Palmer Trinity was a post about zoning and a ballot measure and related campaign literature. The comments kept coming in about how Palmer Trinity was a great school. That doesn't matter. As I said, if Jesus was teaching the class it still would not make a difference to the matter at hand: Should an institutional entity expand in a residential neighborhood? That sums up the issue, it was not about how good the school is. If it were a mental hospital we wouldn't be having this argument. Because it is a school the rhetoric gets more intense and off the mark.
There is no way to appeal to the logic of a parent in tunnel vision mode. It is like trying to get the attention of student studying for the bar exam. You can't. So, in the interest of not being annoyed anymore, I deleted the additional Palmer Trinity Comments that said it was a boffo school. I left the comments that addressed the issue. And, as everyone knows that reads here often, there is a rule: "Don't annoy the blogger." (I made changes to reflect Lee Allen's comment).