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Did FL GOP Legislators overreach on teacher tenure?

TALLAHASSEE — Republican lawmakers who rammed a teacher tenure bill through the Legislature this session hoped for an education revolution but instead unleashed a revolt — a grass roots movement of parents and teachers armed with a thorny election year issue that could dog politicians to the polls....

...as Crist scored points with grateful teachers, visiting schools in Tallahassee and Miami, some Republicans were lamenting their party's miscalculation. "We absolutely misread the mood of the public," said Sen. Evelyn Lynn, an Ormond Beach Republican and former schoolteacher who opposed the bill.

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harry houdini

POMPOUS AND ELITIST GOOD OL BOY POLITICS! WHATEVER BUSH AND THRASHER SAID, WE DID.......THEY SAID AND DID BECAUSE THEY COULD...MORE REASON TO GET BRAND NEW LEADERSHIP IN THE PARTY..THE GOOD OL BOYS WITH THE BIG BUCKS BEHIND THEM ARE KILLING US.....

AGAIN, GIVE ME A FUC..BREAK!!!

Ken

The only real mistake they made was in trusting Charlie Crist when he promised to sign it.

in the know

The R's totally blew it and will have repercussions at the polls.

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