We are at the final showdown for our March Madness bracket, and all the private school sissy-boys have been kicked to the curb. Apparently, you can’t buy your way into a moral or ethical principle. Only the state can inculcate you into virtue.
For the first time, I think ever or at least as long as I’ve been here, in an ATL contest of law schools, the final battle is between two state schools. And it happens in our contest about honesty and ethics. I guess there’s a lot of truth that comes out after a long round of flip-cup….
Here are the brackets:
You know, I look at these two schools and I think is a victory for the government. Everywhere in America, you can find some person harshing on the government, talking about how it doesn’t work, talking about how it’s corrupt. But here are two state schools, and the readers are saying these graduates have an ethical core. That’s government work, baby, and it’s not all bad.
As between these two schools. I mean, all I can say is:
Voting closes on Sunday, April 1st, at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern time).
Which law school is more honest?
- Michigan (53%, 660 Votes)
- Berkeley (47%, 574 Votes)
Total Voters: 1,234