Why does the educrat establishment come off to the general public sounding more and more like spoiled children who can never be satisfied with the latest toy sensation? Perhaps it's because of comments posited from the likes of Ron Haskins, senior fellow and co-director of the Center on Children and Families at the  Brookings Institution, a liberal D.C. think tank. He was the keynote speaker yesterday in Richmond at something called the Early Childhood Public Engagement Summit — Virginia's first, mind you; a "summit" not of heads of state meaning it's a meeting of people who think they are important. Mr. Haskins, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, said this, after acknowledging the United States spends $26.1 billion per year on day-care and pre-school education programs.

"It's not like we don't have anything to work with. But still, we need more." (Emphasis added.)

If it's not for one education program, it's for another. In this case, for more pre-K, which is the new educrat rage. More, more, more! When will it ever stop? Like the whiny child, perhaps the educrat need to get sent to their room with no TV, no toys but with a good book to read. Perhaps something like Milton Friedman's Free To Choose . . . but for modern concessions, we'll allow them, and encourage you, to watch this: