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Just remember, the only thing we have to fear is fear of those who prey upon us to deceive....
Just remember, the government can cut services off if you don't pay up; endangering your loved ones and your property... be very afraid to say .....
Okay at this point you must be picking up on the irony. Just remember, the only thing we have to fear... Is the government? Seriously? I'm not buying it, all these Reagan quotes that are supposed to convince me that supporting our local firemen makes us less safe, or that supporting local teachers harms education. I think it's clear who is trying to deceive us.

"Every year, an average of 9,200 Americans are murdered by handguns, according to Department of Justice statistics. If the passage of the Brady bill were to result in a reduction of only 10 or 15 percent of those numbers (and it could be a good deal greater), it would be well worth making it the law of the land." (Ronald Reagan)
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Okay at this point you must be picking up on the irony. Just remember, the only thing we have to fear... Is the government? Seriously? I'm not buying it, all these Reagan quotes that are supposed to convince me that supporting our local firemen makes us less safe, or that supporting local teachers harms education. I think it's clear who is trying to deceive us.
"Every year, an average of 9,200 Americans are murdered by handguns, according to Department of Justice statistics. If the passage of the Brady bill were to result in a reduction of only 10 or 15 percent of those numbers (and it could be a good deal greater), it would be well worth making it the law of the land." (Ronald Reagan)
Finally... the ritter reveals himself...

so are you paid to drum up on this blog support for school tax levy to hire public safety officers? Is that the the next plan for the public safety unions to start emotionally blackmailing again... for the children?
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Once again with the 'starve the beast' mentality, which leads me to wonder when this strategy actually works? Don't get me wrong. I understand the need for us to tighten our belts, and that corruption exists at every level (including the fundraising). But what are we actually solving by punishing our teachers?
I'll tell you this much, if you come at every problem with a knife and a threat: "I'm gunna cut you," you're part of the problem.
you ask 'what are we actually solving by punishing our teachers?'

Who is punishing our teachers?

Where is the punishment in offering a teacher opportunity to work in a great school district, doing a job that is loved, with great pay and benefits?

Of course, Springboro teachers are highly valued in our community; but Springboro teachers, like all professionals, cannot demand MORE for their services than their employers (local taxpayers) are willing to pay.

When the union hires in special activists groups to bully and
emotionally blackmail parents and school district voters; then nothing but ill will from the community is gained by the unions.

The local government "union employees" are the the workers who are always threatening to "cut services and hurt our families and children." Guess the only thing to fear is forced unionism which seems to keep union employees pretty hostile against their employers (the taxpayer).

It is human nature when people feel threatened to give up something that we own (like our own money that we earn) that we defend what is ours by just saying NO. So what's the harm in that?
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christopherritter wrote:
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Okay at this point you must be picking up on the irony. Just remember, the only thing we have to fear... Is the government? Seriously? I'm not buying it, all these Reagan quotes that are supposed to convince me that supporting our local firemen makes us less safe, or that supporting local teachers harms education. I think it's clear who is trying to deceive us.
"Every year, an average of 9,200 Americans are murdered by handguns, according to Department of Justice statistics. If the passage of the Brady bill were to result in a reduction of only 10 or 15 percent of those numbers (and it could be a good deal greater), it would be well worth making it the law of the land." (Ronald Reagan)
...you are not buying it? you say....

Seriously, the responsible choice to vote NO to increased taxes is not for sale. So why all the emotional blackmailing for dollars?

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LOL wrote:
so are you paid to drum up on this blog support for school tax levy to hire public safety officers? Is that the the next plan for the public safety unions to start emotionally blackmailing again... for the children?
I don't know if you guys are the same person typing in different names, but the general attitude that people who identify the needs of the community are somehow blackmailing you, or even... what, union plants meant to stir up something I didn't quite follow. Seriously, I don't know what to do with that.

