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Voters soundly defeat Columbus school levy

There are 7 comments on the The Columbus Dispatch story from Nov 5, 2013, titled Voters soundly defeat Columbus school levy. In it, The Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Jeff Mackey, right, watches election results trickle in as a crowd begins to gather during the Franklin County Democratic Party get-together at the Hilton in downtown Columbus Tuesday night.

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They cannot kill a Spook

Detroit, MI

#1 Nov 6, 2013
But uet they re-elected the parasites to.city council. Had the parasites been tossed out Mikey Manhood Coleman might have gone full apeshit on the news.
Oliver Canterberry

Columbus, OH

#2 Nov 6, 2013
Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

It is time for Coleman to go.

The 24% property tax increase was pure insanity. Coleman's management style is to grab for more and more power, more and more money.

However we who carry the burden like Atlas must remain vigilant.

One key reason for the failure of the vote was that Black turnout was nil as ghetto types only vote when they are bused to and from the polls by Black churches or labor unions. Left to themselves, typical Blacks / Browns lack the self discipline to vote, thus the constant efforts to require less and less from Blacks and Browns who consume the vast majority of the benefits of high taxes yet pay next to nothing with the exception of the Lottery.

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#3 Nov 6, 2013
This was an annihilation of a vote, though mostly because the far-left of Columbus was more angry about money going to charters.
hey Black Nappy

Columbus, OH

#4 Nov 6, 2013
Actually, folks are starting to act on the Race Realism sweeping the country. The fact that whites and other peoples have successfully educated their young for centuries can no longer be obscured. No need to throw money after piles of money into a sh^thole system that CANNOT and WILL NOT correct itself.

Those for the levy rip-off asked for trust! What do those sodomites think we've been giving them for decades?
Rob W

Dublin, OH

#5 Nov 6, 2013
Isn't it "odd" the local media coverage was so uncritical, and in exit, their summary articles pared down to a contrite "not trusted", or removed (like this one).

I would like a lot more retrospective journalism on this election. For instance, why was 2.5 million spent under the guidance of local corporate interests?

And why was the sum of that campaign money spent to whitewash the contents of the issues?

Where were the local journalists, anyway? Did anyone actually buy into the notion of an "independent" auditor working for the people they're supposed to be auditing?

And why were they constantly throwing out '300/100k' on the campaign trail when it was a total of '900/100k'?

Sorry this election just left a serious rank in the room.
They cannot kill a Spook

Detroit, MI

#6 Nov 6, 2013
Rob W wrote:
Isn't it "odd" the local media coverage was so uncritical, and in exit, their summary articles pared down to a contrite "not trusted", or removed (like this one).
I would like a lot more retrospective journalism on this election. For instance, why was 2.5 million spent under the guidance of local corporate interests?
And why was the sum of that campaign money spent to whitewash the contents of the issues?
Where were the local journalists, anyway? Did anyone actually buy into the notion of an "independent" auditor working for the people they're supposed to be auditing?
And why were they constantly throwing out '300/100k' on the campaign trail when it was a total of '900/100k'?
Sorry this election just left a serious rank in the room.
Good points
It seems that the local news including the.wolfes of 10tv and the dispatch have their heads so far up Coleman's ass they can see the back of his front teeth.

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#7 Nov 6, 2013
Rob W wrote:
Isn't it "odd" the local media coverage was so uncritical, and in exit, their summary articles pared down to a contrite "not trusted", or removed (like this one).
I would like a lot more retrospective journalism on this election. For instance, why was 2.5 million spent under the guidance of local corporate interests?
And why was the sum of that campaign money spent to whitewash the contents of the issues?
Where were the local journalists, anyway? Did anyone actually buy into the notion of an "independent" auditor working for the people they're supposed to be auditing?
And why were they constantly throwing out '300/100k' on the campaign trail when it was a total of '900/100k'?
Sorry this election just left a serious rank in the room.
The point was to flush money down into the slush fund.

Unions, bureaucrats, Coleman, "charters"

But the people voted the three Democrat incumbents back to City Council. So they deserve what they get, IMO.

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