Letter to the editor

Letter: Confusing ideology

Posted 12/20/16

Re: Last week's letter, "Vouchers are a scam"

Robert White and many other voters recently do not seem to have a clue as to what they just voted for.

In this letter, he calls on "all true …

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Letter to the editor

Letter: Confusing ideology

Posted

Re: Last week's letter, "Vouchers are a scam"

Robert White and many other voters recently do not seem to have a clue as to what they just voted for.

In this letter, he calls on "all true conservatives in Douglas County to contact the school board and tell them to stop with the liberal school voucher nonsense."

As a true conservative, I can only guess as to who Robert voted for in the recent election and being the astute conservative that he is, I am sure that he is aware that Betsy Devos, as the nominee for Secretary of Education, is a vocal proponent of charter schools, voucher programs, and virtual education - but not of public schools.

The irony and confusing ideology in this one letter, and in many recent decisions, is simply astounding.

Jim Martin

Highlands Ranch

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