And just how many signatures on petitions did our BOE president collect for Mr. A?<quoted text>
Since you obviously are at least proficient in math, listen carefully to a sweeter version of election results. Maybe it will
make the truth that Mr. Malone is only Number Two a little easier to swallow.
Alls Ima Sayin is that "If everybody that voted for retired educator, Mr. Malone, on November 5th, brought PrinciPAL Ron a Donut; then Mr. Malone would have a total of 5673 donuts; And if everybody that voted for community business man, Charles Anderson, brought Mr.Anderson a donut, then Mr. Anderson would have a total of 6086 donuts, which is Number One the sweetest place on the ballot, over Mr. Malones Number Two place. Number Two just has to
try harder; not sure that Mr. Malone can FIT his past experience into the challeges that lie ahead, with his PROVEN past employment record of keeping our kids behind.
Also according to the ES website:
"The 2013 Board of Education campaign is taking shape in Springboro, and there is a clear theme emerging from three of the candidates. The opposition’s run for school board seems to be fueled by fear. It is dark and angry — promising to bring calm to a storm. "
Wonder what 3 candidates they are talking about?
Of course you can also find the following: "While the Board of Education has made missteps in the past year and a half, they were made in a public and transparent fashion."
ES admitting the current board had "missteps" (it is stated several times on their site).
Can't overlook "And for those of us who enjoy politics and government, it is the only time of year when our communities engage in truly open debate." Considering only 3 candidates showed up for the debates. So maybe they should have stated "it is the only time of year when our communities (minus 2) engage in truly open debate."
So basically even on the ES website one can see the schizophrenia that the posters have. One minute bashing "three candidates" and then all of a sudden embrasing one of them.
And they wonder why the community doesn't trust them.