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July 13, 2011 10:42am
 
BHObama. What in the corn bread heck are you trying to prove with your mindless irrational rambling about Milsap and the new supt? I have never been to Milsap, and I bet $2 you haven't been either. I have never met the new supt, and I bet $2 you haven't either. All you have provide is journalistic garbage.

The size of the district from whence the new supt comes has little bearing on the quality of leadership he will provide. Of course he will move on the a bigger school five or six years from now. That is suppose to happen! We don't want someone to come here and stay forever? That means they are willing to just tread water in order to stay and keep a job, and won't make the tough choices which might build pressure on him to leave. Do we want someone who is just coasting or someone who is going to lead. All you have done with your three articles is show how blatantly stupid you are.
     
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