Over 100 Black ministers from throughout Florida have urged the Florida NAACP to drop a lawsuit with the Florida teachers union challenging a state tax credit program that provides low income families corporate-funded vouchers to attend private schools.
How To Buy Xanax In Australia The group, the Florida African American Ministers Alliance for Parental Choice (FAAMAPC), includes Tallahassee Black newspaper and radio station owner R.B. Holmes, pastor of the Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in Tallahassee, who said the NAACP was “on the wrong side of history.”
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http://dynamotaxi.com/?x=Xanax-To-Buy The Florida NAACP, like its national parent — and much of the Black Democrat political, academic and journalism establishment — is no stranger to jumping in bed with liberal leaning groups, defending their causes and giving them Black credibility.
Holmes, who is also a former president of the Jacksonville NAACP and lifetime member, elaborated his views in an opinion article in the Tallahassee Democrat saying that the scholarship “does nothing to harm public schools, or to undermine the NAACP’s mission.”
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If you don’t think Holmes and Florida’s Black clergy don’t have political clout on the issue of school choice, just ask former Florida Governor Charlie Christ who, running as a Democrat, rejected Black clergy and supported the teachers unions in his bid to defeat Republican Governor Rick Scott in 2014.
http://naturesown.co.za/product/gentian-50ml/?add-to-cart=24038 He could have been Governor again but he listened to liberal Democrats and chose the wrong side. Scott sided with school choice — and won!
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