I'm just wondering.
I know that the President traveled to Rochester, New York for a photo op with Jason McElwain, the 17-year-old with autism who scored 20 points in four minutes of play during a high school basketball game.
Will he also make the trip to Portland, Oregon to stand before the cameras with Jared Guinther, the 18-year-old with autism who has been recruited by the Army to fill their most dangerous job, cavalry scout?
I mean, it's only fair.
After all, Jason McElwain achieved success in inclusion classrooms and public education despite the policies and priorities of the Bush administration.
But Jared Guinther is preparing to report for basic training in August because of them.