Is Johnny Hildo really the President of the Toledo Board of Education?

Is Johnny Hildo at the City Paper really the president of the Toledo Board of Education? All indications point to it, given the words written in the Hildo column this week. Johnny Hildo contrasts his amoral behavior to a possibly “perfectly chaste and sober” Darlene Fisher.

Since when do moral and ethical standards take a back seat to corruption, sexual proclivities, public drunkenness, carousing and other abhorrent behavior such as being chastised for disorderly conduct when employed as a teacher of high school students?

Is he ( Johnny Hildo) comparing his missteps in his life to Darlene Fisher’s (according to him) “weakness” in making timely decisions? Does Ms Fisher’s "weakness" in not taking a few “nips” stand her apart from other elected officials who have affairs with their subordinates whether it be a teacher to student relationship or an Attorney General to secretary relationship and who engage in public drunkenness?

Of course there is no comparison to an elected official who strayed from the public’s moral trust to an elected official who stayed to their moral values.

Just asking the hard questions. Just who is Johnny (the poison pen) Hildo?

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Wow, I hope not.

Enlightened statesmen will not always be at the helm.
-James Madison, Federalist No. 10, November 23, 1787

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