Skip to comments.Oregon -- can you request a public accounting of tea party crasher Levin's abuse of state resources?
Posted on 04/14/2010 12:08:17 PM PDT by soccermom
As posted yesterday, a local radio station is reporting that the con man behind the movement to smear Tea Parties with staged incidents of racism, etc. is a school teacher in the Beaverton School District. It appears he used school time and resources to set up his website. I called the district and was told they are investigating but can't discuss personnel matters. Is there nothing you can do to demand accountability of a state employee?
Hope he gets fired and then has to go out into Obama’s economy of 3 million jobs “saved or created.”
You can organize a call in effort to the local school board. Just email every conservative you know and ask them to email everyone they know.
His site seems to be crashing right now.
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Many people have called the weasel Levin’s school in Beaverton. They have said that his actions should cost him his job. The school has defended him, like any union group would do.
On the Lars Larson show yesterday (a PDX talk show) someone wrote in and said the code from the Crash the TP website had been decoded. They said that it had been constructed on school computers and during school hours. This filthy POS Levin needs to loose his job.
I dont know how much water this story holds, but if it is true, he needs to be kicked to the curb where he belongs.
Is there nothing you can do to demand accountability of a state employee?
Perhaps, if this person were to ask Obama a question then we could see all over the news his every detail, personal divorce struggles, dreams, etc.
I don’t believe that the problem is with the State. It’s with the teachers union.
Here is my blog article on Jason Levin.
The FR URL where you can also go to the blog site:
Or get together a group from the area and actually attend a school board meeting to discuss the situation.
The exact date/registry time of his website should be able to be determined. I bet it was purchased/set up on tax payer time.
Here is the URL for to e-mail a complaint:
Indeed! Excellent point!