When would you have ever imagined that you could not trust the school system in Cleveland County?? When would you ever have imagined a school system full of liars, crooks and thieves??? The answer is, if you have opened your eyes to the truth, is NOW !!!
But, still, calling people liars, crooks and thieves is pretty drastic isn’t it? Aren’t you afraid of a lawsuit? The answer to both questions is NO. Why? Because it is obviously true that the CCS Board and Administration is full of liars, crooks and thieves. You can’t be successfully sued for telling the truth. That is a well proven fact.
So, before I go into details, let’s define some terms:
A person who lies or doesn’t tell the truth with the intent to deceive. For the purpose of the CCS Board (Commissioners too), I consider a government official who, when asked a valid and relevant question, refuses to give you a truthful answer, gives you a deceptive answer or refuses to give you an answer at all. There are three types of liars. A Pathological liar is someone who lies out of habit. Lying is their normal and reflexive way of responding to questions. Compulsive liars bend the truth about everything, large and small. And then, there is the Sociopath. A sociopath lies incessantly to get their way with little regard for others. A goal oriented sociopath’s lying is focused in order to get their way. They have little regard or respect for the rights and feelings of others. They are often charming and charismatic; but they use their talented social skills in manipulative and self-centered ways. In this article I won’t decide for you which type of liar belongs to whom. You can do that for yourself. I will just stick to identifying the liars who don’t or won’t tell the truth.
Crooks: The dictionary gives a formal definition of a crook as being the hooked shaft of a shepherd. That is NOT what I am talking about. I am talking about the informal definitions of a crook as being “a person who is dishonest or a criminal.” Synonyms are Criminal, lawbreaker, offender, villain, malefactor, wrongdoer, rogue, scoundrel, cheat, scam artist, con man, etc. To be more concise, I intend to use “Crook” to mean a government agent who refuses to follow the law or the intent of the law, or bends-with the intend of breaking- the wording of valid laws with a dishonest or unethical intent of their own.
Thieves: In common language, theft is the taking of another person’s property without that persons permission or consent with the purpose to deprive the rightful owner of it. In this article the victim of the theft is the taxpayer or the education of the children attending CCS. The definition of theft in this article is focused on the taking of money or educational opportunity away from taxpayers and students, without discussion regarding the purpose of the thief. The act of theft is known by terms such as stealing, thieving, or filching. The purpose is obvious -depending on what was taken. In the case of a school credit card improperly used for person use, the theft is made by the person using the card illegally as well as those who approved the fraudulent receipts for payment.