We passed the 229-year 'mile marker' with over 18 trillion dollars national debt. Social Security and Medicare will go broke, if government spending is left unchecked. Is it not time to do something?
Are we paying attention to local debt? A former mayor acknowledged the last economic recession was negatively affecting the country, saying, "We are in the crow's nest." My response then: Yes, and when the Titanic sank, its crow's nest followed all the way to the bottom of the sea.
18 trillion dollars - how can I understand the magnitude of national funded debt?
Take-it-or-leave-it is not a choice. Choices inherently involve two or more items. I urge you to vote AGAINST the 2015 Rockwall ISD bond proposition which should come back next year with CHOICES for which we can approve or disapprove.
Is the Rockwall ISD administration trying to 'out debt' Barack Obama? If more government debt is good, then ObamaCare is the best thing ever to come along.
Just imagine a school superintendent who believes he should be a "good steward" of taxpayer dollars. Why I voted Against (En Contra) the Rockwall ISD 2015 Bond Proposition.
I voted Against (En Contra) the school bond proposition, because I believe we taxpayers are owed choices. One is not a choice. This bond election should have been structured with accountability and CHOICES.
Rockwall ISD has the highest debt/student of nine other similarly sized school districts. Our indebtedness is almost twice the other nine. I urge you to vote Against (En Contra) the 2015 Rockwall ISD bond proposition.
Rockwall ISD resorts to a SHAME GAME to get bond election signs on to neighborhood yards.
I urge Rockwall ISD voters to vote Against (En Contra) this record bond proposition. In the world of accountability this election should come back next year to a fully-informed body of voters.