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Governor Jindal’s Bold Plan to Abolish Louisiana’s Income Tax

Astraea1980 Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 9:38 AM
Jindal has "already implemented some good school choice reform," Mitchell opines???? Well, I suppose that's true if you think that diverting taxpayer dollars so kids can go to fundamentalist Christian schools where they'll learn that dinosaurs walked in the garden with Adam and Eve. Personally, I'd rather kids learn SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY instead of fables so that they'll be competitive and productive adults in an increasingly competitive world.
bot_feeder Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 12:40 PM
Hey, if they teach them some junk science along with reading and writing, they would still be doing a better job of educating the kids than the public schools do.
moderateGuy Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 12:39 PM
Of course kids do not learn Science or Technology (or Math or reading or History or Geography or Citizenship or just about anything) in publik skools, do they?

I’m a big fan of the flat tax as a way of neutering the punitive and convoluted internal revenue code in Washington.

But I’m even more aggressive at the state level.

That’s why I’m very excited about a new proposal from Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana.