School anti-bullying campaign does not extend to citizens
“It’s those bad actions that make many people myself included not attend (local government meetings). I’ve witnessed these very same actions at Common Council meetings and Dane County Board meetings. Now that they have added physical intimidation it makes it even less likely that those who disagree with them will attend.
I find it interesting that with all the anti-bullying campaigns in the schools these days this group who are the text book definition of a bully are allowed to control these meetings.If these so called kids feel it’s OK to bully adults who disagree with them what do you suppose is happening in our schools to fellow students when they disagree?
What state are they living in?
When a group of eight Democrats gathered for a gubernatorial debate in Milwaukee last week, they attempted to posit a Wisconsin that needed saving from Republican Gov. Scott Walker. But after hearing their priorities, voters have to wonder: What state are they living in? — struggling young writer Christian Schneider in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
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