Monday, March 27, 2006

Latinos and Vouchers

From Hispanic CREO:

Opposition to School Choice Causes Governor Napolitano's Approval Rating Amongst Latinos to Nosedive.

It's widely known that poll after poll, national or local, Latinos are overwhelmingly supportive of school choice, even when asked about the dreaded 'v' word: vouchers. In the current Arizona legislative session, the Governor has vetoed school choice bills three times and Latinos made their opinion loud and clear in a recent poll conducted by SurveyUSA. Governor Napolitano's approval rating amongst Latinos has dropped by 21% since February.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Democrats have been treating Blacks this way for 50 years. Why would they treat Latinos any different? The Democrats minority constituencies always suck hind tit behind the teacher's union and the NEA. The Democrats have a vested interest in keeping minorities ignorant.

Afterall, if Blacks and Latinos were actually to get a decent education and to avoid the liberal brain washing in the NEA's public school re-education camps, they might actually be able to earn a decent living and start realizing that their interests were better served by conservative politicians and start voting Republican.

3/28/2006 1:10 PM  
Blogger La Ventanita said...

I couldn't agree more. Well said!

3/29/2006 9:11 AM  

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