If you are curious to know more about me, I'm a relatively new resident who gets paid to design breakthrough solutions for businesses, and I'm really excited about bringing my personal brand of design thinking to help my community solve its civic problems. The thing is, in business, we tend to come at the problem from completely different perspectives, and those perspectives generally shine light on areas that we hadn't considered before. What those differences do not do is demonize one another and blame them for destroying the company. Well, they probably do on some level, but its generally not the focus of the debate.
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I, too, get tired of hearing about how hard the teachers work. Have you ever been in the school even 1/2 hour after school ends? No teachers. Did they take work home? Poor things, they have to grade papers while sitting on their couch watching Oprah.
They work so hard...So do I, but I go to work every day, get 3 weeks off per year, don't get 2 weeks at Christmas, 1 week in spring, most holidays, and 2 1/2 months in summer.
They could probably work another job if they wanted, but why should they - on top of their meager salaries, they have their supplemental contracts.
And if, God forbid, your child has difficulties, then it is the parent's fault for not helping them more. Or, you could pay one of the teachers to tutor them.
I tell my kids to major in education in college. It's the best thing out there. You won't get CEO pay, but you will have lots of time off.
The above comment was first posted on the blog in November 2008, when the SEA was emotionally blackmailing for dollars, holding our parents hostage over things like busing and increased sports and activities fees...

Same old outdated "collective bargaining" going on FIVE years later, AND five failed levies later... LOL .. guess the tunnel vision of unionism will never see the light .... informed voters will have to turn up the heat ....
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christopherritter wrote:
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Okay at this point you must be picking up on the irony. Just remember, the only thing we have to fear... Is the government? Seriously? I'm not buying it, all these Reagan quotes that are supposed to convince me that supporting our local firemen makes us less safe, or that supporting local teachers harms education. I think it's clear who is trying to deceive us.
"Every year, an average of 9,200 Americans are murdered by handguns, according to Department of Justice statistics. If the passage of the Brady bill were to result in a reduction of only 10 or 15 percent of those numbers (and it could be a good deal greater), it would be well worth making it the law of the land." (Ronald Reagan)
What a silly you are! You talk in circles... let's get to point:

Are you "inhaling" or just blowing smoke?

"I inhaled -- that was the point." (Barack Obama)
-Interview with David Remnick at the American Magazine Conference, October 23, 2006, refering to his teenage
drug use.-

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Straight to the Point wrote:
What a silly you are! You talk in circles... let's get to point:
Are you "inhaling" or just blowing smoke?
This is a prime example of obscuring our view of reality with the fantasies we see on television. THE REALITY IS UNIONS ARE DESTROYING OUR COMMUNITY -- really? What an incredible leap to paint those who serve our communities to be the monsters in our nightmares. How can a bunch of angry townsfolk with pitchforks and burning torches solve... anything?!?

I mean it's no wonder we're facing budget issues, when multinational corporations are writing our laws at the national level, and astroturfing grassroots movements at the state level. I have no idea how much outside money is influencing our local politics, but I'm sure as hell not going to burn down the system in order to root out the profiteers, no sooner than I'll cut off my hands to stop my caloric intake.
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christopherritter wrote:
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This is a prime example of obscuring our view of reality with the fantasies we see on television. THE REALITY IS UNIONS ARE DESTROYING OUR COMMUNITY -- really? What an incredible leap to paint those who serve our communities to be the monsters in our nightmares. How can a bunch of angry townsfolk with pitchforks and burning torches solve... anything?!?
I mean it's no wonder we're facing budget issues, when multinational corporations are writing our laws at the national level, and astroturfing grassroots movements at the state level. I have no idea how much outside money is influencing our local politics, but I'm sure as hell not going to burn down the system in order to root out the profiteers, no sooner than I'll cut off my hands to stop my caloric intake.
My goodness - you silly goose!

Of course, you should never, neither sooner or later, contemplate such extreme radical measures such as you state -- cut off hand to stop caloric intake! Get Real! Why not discipline yourself to just make the Responsible Choice of NO!
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The OEA members are some of the worst people we will ever have to deal with as to radical social behavior; because to the OEA radicals they are at war with the taxpayers.
They have the destruction of America in their minds and they are terrible people because their ideology makes them corrosive. They openly use children to execute their maniacal plans for social progressive changes at the expense of society, and this defines their essence. Wars are won by taking away from the other side the will to continue fighting. The OEA attacks them directly hoping to rob them of their will to stand opposed to the union’s progressive agenda.

The OEA activists have every advantage over taxpayers, the money, the resources, the paid activists and bloggers to wage their war of words against taxpayers.

