State teachers union wants more money, less accountability

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Penry is also one of the many graduates from Mesa county to have received such a poor education. Hollywood style advertising and yet flying under the radar? Make up your mind Josh. Indeed you may not have it both ways. Colorado is a mostly Democrat (not Democratic Josh) state. And who really gives a crapola about New Jersey and/or Gov Christie? Where might Jerod Wright’s (after all he emulated you student body pres. and all) response to his pre-election troubles be? Troubles he admitted “would be cleared up” after Fruita PD finished investigating. Duh? A doctor stated that politicians are, without doubt, the easiest to operate on. There is no guts, no heart, no balls, no brains and no spine. Plus the head and the rear are interchangeable. Indeed. You will never have the chutzpah to sway my vote.

OH I got it now. Penry, like Hussein, has but one thing to hang his weak political hat upon. Tenure reform. You know what Josh we would ll ave be better served had you passed term limits. Principals should be responsible for tenure and not a bunch of elitist politicians. You could carry the banner for term limits after all rather than lose you bailed.

Opposition to amendment 66 rally at 4:00 today.  Meet at Big Lots parking lot.



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