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Connect the Dots  
Floresville  
August 25, 2012 11:09am
 
I, for one, am incredibly proud of Morones and Guerrero for what they have become. But let's break them down individually, since you want some "honesty".

There's no doubt that Morones is poorly educated. There's not a soul in Floresville politics that isn't acutely aware of his reading comprehension skills. In fact, this so pleased the mayor to no end when Morones first ran, and the mayor campaigned with and for him. It made him easier to control. However, due to his childlike demeanor that comes with a failure to develop a conniving mind, this fact has worked to Morones' advantage because he sees things as one of two ways- right or wrong. And when it's wrong, he utilizes very succinct conversational skills to relay his message. This aspect of Morones' condition frightens the mayor, Castillo and Gomez- and for that reason they have now "cut" Morones from their inner circle.

Additionally, I understand that Morones collects disability payments. If those parents are related to his learning disabilities, then it is incumbent upon the City of Fliresville to provide him an agenda further in advance, ensure that he is provided a person who can assist him in understanding the documentation, as well as both long and short-term effects of each agenda item. Much like if he exhibited physical disabilities, if he were blind or in a wheelchair, the City MUST provide reasonable accommodation.

I'll get to Guerrero in a minute, but want to give y'all time to discuss.

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