> > "You know, if there was any piece of legislation that I could > > pass, it would be to blow up colleges of education." > > >Your model Mr Reid Lyon is someone who was appointed to his >influential position by GW Bush?
At least indirectly, yes.
> (Who is, as we know, the man who succeeded in blowing up most of > Iraq and Afghanistan
Now there is a logical relevancy! Since you appear to be having difficulty with common US usage of English this is called "sarcasm"
>Instead of such monstrously destructive models,
Instead of "model", this is called "hyperbole" "an extravagant statement or figure of speech not intended to be taken literally."
> why not try a constructive model: > >Gathering and EFFECTIVELY acting on the wisdom that is available, >I'm certain, from many sources in your nation, as my posting had suggested? > >Do you find the 'blowing up' of things to be more appealing to you >than the careful construction of things; better than the >remediation of the things that are wrong in society? I believe >this is not an uncommon syndrome.
Relevant would be the aphorism, "You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs." If you're having trouble with this as well, it is neither about omelettes nor eggs.