Republican Rep. Rejects Demagoguery

I’ll give my props (even to Republicans ) where they are due. This time it is to State Rep. Fran Millar (R-Dekalb) who was the only Republican (and one of only 26 in the entire House) to vote against the unconstitutional Ten Commandments bill.

As Rusty reported, Millar had this to say: I’m a lot more concerned about academic achievement and the dropout rate … then where we hang the Ten Commandments.

Nicely said, Rep. Millar, I wish there were more Republicans (and Democrats) in the General Assembly like you.

4 comments

  1. Bill Simon says:

    Obviously, Mr. Millar is not a true Georgia Christian because if he was, he would be ALL in favor of not only using state dollars to post The Ten Commandments everywhere, but also in favor of using tax dollars to preach Christianity in public schools.

  2. Decaturguy says:

    Webster’s definintion of a demagogue is “a person who tries to stip up the people by appeals to emotion, prejudice, etc. in order to win them over quickly and to gain power.”

    I’ll leave it up to you to decide whether passing a bill allowing the posting of the Ten Commandments in government buildings is demagogury or not.

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