Today Dana thanked the teachers at Ann P. Mote Elementary School and publicly came out in support of the upcoming Red Clay Consolidate School District referendum.
One of the things I actually like about school financing is that the districts have to ask the voters for each tax increase.
When a district has had financial problems, like Red Clay, this becomes a dicey proposition.
For personal and professional reasons I cannot write here in detail about the reasons why I support this tax increase.
Fortunately, Dana Garrett has done it for me.
Now, tomorrow (or at least by Friday) he will be back to being a Social Democrat who wants to take all my hard-earned money for crackpot social engineering, and I will be back to being a heartless Libertarian who thinks that his property rights are the excuse to starve poor children while denying them medical treatment.
Today, however, we're on exactly the same sheet of music.