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January 05, 2017


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No one has a problem with diversity, we just want the law to be followed. Do you want to ban the school system from inquiring if students live in Howard County in order to attend Howard County schools? We could let in students from all over the state. Imagine how the cost of schools would rise. How would that benefit those of us who have been living here and paying taxes and following the law?


You signed the #OneHoward pledge that says, "I pledge...To encourage others in the community to follow my example and refrain from using derogatory or hurtful language and avoid making generalizations or stereotyping others?" And then you go and make up childish Trumpian style derogatory nicknames for commenters on your blog that were trying to engage you in a discussion of policy. Yeah. Not cool, bro.

Now, if you'd like to talk policy, answer this question: Explain why CB9-2017 is necessary and what it does to solve a problem in our community. Or, you could just call anyone that disagrees with you a name and see how that works out.

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