OK, so here’s my issue:
In a previous post, I stated, “Well, Wade-O connived a superintendent salary that is 2.5 times the amount funded by the state -- in his mind, his overly inflated salary is ‘the right thing for [the] students.’”
Some folks say that it was OK for Wade to negotiate with his family in mind – to play the board in order to receive the highest salary possible.
I do not disagree that a man has to consider his family when making decisions.  My issue is that he negotiated for himself and his family and now has the nerve to turn around and claim he always does “the right thing for our students and for our taxpayers.”
No. Wade does the right thing for himself, the very same course taken by administrators, teachers, etc. It’s all done for their benefit, and their benefit alone. 
Yet, at levy time, all of a sudden, it’s all for the kids – and the taxpayers.
Very disingenuous, to say the least.
I don’t like school employees taking me for a fool as they lift dollars from my wallet. And I do not like a board that does not recognize it represents the taxpayers, not the school employees.
 Keep in mind that if Wade was willing to play the board, he is also willing to play the community.
 That is not to say the rest of us are any different. Of course, I do not attempt to force my neighbors to pay for that which benefits me.