While it may be your personal opinion that "2/3 of which have wasted tons of PUBLICALLY FUNDED school board time in an unsuccessful attempt to plug a (very poorly disguised) creationism class into this district's curriculum" there is NO evidence nor facts to prove your criticism; there is PROOF that you are NOT telling the TRUTH in the minutes of our BOE meetings. There is<quoted text>
Obviously you have litte to do with your time but peck around at your keyboard, incessantly posting about the merits of Kohls, Petroni and Rigano. You are continuously on record as fully supporting these board members, 2/3 of which have wasted tons of PUBLICALLY FUNDED school board time in an unsuccessful attempt to plug a (very poorly disguised) creationism class into this district's curriculum.
"Millions of innocent men, women, and children, since the introduction of Christianity, have benn burnt, tortured, fined, and imprisoned; yet we have not advanced one inch toward uniformity. What has been the effect of coercion? To make one-half the world fools and the other half hypocrites."
Notes on Virginia
NO evidence that our current board members have attempted to plug a creationism class into this district's curriculum; and there is NO evidence that our current board members have wasted tons of publically funded school board time. Our school board members get the same small token of dollars for each school board meeting, whether that meeting takes One hour of Time or Six hours of time.
Truth is, Your small minded accusations are simply false.
Your attempts to distort community discussions on an open school board agenda item is nothing except your FEAR of differing opinions and your desire to keep all fresh new ideas out of our board room discussions.
My Personal Opinion is that No objections at All would have been raised in the board room over the community study of the Constitution, IF the board had offered our own union teachers a
big fat supplemental contract to teach the course themselves.
That's what this argument against any "outsiders" intruding into the union halls of solidarity in our taxpayer funded public school facilities. It's all about the paranoia of the union teachers and their "suspicions" of the "outsiders" who may be trying "take MONEY" out of their hallowed hall of our public schools.