And WHO but those 400 Boro Alumni protesters writing to the DDN "pulled the school board president, Kelly Kohls, off the ballot" for November re-election to continue "the good work of<quoted text>
I am? Pray tell? I'm not all twisted up and not even sure why this is an issue.
The bottom line is simple:
If you read closely enough you'll realize we are in agreement. All I said was I don't think it was prudent to get all twisted up over Mr. Weideman's comments calling for a little civility towards Lisa Babb. I'm not a fan of hers, but there is no real reason to get down in the gutter with them. That's all. I think we are on the same side here.:-D
Agreed, thanks to the good work of Kelly Kohls, Rigano and Petroni.
And who is going to "pull them from the ballot?" No one is going to pull anyone from a ballot. The best way to beat them is to be positive, point out objective reasons to vote for other candidates, donate to those candidates, volunteer to help those candidates with signs, meetings, fliers, etc. There is no problem, IMHO, to point out the flaws or reasons other candidates should not get your vote, but to simply smear them in personal attacks will never win you an election.
our children's first budgeting BOE majority?"
Without Kelly Kohls standing with taxpayers at the polls in November, there's not a chance that "being positive" about re-instating Malone is a winning agenda for Springboro parents. Taxpayers remember what happened in March 2012 when the BOE majority "gave in to community wide emotionalism" and "re-instated Ron Malone" and the BOE president proclaimed that NOW we can all get back to "business as usual."