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.
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.
Parents of Rockwall ISD, is this what you want, your children FORCED into a career path not of their choosing? Should Rockwall ISD "weed out students that are less likely to finish high school or go to college"? Vote No (En Contra) on the Rockwall ISD quarter-billion-dollar bond proposition.
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.
Regarding this 2015 RISD quarter-billion-dollar bond election, imagine, if you will, a different outcome for America, if Abraham Lincoln had been molded to fit a job, instead of shaped to govern a country.
I join with Superintendent Bailey to chant, "We're number 77! We're number 77! We're number 77!" Gosh! Just think, in a couple years perhaps we can boast "We're number 125! We're number 125! We're number 125!" as we lay off teachers and staff to balance the budget. Got to pay off those bonds, don't you know.
I encourage Rockwall and Heath voters to vote Against (En Contra) this half-billion-dollar bond election and here what you need to know.
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