WFISD welcomes prisoners, but not the president

I read where the WFISD once again allowed three prisoners to come into our schools and warn our children about drinking and doping and shooting and stealing.

Nothing wrong with that.

Their “don’t do what I did or you will be where I’m at” speeches may actually keep a few of these kids out of trouble.

But every year when I read this story, I ask the same question:

“How can a superintendent who would not allow the President of the United States to speak to our kids (see Sept. 9, 2009 blog) turn around and let thieves and murderers come into their schools and talk to them?”

Please, Mr. Kazanas, explain yourself!