Don't be deceived by the OEA bully tactics.
Taxpayers will not cave to their emotinal blackmailing for dollars; because responsible taxpayers have the will power to just say NO to the unnecessary evil of MORE money for greed, not need.
have the will ohave a weaof ly
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The OEA members are some of the worst people we will ever have to deal with as to radical social behavior; because to the OEA radicals they are at war with the taxpayers.
They have the destruction of America in their minds and they are terrible people because their ideology makes them corrosive. They openly use children to execute their maniacal plans for social progressive changes at the expense of society, and this defines their essence. Wars are won by taking away from the other side the will to continue fighting. The OEA attacks them directly hoping to rob them of their will to stand opposed to the union’s progressive agenda.

The OEA activists have every advantage over taxpayers, the money, the resources, the paid activists and bloggers to wage their war of words against taxpayers.

Don't be deceived by the OEA bully tactics.
Taxpayers will not cave to their emotinal blackmailing for dollars; because responsible taxpayers have the will power to just say NO to the unnecessary evil of MORE money for greed, not need.

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Seriously, the responsible choice to vote NO to increased taxes is not for sale. So why all the emotional blackmailing for dollars?
Let me strike a raw nerve just to make it crystal clear how easy it is for the fantasy on television to obscure of our community. In the aftermath of Sandy Hook, the Tea Party President of the Board of Education -- AS IF THAT ISN'T PROOF ENOUGH -- recommended to put armed gunmen in the halls of one of the most successful high schools in Ohio, OUR high school! Imagine all the supporters of the Second Amendment recommending Union members to carry loaded weapons around our children.(Reread that sentence until you connect Union members to loaded weapons and our children.) That would NOT have happened, because RONALD REAGAN would not have allowed it!

Let me ask you something: WHO is talking about Blended Learning? Free educational resources are presently available from an endless variety of institutions from Harvard to the Kahn Academy. Nobody is talking about... whatever techno jargon I just babbled... because they're preoccupied with a battle to save their jobs. Listen to me, because we're all in the same boat here. If WE are battling to keep our jobs, our homes, we cannot knock the educational structures out from underneath our community, no matter WHAT horror stories the Tea Party is spreading across the state.

It's your right to vote note, but it's your responsibility to consider your community before the interests of the Tea Party, or the Unions, or whatever special agreement you got lined up with your cronies. I mean, really. We are SO CLOSE to putting together the concepts of Smaller Government to Network Community, I just wish we could take a breather from the national distractions long enough to consider the needs of our community.
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Does the OEA encourage teachers to indoctrinate Ohio’s Kids?
Is the OEA monthly newsletter to teachers posted on public websites?
Do we parents know what our children are learning from teacher unionists, who believe along with the OEA, that teachers should not only be members of a labor union, but also should indoctrinate our children on unionism?

As the OEA dictates teachers in their monthly newsletter,“It’s essential that they not only be teacher unionists, but teachers of unionism. We need to create a generation of students who support teachers and the movements of teachers for their rights.”
How about they focus on just teaching our kids the core skills they will need in math, reading, writing, and science? How about they leave their political ideology and unionism out of the classroom? As the National Assessment of Educational Progress results show, more than half of America’s 8th graders fail basic civics tests. Clearly, our teachers have enough to do already.

The OEA needs to keep its left-wing views outside of the classroom and its hands off our kids’ curriculum. This type of indoctrination isn’t a surprise coming from a group with a leader who once boldly admitted it was more concerned with getting more power than the best interest of our kids.
From the persepctive of the OEA, education is all about the MONEY and greed for power and
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The hero of the OEA–Saul Alinsky described his plans in 1972 to begin to organize the white middle class across America. The necessity of that project became his book Rules for Radicals which Vicki and the OEA unions certainly gobbled up nearly word for word in their activist practices. Alinsky believed that what President Richard Nixon and Vice-President Spiro Agnew called “The Silent Majority” was living in frustration and despair, worried about their future, and were ripe for a turn to radical social change. Alinsky desired to create social mechanisms to entice The Silent Majority into becoming politically active citizens. Even if Vicki Villamagna does not have Rules for Radicals on her book shelf, she has been taught the concepts instructed in that book under different names by her labor union—who widely adopted Alisnky as their prophet for radical change in America. This is what progressive labor unions have done in our public schools, and what their part in the “WAR” is all about. Saul Alinsky feared that the middle class could be driven to a right-wing viewpoint if progressives failed in their task,“making them ripe for the plucking by some guy on horseback promising a return to the vanished verities of yesterday.

