A Tiny Revolution
A nursing home aide earning minimum wage caring for Alzheimer’s patients is an unskilled laborer. A grade school teacher pulling down $25,000 a year in a crumbling inner-city school is barely a professional. But a politician reaping power, pay, perks and retirement packages is a public servant.
Calling George W. Bush and Jesse Helms “public servants” is like calling Iran-contra criminal Elliott Abrams an “outstanding diplomat”—which is precisely what White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer did when he announced Abrams’ appointment as senior director of the National Security Council’s Office for Democracy, Human Rights and International Operations. Fleischer conveyed Bush’s faith-based assertion that Abrams is “the best person to do the job,” which, happily for the appointee, does not require Senate confirmation.
For those who don’t remember, Abrams was one of the most odious participants in a particularly shameful chapter of U.S. history. In the ’80s, he was Ronald Reagan’s assistant secretary of state for human rights and humanitarian affairs and later the assistant secretary of state for inter-American affairs. In that post, Abrams, in his own words, “supervised U.S. policy in Latin America and the Caribbean.”
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