Shooting the Messenger?
You may believe, as some have said, that the people allegedly behiind this blog are unethical and vindictive. That is your right. However, if you do think this way, then why did you even bother coming here (to the blog)? Could it be that, just maybe, the issues brought out here are worth looking into?
We have tried to present the facts, as per the documents we have shown on this blog, and to stay away from any opinions we might have about those in leadership at GCPS. Please feel free to point out if you feel otherwise. We have faith that you (the reader) have the intelligence to evaluate the facts and come to your own conclusions, without having to say what we might think about anyone personally.
Throughout history, there have been people who have seen things they felt were wrong and sought to do something about it. Do a Google search on Sherren Watkins of Enron, Cynthia Cooper of Worldcom, and Jeffrey Wigand of Brown & Williamson. They all risked a lot, in an effort to stand for something greater than themselves. Were they perfect and without weaknesses themselves? Probably not. Did they have to come forward with their concerns about their respective companies' practices? Definitely not. Then why did they, in fact, come forward? Only those individuals truly know the answer to that question.
All we ask is that, if you come to read this blog, you not confuse the message with the messenger. If you feel that shooting the messenger is warranted, then that is your right. Just make sure that the message doesn't die in the process.