Tuesday, October 03, 2006


Help Wanted

Let's see now, what jobs are there that require no education or training? We're talking here of jobs that pay very well, but require no professional qualifications, certification, or job experience. A high degree of ideological commitment, however, is not only desirable, but required.

Well, the Iraq Coalition Provisional Authority used to be a goldmine of such jobs but, alas, it is no more. Certainly, FEMA, in the golden days before Katrina was such a place, but the good times are gone there, too. Although, come to think of it, Katrina reconstruction might be Iraq without the IEDs. Who knows, it might be worth checking into.

Then there's Kansas Education Commissioner. However, that's just one job and it's already filled by Bob "Heckuva Job" Corkins. Come January, that one's gone, too.

So as a public service to that small but dedicated corps of job hunters who hate big government but plan to make a career there nevertheless, Red State Rabble wants to provide a link to a this jewel of a job opening:

Kentucky Education Commissioner Gene Wilhoit is leaving the job. Kentucky Gov. Ernie Fletcher thinks the state's schools should teach intelligent design because it is a "self-evident truth."

Even better, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader, Martin Cothran, a senior policy analyst for the Family Foundation of Kentucky, says an objection to teaching intelligent design in schools "should automatically disqualify" any potential commissioner candidate.

This could be a really sweet position. More on the opening here.


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