Kilroy preparing for political battle and DEGOP is on the battle map and you can bet there is plenty of blue on that map

Of course I am not happy with Delaware State Representative Debbie Capano Hudson! Hudson exposed the big lie about our DEGOP who claim to be all about transparency and fending off the overreaching hand of the federal government. Lavelle does the Smarter Balanced flip-flop and Ramone falls in love with charter schools! Hey Charlie, you left me on the transparency battle! Not good ! 

So sports fans, get ready rumble time!

Publius, changing of the guard is coming at the big Red Clay machine at the lieutenant level ! Captain Johnny Jet is still safe for now! 

AND THERE WAS NO DEBBIE FIGHTING FOR TRANSPARENCY !  COME ON DEBBIE ! VOICE OF THE MIDDLE CLASS! LOL ! GET A REAL JOB DEBBIE     

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3 responses to “Kilroy preparing for political battle and DEGOP is on the battle map and you can bet there is plenty of blue on that map

  1. Linda Calder

    Okay Kilroy, some of us are not military or code name savvy! Is the Captain the highest ranking officer in this machine? Where do lieutenants come in the ranking? Are they just below the Captain or are there ranks in between? Just between you, me and the fencepost, there should be some significant reduction in the old guard and not replacement. I think whenever a principal cannot cut it out in trenches, they make space for him or her in the district office.

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  2. lastDEconservative

    While much ado about nothing rages here on Kilroy’s, out there in the world brews something that could change -everything-.

    THE WALL STREET JOURNAL News Alert

    Supreme Court to Weigh Public-Sector Union Fees
    The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it would consider whether the Constitution bars states from requiring government employees to contribute to collective bargaining costs, casting a cloud over the strength of public-sector unions.

    The lawsuit, brought by the Christian Educators Association International and 10 California public school teachers who object to paying union fees, asks the court to overrule a 1977 precedent allowing states to grant that right to public-employee unions.
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    Imagine (difficult as it might be) that this goes the right way. What a day it would be if the unions and their enablers in lawmaking, that self sustaining, self protecting, inwardly focused special interest group had a bomb go off in its belly. Cue the Jeopardy theme.

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