I find Mrs. Hurley's points on topic and logically presented. It is only those to whom she poses these questions that find them annoying and uncomfortable. This feeling on the part of the recipients is most likely caused by knowing she is right in her analysis and they have nothing with which to refute her point of contention.<quoted text>
Just imagine the potential positive differences for our kids that could be achieved if a lot more time is used to positivively vocalize these types of points in the board room vs. the practice of HURLing virtually non-stop, nonsensical, redundant, aimless internet political propoganda.
Bravo Mrs. Hurley for your intestinal fortitude and persistent manner, if they don't answer the question the first time, you need to ask it again. If they don't answer the question fully, there is always the follow up question to clarify the issue.
The truth is neither political or propaganda, it is simply an honest statement of fact.