Are you kidding me? What a slug! Is this the very best that Iowa has to offer? Jonathan Narcisse? A reformed, and I mean that in the changeling way, a Liberal Socialistic Democrat. It makes no difference how you dress one up with a new party tag, a DINO (Democrat in Name Only) who is trying to Trojan Horse the chameleon tactic of the Independent party candidate label, for ease of passing through the gate of the Governor’s mansion, shouldn’t fool anyone in Iowa or anywhere else.
Jonathan Narcisse At Campaign For Liberty Meeting
Jonathan Narcisse gives a speech to the Campaign for Liberty crowd. His Iowa Worth Fighting For speech A Ten Step Plan for Twentieth Century Governance drew several applause. People all around Iowa are aware of the need to reshape our state government and Jon’s plan is key to achieving this goal.
To the shoddy filming, to the crowd’s well established speaking voice overs and “placed on ignore” of Narcisse, to his steady reading without a teleprompter but a well stocked podium, Iowa can not possibly be impressed.
Jon Narcisse – April 8 2008 – Des Moines School Board
jneider | April 11, 2008
Des Moines School Board member Jon Narcisse discusses limits on board member use of district e-mail.
Seems they always start with breaking the small rules, make excuses, and become Progressively emboldened and move on to bigger fish.
Why is the Bleeding Heartland which describes its own blog as
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so interested in Mr. Jonathan Narcisse? hmm?
Possibly due to Mr. Narcisse himself…
The whining TOQ V3N3 for a distinct portion of the population?
Look at the CCs on a email that he replied to a Student, how embarrassing was this for the student? No privacy!
A glorified and titled Community Organizer? FY 2004 for a distinct portion of the population?
Tipping into Alinsky attack tactics? Narcisse Weekly Report, an ample example:
“…My question, Dr. Sebring, was about socio-economic status and circumstance. Regarding only two categories of socio-economic status I am confused. When I look at our socio-economic data I see categories like race and English Language Learners. Also by circumstance I find we maintain special education data.
Now if I am wrong about race, for example, being a socio-economic category, can you expand the provided information to include breakdowns by race, special education enrollment and English Language Learner status?
As for spending at the building level it will help to have a breakdown both by what is directly spent at the classroom level and what is spent directly at the building level. What I don’t want to see in this circumstance are District costs stretched out over our many schools. For the sake of insight I would like to know how much of spending takes place at the site level and how much at the District level.
Also, having this information will either confirm or dispel a wide spread perception out there. Lacking the resources of my opponents to do mass mailings and purchase lots of advertising, I had to rely on a very grassroots, groundpounding approach to getting elected. This involved going to schools, senior centers, churches and knocking on countless doors. I even stopped people in public settings like at the grocery store and asked them their opinions. This approach, I believe, contributed to me having a very diverse geographic base of support as broken down in the Register’s analysis following the election.
There is a split in this town Dr. Sebring. It is deep and heart felt. It is perceived one side of town gets their students taken care of and the rest don’t. I am not accepting this portrayal as fact. Instead I would like to examine the hard data and then, and only then, form my opinion. This seems the responsible approach to addressing such a widespread concern as articulated to me both in 2005 and 2007…”
Apparently he doesn’t like to be questioned, searched or assist with any routine police investigations PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORALVILLE, JOHNSON …
Where have I seen this before? hmm?
Oh but it gets even better Jonathan Narcisse Is A Loser Who Doesn’t Pay His Bills
I guess it worked well enough for the President he supported, so he assumes that it works as handily for Iowa’s gubernatorial candidate!