Oh, Come On

Unbelievable.

Maynard also accused school board members of “a dereliction of duty” because—incredibly enough—they didn’t seek legal advice on whether their actions could expose Metro to a lawsuit.

I honestly do not mind if my tax dollars go towards education.  I’m not one of those folks who’s all “Well, I don’t have kids so I don’t want to have to pay for them to go to school.”  I’m a part of the community.  I’ll pitch in.

But Christ on a Cross!  You didn’t bother to seek legal advice about whether your rezoning efforts might waste my money on a lawsuit when any damn fool with two eyes could see there would be trouble?!

Damn.

Aren’t smarts a requirement for running for School Board?

12 thoughts on “Oh, Come On

  1. Aren’t most school boards elected? That would make them political, so no smarts are necessarily involved. In the event that a school board is made up of otherwise intelligent people, all bets are off once that ol’ American religion kicks in.

    (That religion being Negrophobia, of course.)

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  3. Of course you don’t mind.

    A) From reading you, you don’t make enough to pay all that much in taxes anyway, so how very benevolent of you.

    B) You’re a commie.

  4. Smarts are generally a detriment to anything in the public eye these days. They make you elitist. Or make you think you know more about something than everyone else.

  5. The number of school boards around the country who omit to investigate what the lawsuits will cost them when the schools start teaching creationism is also remarkable.

  6. I know, I know. You just hang out here in hopes that “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need” applies to smooches as well.

  7. I don’t even know you, as it seems other posters do, but you do seem to have a firm grip on the obvious.

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