And by the way your lame attempt to insult me will never work because it only shows your short comings if you can ask someone to read and explain my previous post to you it might help you.
Let me ask another question. I am an American citizen, yet I cannot vote in these kind of elections held for local schools. Why? Because I don't have kids who go to that school. So there's obviously a different standard for voting in these elections than other ones which are political. That standard being having a child in that school, and since I don't have kid I don't have a dog in the fight so I can't vote.
Is that right, that me an American citizen cannot vote in an election simply because I don't have a kid in that school?
The elections are held in conjunction with the General Election in even-numbered years. How do they enforce that? Link?
Thank you, Quazi!
That also brings up an interesting and wider point, I'm currently living in Virginia right now and pay some Virginia taxes yet I have no say in where those go even go I'm a legal resident alien of the state. That I dont have problem with personally.
"I can explain it to you but, I can't understand it for you"