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19 July 2010

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Todd Juvinall

Vouchers for education too? It appears that economics may change the dynamics for many issues we have been trying to implement.

D. King

George,

We tend to view the treasury (debt / tax) as a monolithic construct.

Progressives have a different view.

http://tinyurl.com/2br49ve

George Rebane

How true, how true DKing. I'll be the first to admit that their 'economics' is not accessible to me. And I know they have no clue about the way we see the world to work. More effort is needed to bridge the gap, but then which of us will have to cross that bridge?

D. King

"More effort is needed to bridge the gap, but then which of us will have to cross that bridge?"

Too rickety, you go first!

bill tozer

I think Obama is showing signs of pulling a Clinton and moving to the center, or what he views as the center. Obama has always been a big supporter of education reform involving school vouchers, school choice, and charter schools. His record is clear on this one issue. Polls shows that the #1 concern of black families is school choice, vouchers, and charter schools. Exactly Obama's view. The NAACP has taken no position on this and won't even take a position of school vouchers or charter schools. Unfortunately for Obama, his union backers are vehemently opposed to such notions. This just may force Obama to do some push back on the teachers unions, angering his financial backers. He might, like Clinton, see the light and realize the far left is a millstone on his neck and make a break. Time will tell.

Dixon Cruickshank

Mr Tozer is he is a self presrevationist as noted by his distance from the congress in getting the agenda passed without too much caca on his shoes. I am not sure though that he can pull that off but he will have a Republican congress that will change the dynamics considerably, but to get right enough he may twist an ankle or something thats a sharp turn.

D. King

bill tozer

“Obama has always been a big supporter of education reform involving school vouchers, school choice, and charter schools.”

Sadly Bill, that’s not true.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7FS5B-CynM

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