Sorry. No money for smaller classrooms..I gave it all to my brother, the Savings & Loan defrauder…
Why is this not suprising in the least?
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A software company run by Neil Bush, a younger brother of Gov. Jeb Bush, hopes to sell a program to Florida schools that students would use to prepare for the test that is key to the governor’s education policy
Ignite spokeswoman Louise Thacker denied the company had an unfair advantage because its founder and CEO, Neil Bush, is a brother of Florida’s governor.
A spokeswoman for the state Department of Education said Friday that Ignite officials had not approached the state about its product. Mike Eason, formerly the top technology official for the department, is a member of an Ignite advisory board.
Katie Muniz, a spokeswoman for Gov. Bush, said the governor has never talked with his brother about the business
At which point polygraphs throughout Florida commenced exploding, sending up great mushroom clouds of debris darkening the sky just like a Left Behind novel.
As for Neil:
Neil Bush gained notoriety as director of the Silverado Savings & Loan in Colorado, whose failure cost taxpayers $1 billion and led to a grand jury investigation during the term of his father, President George H.W. Bush. Neil Bush was never charged.
These guys make the Gotti’s look like Osmonds.