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Posted Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Siler City, NC - Randy V0ller's demanding letter to Board of Education chairman David Hamm is so ridiculous. Rando is assuming liberties not provided to him as simply ‘chair’ of the CCDP. Not to tell Mr Hamm how to answer his question, but I suggest not just no, but HELL NO!
It goes to show the level of desperation the Dems have sunk to. Never have been, never will be ‘good losers’. It thrills me to see folks on both sides of the fence choosing to work together for the sake of the children. I guess the three stooges- uh, I mean – Chatham Coalition, along with Kost, Lucier, et al, are in utter turmoil over this. My, my… or better yet – why, why? Reminds me of Sally saying at the forum last Sunday that it was the policies of the previous board that were responsible for the tremendous growth our county is seeing during the new board’s tenure. I got mad. What the…? Preposterous.
A couple of days later I thought about it and realized she is exactly right. The ‘policies’ of that board, the no-growth, anti-business, over-spending mess they created, put the brakes on for so many people, driving us so low for so long, that any least common sense change that the current board brought forward could do nothing but bring about growth, while doing it without raising taxes, and still funding the schools at a level that many richer counties chose not to do in these extraordinary economic times. Marvelous job.!
I think Brian Brian and the gang should try to find an award that they could nominate that old bunch for to show their appreciation for providing them this opportunity to be recognized for outstanding achievement by doing what they said they would do. Works for me. How about you?
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