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Like him or not, you have to respect the situation that Paul Scott is in. He has become really, really, really important to a particular special interest. The MEA is that interest, and they are holding nothing back now that Richardville doesn't have his teacher right-to-work thing going on.
Yessiree, ol Paulie is a special target nowadays.
So much so, that the Michigan MEA now 'All In' for the recall effort targeting Scott. So much so, that teachers are reaching for their last ten bucks, and by the looks of it even students are ponying up for the ongoing gig. I mean, $1 donations to the code named "CITIZENS AGAINST GOVERNMENT OVERREACH" or 'CAGO,' if you are trying to do finance searches.
The contrast, by the way quite impressive with the MEA cumulative total of $140,000 entered into a fund that has in total collected $146,880. All to show Lansing that messing with the teachers will get you an F grade, and might get you expelled.
Yep. I hope you teachers appreciate Ryan and Melissa's milk money. We all know how much you needed it to leverage this important affair of yours.
Bummer if that new math you are teaching doesn't make it so.
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