Delaware Governor Markell’s secret sex tapes !

Damn John Young, just spit it out! Go F yourself JACK! 

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9 responses to “Delaware Governor Markell’s secret sex tapes !

  1. Thank you John Young! I would really like to see the legislature brought back for a special vote on this issue. The governor has ignored the will of the people and chose to placate the ones with monetary interests instead of the Delaware voters. As was pointed out, he is a lame duck governor. He has some nerve to go against the overwhelming support for House bill 50. I would venture to say that you have become the most hated governor in recent time! You do not speak for me anymore, even though I voted for you! I have been a life long Democrat and have as such supported my party. No More!!!! You have soured me to the point that I am considering changing my party affiliation!

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    • lastDEconservative

      LOL, again!!

      “You have soured me to the point that I am considering changing my party affiliation!”

      “But I won’t.” Once a socialist, always a socialist. Here in the People’s Republic anyway. I think it’s in the water.

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    • Linda,
      1. “Life Long democrat” answers a lot of questions.
      2. How “should” a governor who is supposed to uphold the law/ agreements/ obligations, vote on a bill proposed by the legislature which violates the agreement (RTTT) the state signed along with agreement from the legislature, DSEA, DOE, and school administrators to get the 100+ million? My vote would be not sign the agreement in the first place but that would mean not “supporting” the TPS establishment who wanted the money.
      3. “Soured?” Benghazi, IRS, secret unsecured servers, Healthcare bill passed through a backdoor with 1 vote. None of those soured you but Markell did? Ok, if you say so.

      Mr. Young, For the very reason you are disturbed by Markell vetoing a bill he had to veto, (because of the agreements of accepting the RTTT funds which DOE, DSEA, legislators and school administrators signed on to) that is the reason many parents choose alternative schools. Our school districts defy the will of a large portion of its parents, because of political agendas or imposed (irrational) educational guidelines. Is CSD looking at the root causes of the referendum results or just repackaging what administrators/ board believe they need to do to “sell” the next one? Wouldn’t a financial cost saving audit, conducted by impartial auditors help communicate where the district could save money? Wouldn’t a re-evaluation of what parents want (maybe a non biased survey) be helpful?

      The legislators had nothing to lose by voting for an opt-out bill in violation of the RTTT agreement. If it overridden, will DE be required to pay the 117 million back to the feds for failing to meet the 95% test rate required by the award? Will all kilroy denizens be prepared to pony up to repay the rest of the U.S. taxpayers for failing to uphold the agreement? Please know that my view is the RTTT was a boondoggle from the beginning and SBAC is junk but the time for making the commitment is passed. DE signed (shouldn’t have but did) the contract and spent the money. Kind of like being pro-choice: the time for the choice is not after the fact when you may be in an unwanted situation. The time of choice is when you have the “choice” to PREVENT a bad situation and act responsibly. Seems there is a lot of the “after the fact” going around.

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    • lastDEconservative

      Booyah, M!!!

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    • Publius e decere

      M Ryder says: “Our school districts defy the will of a large portion of its parents, because of political agendas or imposed (irrational) educational guidelines. Is CSD looking at the root causes of the referendum results or just repackaging what administrators/board believe they need to do to “sell” the next one? ”

      Bada bing.

      Publius

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  2. lastDEconservative

    I skipped through this and stopped only at three or four places for a few seconds … but, did he say “we or you or ___ are “not helping the RIGHT kids”?”

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    • My suggestion? Listen to the whole thing instead of taking snippets and not even getting those parts right. Might help your comprehension skills… 🙂

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    • Publius e decere

      The seratonin-infused tenor could mislead one to believe in its credibility. Ohhmmmmmm.

      The evident absence or misuse of facts restores the soul of the observer and defies the self-indulgence of the narrator.

      Bottom line is that the CSD public denied — twice — the CSD district’s proposals for a tax increase. Then the CSD union denied the opportunity to save CSD jobs jobs by collectively taking a 2% cut — instead the CSD union opted to allow 5% of the CSD employees to take a 100% cut (layoff). I guess CSD believes in every man or woman for themselves. The board member in this video denies this basic grounding and persists in lame ideolologic posturing rather than engagin in the hard work of pragmatic problem solving which should meet the public’s expectations while staying within the district’s means.

      Sad.

      Publius

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  3. It’s just not true that the state would have to pay back the $119M.

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