Some of us are old enough to remember when professors in college encouraged students to think for themselves rather than being told what to think. Somewhere along the way it gradually reversed when educators began telling students what to think and their grades depended upon it.
Two of Naperville’s nine city council members profess to be educators by vocation, Judy Brodhead and Benny White. Both tend to be more closed-minded rather than open-minded. If residents don’t think like they do, then they consider those folks to have a major intellectual mal-function.
Watch and listen to councilman Benny White, during the November 17 council meeting, at the beginning of the mask mandate discussion when he says “are you kidding me” referring to a person he encountered, not wearing a mask, while shopping:
So because educator White didn’t agree with her position, he felt he was right and she was wrong.
Now watch and listen to councilwoman Judy Brodhead, as she unloads and slams close to 150 residents that submitted comments including 13 speakers with whom she vehemently disagreed; so in her little world, she considers herself right, while they are all wrong. It’s also evidence that Brodhead surely does not teach a course on ‘The importance of diversity, inclusion, and acceptance’.
The following clip is also proof that Brodhead doesn’t teach math, being mathematically challenged by numbers with more than three digits. She is always a source of smiles and good laughs; keep an eye on councilman Paul Hinterlong, in white, on the left side of screen:
It just might be possible that we will miss Brodhead after her term limit finally kicks in next year.