Boyertown Area School District Need M...

Boyertown Area School District Need Make Necessary Cuts!

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Clay Leister

Boyertown, PA

#1 May 1, 2011
Boyertown Area School District is looking at school board candidates Barbara Hartford, Steve Elsier, Donna Usavage, and Ron Christman who are all working to sustain the status quo by any means possible-even if it means raising the tax upon a majority of people living upon a fixed income and no longer able to contribute and survive in their homes.
Our economic condition will be with us for a decade or more changing everyone’s life two or three decades into the future.
Therefore, it is best that we make the drastic cuts now within the Boyertown Area School District to allow everyone to survive the tough economic times; and, that we not sustain the inevitable at the expense of our senior residents making them a burden upon our society too. In fact, our senior citizens have already relinquished too much wealth to sustain a failing U.S. Economy.
Therefore, in recognition of our failing United States Economy, it is absolutely imperative that ALL members of our school board recognize what has to be done for everyone’s economic survival.
Recognition of what need be done NOW will save us unnecessary heartache in future years while still providing an adequate education for our students.
Sincerely,
Clayton M. Leister
Brad

United States

#2 May 3, 2011
Schools have become way too fat. Too many programs, too many administrators, and too many over compensated employees in general. You raise my taxes any more and I will leave.
SaveourWORLD

Pottstown, PA

#3 May 4, 2011
@ Brad
YOU LIVE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE!

SAVE OUR FUTURES!
Brad

United States

#4 May 5, 2011
No, I live right here in hillbillyville like you.
TimeTo Go

United States

#5 May 9, 2011
Clay Leister wrote:
Boyertown Area School District is looking at school board candidates Barbara Hartford, Steve Elsier, Donna Usavage, and Ron Christman who are all working to sustain the status quo by any means possible-even if it means raising the tax upon a majority of people living upon a fixed income and no longer able to contribute and survive in their homes.
Our economic condition will be with us for a decade or more changing everyone’s life two or three decades into the future.
Therefore, it is best that we make the drastic cuts now within the Boyertown Area School District to allow everyone to survive the tough economic times; and, that we not sustain the inevitable at the expense of our senior residents making them a burden upon our society too. In fact, our senior citizens have already relinquished too much wealth to sustain a failing U.S. Economy.
Therefore, in recognition of our failing United States Economy, it is absolutely imperative that ALL members of our school board recognize what has to be done for everyone’s economic survival.
Recognition of what need be done NOW will save us unnecessary heartache in future years while still providing an adequate education for our students.
Sincerely,
Clayton M. Leister
Sounds like it's time for you to head to a retirement home old timer. We love our kids and will drain your bank account to get them a good education.

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