If you want to learn more about the strategy of community activists, the check out
Rules for Radicals at the public library. Alinsky’s techniques and teachings influenced generatins of community and labor organizers, inlcuding the church-based group hiring a yound (Barak) Obama to work on Chicago’s South Side in the 1980s…
Alinsky impressed a young (Hillary) Clinton, who was growing up in Park Ridge at the time Alinsky was the director of the Industrial Areas Foundation in Chicago.”
-Chicago Sun-Times

Lest we forget at least an over-the shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical; from all our legends, mythology leaves off and history begins-or which iw which), the first radical known to man who rebelled against the estrblishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom—Lucifer.
-Saul Alinsky
8 Nov 2008

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I think we have a situation of "the grass looks greener on the other side" when it's actually pretty muddy on both sides. I know I would not want to teach a classroom full of kids all day to go home to my own kids and housework at night. I'm sure most teachers wouldn't want my job either especially since I don't even earn a paycheck! Teachers want decent paychecks and so do assembly line workers. The problem is, we have created and allowed a system where the teachers depend mostly on property owners for their paychecks, and property owners are losing assembly line jobs (and many other types of jobs!) and can't provide the same kind of support as in the past. We've got a system in our country that is crumbling from the very top and falling down into our every day lives. We have banks and auto manufacturers failing, and it's filtering down to us here in Springboro. The days of "guaranteed money" are coming and/or have come to an end for many, but I think there are still a lot of people who don't understand it or who haven't been affected yet. We will either need to pull together as a community to pool ideas and resources or sit back and deal with it as well as we can individually, but I personally feel like this is the beginning of the end for many publicly funded systems.
Can you believe these timely comments from FIVE years ago?
This was in response to the SEA demanding a "band-aide" for their sickness of no appreciation of just how a-m-a-z-i-n-g-l-y
g-o-o-d they have it, employed in our schools with job security, good wages and great benefits.

This was during the bad old day of the continuous stream of emotionally blackmailing levies. Remember when Lisa Babb was "stalking" neighbors who were out shopping, and then reporting to the DDN that "voters needed to get their priorities in place and vote for increased taxes instead of buying food? How greedy is that?

Those were the bad old days when Lisa Babb reminded parents in our school district that increasing our teachers compensation/benefits package should take priority over busing our school children to class.

Remember when Lisa Babb campaigned through our neighborhoods in 2011 with her rallying cry "Babb for Boro Teachers First" falsely accusing our "children first" school board candidates of having no respect for teachers?

Can you believe that here we are ...five years later...
and Lisa Babb is still rallying through our community, arm in arm, all tied up in big red ribbons with Springboro parent and professional radical extremist David Bowman....doing business as usual, falsely accusing our board members of having no respect!
Can you believe that social studies teacher, Gail Dauber, has joined with David Bowman and Lisa Babb in their protest against school board authority and Springboro taxpayers again, still falsely accusing and vowing to vote for revenge?

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8 Nov 2008 wrote:
Can you believe that here we are ...five years later...
and Lisa Babb is still rallying through our community, arm in arm, all tied up in big red ribbons with Springboro parent and professional radical extremist David Bowman....doing business as usual, falsely accusing our board members of having no respect!
Those aren't prophesies from the past, those are the same exact people who refuse to pay for quality education in our communities. You want to know WHAT WE GOT for our money?

Five Warren County high schools are some of the best in the nation according to U.S. News and World Report.
The magazine evaluated more than 21,000 schools in 49 states and the District of Columbia and placed Kings, Mason, Lebanon, Waynesville and Springboro high schools in the top tiers of all high schools nationwide – earning each district a silver medal status.

Each year “U.S. News and World Report” ranks the top high schools in the country. The magazine teamed with the Washington D.C.-based American Institutes for Research to review 21,035 U.S. public high schools, including 892 in Ohio.

Springboro High School Principal Ron Malone said the school “uses data analysis to evaluate the effectiveness of our instructional practices and the strategies we employ to make our curriculum more rigorous.” The result has been consistent improvement in the quality of instruction and student achievement over the past decade.

