We should work to ensure that the available spots are accorded to those who most deserve them.
Sometimes it’s not what you know, but what you are uncertain of that ends up mattering most. Perhaps that’s the greater lesson from Heisenberg.
So there we have it. Another fiscal cliff narrowly averted, another 11th hour deal— a Band-Aid on an open wound, and a two-week long government shutdown that cost taxpayers billions and benefited no one. Is this how democracy was really meant to function?
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