Our Response to DC Machen - Part 1
Nov 12, 2013 — "If you break that into one thought, he is saying I'm going to do what I'm going to do regardless of the reality of the situation and the strong opinions of those who elected him. Social media is the avenue that is now predominately used to make political figures more transparent. It's not 1968 anymore and you cannot continue to hide behind the boardroom meeting doors and expect for people to not question your decisions. Our motivation here is to protect the children of Bossier Parish and if that means exposing people who simply do not care and have placed themselves in the position where they are required to, than that is the most important thing to be said of all of this. Children placed in these positions often feel like they do not have the power to change the circumstances and parents need to teach their children that they do." **See Part 2 for the rest of our response.**
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