>No. You are wrong on the facts, since not only I am >right that he is ignorant of the certain facts I >documented, he and folks like him are not "leadership" >in the least of any given public school system in any >district anywhere. You are utterly factually incorrect >in that you think people like him have command and >control of public school systems the way generals or >CEOs do.
It did not occur to me that anyone would confuse American public schools with the U.S. Navy. I.e., I am arguing by analogy. I am content to let the readership judge the value of this analogy and the value of my argument. And the value of yours.