“Senator, I want milk, not meat”
Howard University student Keenan Glover needs help. He needs his iPhone to read his speech—call it the poor man’s teleprompter—and he needs government to fund his education.
Assuming Glover agrees with MSNBC, he likely also wants the government (funded by the proverbial “they”, that is, someone else) to pay for not just his education but for his housing, health care, and meals. After all, why just stop with education?
Here in the real world, it’s known that goals, without the work to make those goals happen, is fantasy.
And Keenan: “I’m a dollar sign with a heartbeat in this nation.” What is that supposed to mean? (Other than teleprompter fail?)