Guest Post: Things I Wonder About, by Don Libby
Updated: Aug 20, 2022
Things I wonder about.
Why do people request that their written comments be read for the “record”? When in fact written
comment that is submitted is already part of the “record”. Is the person a narcissist who wants people to hear their words? Does the person want everyone else to believe that they are putting the Board or Committee on notice? Or is it they don’t trust the Board or Committee to read their comments? Just wondering.
Really? I have never seen an independent candidate who caucuses with one side or another be
independent. No problem, but don’t put it on a sign or behind your name. To caucus with a party but
put independent on a sign makes me wonder if the person is lying or a coward. We have Independent candidates who are out there that are truly independent. They hit all the groups. I don’t wonder about them.
When you read an article and the headlines elude to a crowd of people coming forward to speak or
demand action and then you find out it was just a few I have to wonder. Is there some sort of bias in the reporting? Is it just bad journalism? Or do just a few look like a lot? Just wondering.
Teachers privacy act:
LD864 was just passed in Augusta that imposes a civil penalty up to $500.00 on anyone who shares
online classroom instruction without permission from the school. Do they not want parents to know
what the material being taught is? Do they not want parents included in a conversation with their local school boards about content? I wonder where our elected school board officials are on this issue?
One thing I don’t wonder about:
When it comes to the bureaucrats working in Augusta, there is a saying: “You don’t have to know
anything to work in government. Just have the right attitude.”
What do you wonder about?
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