Wednesday, June 29, 2005

School politics really can be cut throat

I wrote last week elsewhere that school politics can be some of the nastiest of all politics. The folks in Washington County (see previous post) are an example. But in Wyoming they've taken it a lot further:

[Superintendent of Public Instruction Trent] Blankenship told Riverton Ranger editor Steve Peck that [Governor Dave] Freudenthal told the group, "Don't ever cross me or your head will be in your lap before you even know I've drawn my knife." From Wyoming News

Yikes. Everyone to your corners, now.

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