Why isn't there more outrage about schools feud?

2013-11-24T00:00:00Z Why isn't there more outrage about schools feud? nwitimes.com
November 24, 2013 12:00 am

I don't normally write political commentary, but this has me a little upset.

I read the opinions of others in this paper, regarding their political views about our federal government. With that said, I am surprised that there's so little written about our duly elect Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz.

I wonder if she was a Republican and the governor and General Assembly were Democrats, would there be a outrage in this state?

Ritz was duly elected by the people of Indiana to represent them in educational matters. Doesn't our vote count? It looks like this administration did not like the fact that a Democrat got elected and is doing everything in its power to undermine our vote.

I can't believe there isn't more outrage. Oh, I forgot. Our governor's name is Pence, not Obama.

- Reggie Hess, Chesterton

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