The mini tea baggers take down Pleasanton Schools again. Schools & Kids, posted by bill, a resident of the Amador Estates neighborhood, on May 5, 2011 at 7:46 pm
Well congrats to the anti measure E group again for defeating a $98 a year parcel tax in our rich and safe community. As a parent I can see how your egressive committee won such a sweet victory over kids and teachers. I bet you are all very christian and, by your actions, really follow the teachings regarding your fellow man. Your victory stopped those bad teacher guys from getting raises and punishes them for having it so good! With such a large sum taken out or our wallets I feel good you saved me from going broke. Now with that $98 I can play eighteen holes of golf, or eat our at least once in down town Pleasanton. I can buy a tank of gas to make it to the wine country and on the way wave at an unemployed teacher walking on the side of the road. Or visit one in the mental ward due to having larger class sizes or for losing their job and house. Good work you crazy WASPS for taking down such a dangerous system again. We all know that Pleasanton schools are failures, dangerous and let our kids down at every turn. Good point you made! Crazy is what crazy does!
Posted by curious, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on May 5, 2011 at 8:13 pm
I was going to report the above comment as objectionable but I think its better that Bill tells us what he really thinks ( or maybe feels...not sure any thinking happening in bill). I do feel sorry for you too that you'd give yourself permission to post what you wrote.
Posted by UnPleasanton, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on May 5, 2011 at 8:42 pm
Yet the "winners" of Measure E are free to post their sickening insults, lies, and smug comments by the hundreds since the election, and all day long! Ah, the private sector, hard at work, such class they are showing by the hour. Their words speak for themselves, although above reproach, since they are the only right ones here.