Thursday, December 4, 2014

Kristi Can't Buy Love!

By Jeff Simpson

Knotsie member and former teacher Kristi LaCroix, has left her teaching job and has become an anti union union boss.  Kristi is now an unelected boss of Association for American Educators(AAE). 

AAE is a place where you can pay dues to Kristi and get absolutely nothing in return.  What a bargain.   Now though, according to the spam email she sent out to educators in WI, you actually do get something back - a $10 gift card to Amazon. 

When you can not people to buy your snake oil, then you need to try a different way..what better than bribery? 


SPECIAL DEAL FOR WI TEACHERS
JOIN TODAY!
Dear XXXX,

We’re giving away $10 Amazon e-Gift cards to every new teacher in WI who joins AAE. Plus you'll be entered to win a $100 Amazon gift card just in time for the holidays.
 
Don't wait for this offer to expire!

You've heard of the great professional protection and support that Association of American Educators (AAE) provides for a fraction of the cost of other organizations, right? Well don't wait to join any longer!

AAE is offering a $10 Amazon e-gift card special to all new professional members in Wisconsin who sign up online between today and next Wednesday, December 10th, 2014.

To get your free gift and to be entered to win our $100 raffle, enter the code TEACHER SAVINGS in the box that asks "How did you hear about AAE"

Once you become an AAE member, you will receive a $10 Amazon e-gift card as part of your membership benefits!  It's like getting almost a whole month of membership FREE but more FUN because you get to go shopping on us!

Join AAE today and don't forget to use the code TEACHER SAVINGS on your application!
 
Best of Luck!
Kristi Lacroix
Association of American Educators
P.S. Find out if AAE Membership is right for you! Visit us at
www.aaeteachers.org/membership



Hey Kristi, If you cant beat 'em, buy "em!  Quite a product you have there, I would hate to be one of your vendors!

16 comments:

  1. The initial message Homer made for the Auto-Dialer:
    "Greetings, friend. Do you wish to look as happy as me? Well, you've got the power inside you right now. So use it. And send $1 to Happy Dude, 742 Evergreen Terrace, Springfield. Don't delay; eternal happiness is just $1 away!"
    After he's caught and tried, Homer changes the message to:
    "Hello, this is Homer Simpson, aka, Happy Dude. The courts have ordered me to call every person in town to apologize for my telemarketing scam...I'm sorry. If you can find it in your heart to forgive me, send $1 to Sorry Dude, 742 Evergreen Terrace, Springfield. You have the power!"

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  2. Yeah don't join the union that supports teachers; join my organization that just likes to bash everything public. Too bad she didn't stay in the classroom. I hear she was a respected teacher. What's up Kristi? Did teaching not let you travel around the state with your American for Prosperity/School Choice buddies? Get rid of your rid of your crappy jeans and fake eyelashes for a start-maybe somebody will take you serious-Ms Association of American Education Specialist!!!

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    1. Personal attacks are the best argument you have? Typical liberal!

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  3. What I heard about Miss Kristi was that the ONLY reason she kept her teaching job in Kenosha was because the TEACHERS UNION kept protecting her from being fired.

    Note that as soon as Act 10 diluted the power of the TEACHERS UNION to protect teachers like Kristi LaCroix, Kristi quit teaching.

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    1. Hmmmm.....nice speculation. Really, historical fiction is my favorite genre! - Kristi

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  4. Buwahaahaa! This is awesome! Thank you for the free advertisement, Jeff. AAE is growing n WI, and your hate only help. Thanks! -Kristi Lacroix

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    1. Of course, bribery works on teachers who have had their pay slashed so dramatically these last few years.

      Wait until they find out they have been paying you and getting nothing in return.

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    2. Jeff_simpson7, AAE provides exactly what they say they will provide and exactly what their members say they want which is a great professional association with lots of great benefits including a liability and legal policy in their name so that a union is not deciding whether they get protected or not. AAE also helps their members be better at their profession. Go check them out at www.aaeteachers.org.

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    3. I'd like to see a debate between Kristi and Jeff. Maybe on the radio so Jeff can leave his pajamas on. Kristi would destroy him.

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    4. I certainly hope that Kristi wasn't teaching English, Forensics or Logic, since she is obviously lacking in all of those skills. Maybe she was teaching study hall?

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    5. Here's the thing about Kristi. .....doesn't matter what any one of you selfish,partisan,butthurt union hacks say about her. What matters is what her students say about her. I'm sure a lot of you are teachers. How many of your students and former students stay in touch and tell you own much of an impact you've had on their lives? I'm guessing few if any. Teaching is the most selfless job there is. Or it's supposed to be. It's not about you. It's about our kids. Ask her "kids" what they think. We need more of her and less of you.

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  5. Omg! I am STILL laughing!! The union protected me? Ha ha.....no wait....HA HA HA!

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  6. Thanks for publishing this! I'm going to sign up for AAE right now - and tell them you referred me!

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  7. Sounds to me like Jeff might have a crush, but acting like the immature school boy he is, he tugs her pony tails and snaps her bra instead of carrying her books. How cute!

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  8. I think its cute that the three remaining Knotsies all hang together still. i get defending Kristi so, I am certain she is the only woman who has ever talked to you.

    kristi's new union boss experience is a joke as a way to extort the unwilling, the same way she did the taxpayers of Kenosha.

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