1) Doesn't answer the question, nice deflection.<quoted text>
"Members of the public should ask the members of the education establishment a simple question:
When is the last time that you, or the organizations that represent you in Columbus, ever advocated for something that benefits students but also resulted in less money or power for your constituency?"
School boards, administrators, superintendents, treasurers, teachers' unions and every kind of specialty group have someone advocating on behalf of their group of adults and vested interests.
The only time they work together is to stop or delay change or to demand more money with no explanation of how they account for new or existing money.
-from website article written by Thomas W. Gunlock
2) I wonder if he is a "true conservative" and worked on Labor Day instead of taking advantage of the union controlled holiday!
3) Of course he never advocates for his special interest....does he........