REPULSED by the Measure E Wording on the Ballot
Original post made by Dana on Apr 23, 2011
With ultra-biased wording on ballot measures like the Measure E ballot, it is very likely to persuade the uninformed to vote 'yes.'
The very biased wording states...
"To protect local schools from State budget cuts, provide local funding that cannot be taken away by the State, and proserv quality eucation by:
- emphasizing core adacemic instruction in math, science and reading,
- attracting and retaining highly-qualified teachers,
- supporting specialized science and reading instruction,
- supporting school libraries, and
- minimizing class sice increases,
shall Pleasanton Unified school District levy '$98 per parcel annually for fourn years, with a senior exemption, independent oversidht and no money for administrators' salaries?"
Apparently whomever wrote this is extremely in favor of this measure passing.
Had the author been against the measure ... like I am... the disadvantages of pouring more and more money into what I perceive as a broken system could have been highlighted.
Public school systems are insatiable sponges for your tax dollars. There is NEVER enough and there false reasoning is that it is ALWAYS for the benefit of the kids!!!" THAT IS A COMPLETE CROCK OF BULL.
Do NOT be fooled by this biased wording on Measure E.
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