HomePoliticsThose Who Can, Do… Those Who Can, Do… Kevin January 13, 2005 Politics 8 Comments Those who can’t, teach. Former Kerry Adviser Shrum To Teach At NYU In case you were keeping score, Shrum’s worked on 8 presidential campaigns – and lost every time. The prospects for the next generation of Democrats keep getting dimmer… Weekend Caption Contest™ Winners CBS And Law Firm Alter Report Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditEmailMoreLinkedInPinterestPrintTumblrPocket Related Posts Conyers' Impeachment Roadmap News Flash: Lyndon Johnson, J. Edgar Hoover, Richard Nixon still dead Our Next Commander in Chief About The Author Kevin Kevin founded Wizbang in 2003. He still contributes occasionally and handles all the technical and design work for the site. 8 Comments Big Bang Hunter January 13, 2005 – No doubt his course will be titled…”100 ways to lose 8 major elections in a row” 301…. chattr January 14, 2005 He wants a legacy … someone to carry on And you light up my life You give me hope To carry on You light up my days And fill my nights with song Rightwingsparkle January 14, 2005 Well, they really need some sort of democratic voice at NYU, don’t they? Flea January 14, 2005 Those who can’t teach, teach teachers. -S- January 14, 2005 If we all had dollars for every person who needs a captive audience and a salary without the possibility of being fired, easily if at all, and who never gave teaching as a profession a second glance before having to teach, we’d all be rich and classroom free. Which explains why so many liberals resort to lecturing, err, “teaching”: all they have to do is equate questions with failure and their paradigms are complete. Dan Spencer, California Yankee January 14, 2005 I agree you wouldn’t want Shrum to run a presidential campaign, but he did serve as an adviser on 26 winning Senate campaigns. Thomas Hazlewood January 14, 2005 Is this the same Shrum that just joined that balmy senator’s staff? (the one that closed down his office because of his fear of terrorist attack) Ken January 15, 2005 How did Columbia’s journalism school miss this guy.