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sailingaway
02-27-2013, 10:09 PM
I didn't get this email, yet at least. It might only have gone to Arkansas, or I might get it late (I got them late during the campaign.)

http://ftp.dailypaul.com/276244/ron-paul-endorses-curtis-coleman-for-governor-of-arkansas

Key bits:


Curtis Coleman is a true limited government champion, who is pledging – if elected - to:

*** Join with other states to restore the intended balance of power between the states and the federal government;

*** Resist unconstitutional federal regulations;

*** Aggressively campaign for Arkansas to control development of its own energy resources;

*** Clamp down on wasteful and unnecessary government spending.

He’s also pledged to simplify and lower Arkansas' state taxes and to “get government out of our faces, off our backs, and out of our pocketbooks.”

And he’s not just another career politician mouthing catchphrases to tickle our ears to get elected.

Curtis was the Founding President and CEO of Safe Foods Corporation in North Little Rock Arkansas, retiring in 2009.

He is also Chairman of The Institute for Constitutional Policy.

The syndicated “Coleman Commentary” is heard daily on multiple radio stations in Arkansas, and Curtis is a regular guest on radio shows in Arkansas.

Curtis understands that Big Government's suffocating policies are to blame for Arkansas’ status as one of the poorest states in the country.

I’m excited about Curtis Coleman’s campaign.

And I hope you’ll support him as generously as you can. http://www.curtiscoleman.com/donate

Smart3
02-28-2013, 01:54 AM
No surprise. Coleman is one of the better ones.

SgtAxeman
01-12-2014, 09:03 AM
I have a friend who says Coleman is the real deal.

FSP-Rebel
01-12-2014, 11:48 AM
Anyone know how this race is heating up from inside the state?

Voluntarist
01-12-2014, 12:32 PM
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TaftFan
01-12-2014, 02:32 PM
Is Coleman still promoting public funds for private schools?

You mean vouchers? Vouchers are a good thing.

Voluntarist
01-12-2014, 06:28 PM
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TaftFan
01-12-2014, 06:43 PM
A voucher system can be created where the money follows the child and the parents can choose what education is best for them. There doesn't have to be strings attached or government involvement in private schools.

Since we aren't going to abolish government education or the taxes which fund it, vouchers represent the second best option.

Opposing them is essentially agreeing that what we have now is fine.

Voluntarist
01-12-2014, 11:37 PM
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Voluntarist
01-12-2014, 11:39 PM
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LibertyEagle
01-12-2014, 11:58 PM
A voucher system can be created where the money follows the child and the parents can choose what education is best for them. There doesn't have to be strings attached or government involvement in private schools.

Since we aren't going to abolish government education or the taxes which fund it, vouchers represent the second best option.

Opposing them is essentially agreeing that what we have now is fine.

Yet, you know that there WILL BE government involvement. When have they NOT involved themselves? They will require that private schools accept any and all students and if that student wants to use a voucher to pay for that private schooling, then the private school will be required to accept it. Once they do, and they will not have a choice, the government can then dictate to them every single thing that they do and teach.

Yes, vouchers at first glance sound great, but after you look a little more deeply, you will see that they are just the latest attempt to drive a nail in private schools.

Voluntarist
01-13-2014, 08:05 AM
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