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No OEA Indoctrination wrote:
Alinsky believed that what President Richard Nixon and Vice-President Spiro Agnew called “The Silent Majority” was living in frustration and despair, worried about their future, and were ripe for a turn to radical social change. Alinsky desired to create social mechanisms to entice The Silent Majority into becoming politically active citizens.
What... is this? So we have people in our community who believe that politically active citizens are the enemy? Many of us are living in despair, worried about our future, and have an accredited college right down the street that could teach us the skills we need to compete in the 21st century, and more local farmers than it would take to create a community market bigger than all the Kroger's combined. I too share the desire to create social mechanisms which would connect people's wants and needs to the skills and resources in our community, but that doesn't make me a devotee of Alinsky, nor anyone else who fits into your paranoid worldview.
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Those aren't prophesies from the past, those are the same exact people who refuse to pay for quality education in our communities. You want to know WHAT WE GOT for our money?
Five Warren County high schools are some of the best in the nation according to U.S. News and World Report.
The magazine evaluated more than 21,000 schools in 49 states and the District of Columbia and placed Kings, Mason, Lebanon, Waynesville and Springboro high schools in the top tiers of all high schools nationwide – earning each district a silver medal status.
Each year “U.S. News and World Report” ranks the top high schools in the country. The magazine teamed with the Washington D.C.-based American Institutes for Research to review 21,035 U.S. public high schools, including 892 in Ohio.
Springboro High School Principal Ron Malone said the school “uses data analysis to evaluate the effectiveness of our instructional practices and the strategies we employ to make our curriculum more rigorous.” The result has been consistent improvement in the quality of instruction and student achievement over the past decade.
We Are Successful! Thanks to Our Springboro Taxpayers and their elected officials, our Board of Education representatives!
Without this strong team supporting our school district staff and our teachers and students, our Springboro High School could not have received this national recognition!

Congratulations to our Students,Staff and Our Springboro Board of Education Representatives!

As reported in the E-Boro Newsletter:

US News and World Report recently named Springboro High School 97th in the top 100 high schools in Ohio.
The magazine looked at more than 21,000 high schools, and 234 Ohio high schools made the national ranking.
Congratulations to our SHS staff and students!
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Inquiring minds are now asking if the latest red ribbon "support our teachers" campaign is not symbolism over substance. Are there any among our parents and community members who do not support our teachers?
We can all rally the red in support of our teacher’s rights to negotiate themselves A Fair Day's Pay For A Fair Day's Work;
But, can we all support the “status quo business as usual” old, outdated teachers union rights to walk out on our children's classroom education?
Why not add a white ribbon in support of our students' rights to receive a quality education, while keeping the costs of that education affordable for Springboro parents and taxpaying homeowners?
Red and white ribbons showing strong support for our teachers and children are made strongest by adding a blue ribbon of support for our school board representatives, school district administrative staff, and school district taxpayers? Can our community as a whole support our teachers and staff separate from support of our school district taxpayers and their elected officials?
Why not rally for the unity of red, white, and blue supporting substance over symbolism? Let's all rally in support of ALL working together to ensure that the children of the Springboro community receive an excellent education while keeping the costs of that education affordable, by carefully adhering to responsible spending!

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I don't know if you guys are the same person typing in different names, but the general attitude that people who identify the needs of the community are somehow blackmailing you, or even... what, union plants meant to stir up something I didn't quite follow. Seriously, I don't know what to do with that.
If you are curious to know more about me, I'm a relatively new resident who gets paid to design breakthrough solutions for businesses, and I'm really excited about bringing my personal brand of design thinking to help my community solve its civic problems. The thing is, in business, we tend to come at the problem from completely different perspectives, and those perspectives generally shine light on areas that we hadn't considered before. What those differences do not do is demonize one another and blame them for destroying the company. Well, they probably do on some level, but its generally not the focus of the debate.
Seriously, cristopherritter....

Why not keep it Simple and Honest? Stop your Emotional Blackmailing for dollars; Get a decent job serving community members french fries and burgers, instead of your dis-service of anger and hostility against Springboro parents and our childlren's future education in Springboro schools.
Our school district parents, like David Bowman and Lisa Babb, who join forces with Springboro school staff, like Gail Dauber, and "go about boro doing badd babb for boro stuff is not "civic innovative designing."
It is just the same old OEA/SEA politics of personal distruction,
launched against Springboro taxpayers, in efforts to discredit character of our elected reform-minded board of education representatives.
It is just the same old OEA/SEA politics of personal destruction, launched against Springboro taxpayers (who are the ones financially responsible for stuffing the mouths of our SEA members.) This OEA/SEA war of words, attack local taxpayers, in efforts to distract from the success being made by our children first budgeting success. Inquiring minds are now asking, Are Springboro taxpayers getting the most bang for our bucks from the Springboro Education Assocication members?

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