Dude, that's funny. I'm registered Democrat, but vote primarily Republican. Last election was the first time I voted a split ticket in forever.I'm a registered republican.
I wholeheartedly agree with your view on this. My wife, a teacher (soon-to-be assistant principal), is basically screwed due to "Skeletor's" (I like the description) bullshit and ridiculous views of education. The problem with loosing teachers is that the teachers we do keep aren't that great, or they are pissed about the system being soooo screwed up that they sacrifice worthwhile practices due to spite. My wife spent hundreds of dollars every year just to make sure that kids had their proper supplies, etc. The schools didn't reimburse her for any of that. Under Scott's regime, these things aren't even accounted for. Just my 1/4 penny on it.Then there's education. I really believe that children are our future. Teach them well....damn, I gotta leave the 80's. Education is already on shaky ground. Take more teachers out of the classroom, which is an county by county decision based on lack of of funds from the state, and expect the results to be the same. Schools are having to make hard decisions about what to keep and what to cut. Hopefully the school leaders will choose wisely, which in my county's case is asking way too much.