Tuesday, April 26, 2005

The Governor shows his true feelings about schools

In several Indiana state-wide rallies supporting education this month, a number of speakers have referred to previous quotes attributed to our current governor.

Most of them quoted him saying, "there is no sense debating the abysmal, atrocious performance of the public school monopoly."

Most of these quotes were attributed to comments Governor Daniels made in an Indianapolis cable news show in the late 90's. He isn't about to let anything change his mind.

Here is a link if you would like to download the video. We only recorded 30 seconds or so to limit the download time depending on your connection speed.

Link here for your viewing pleasure or displeasure, depending on whether these comments reflect your view of the public school your children attend.

3 Comments:

At Wednesday, April 27, 2005, Anonymous The Rock said...

I guess we now know what we have suspected all along. The Governor has a long time dislike for public schools and doesn't want to rebuild them; he wants to destroy them.

 
At Sunday, May 01, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think all Indiana residents need to begin to ask themselves who wins when Indiana public schools are destroyed. I seriously doubt the the governor and his crowd want to destroy public schools simply for the fun of it.

Or maybe they do.

 
At Tuesday, February 14, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

public schools do not out perform private schools. My children had the experience and the torture they recieve in public schools is discriminating. School staff is abusing children everyday. Staff is violating parents guardianship and make up rules that are not in writing (policy). Parents bond together and support your children. I repeat, PARENTS BOND TOGETHER AND SUPPORT YOUR CHILDREN - children need us (parents).

 

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