Eric Johnson Gets Big Award

From a Senate press release:

The Alliance for School Choice presented Senator Eric Johnson (R-Savannah) with the 2008 National Legislator of the Year Award. This award is the first one issued by the Alliance, which is a national nonprofit organization which promotes and enhances K-12 educational choice by empowering parents to choose what is best for their children.

8 comments

  1. Rick Day says:

    So a pro-choice voucher organization (probably crammed full of anti-choice/pro illegal abortion ‘conservative’ members) awarded a non-teacher with a “Educator of the Year” award.

    And this is news and not pro-voucher propaganda because…?

  2. Icarus says:

    O.K., Rick. I’ll give you the first opportunity to re-read the award name for free.

    (Consider it like getting to go to summer school to retake your CRCT)

  3. Icarus says:

    It’s still a big deal for a non-teacher to get a “legislator” of the year award? Would probably be a bigger deal if a non-legislator got a legislator of the year award, don’tchathink?

  4. newdayinga says:

    I agree with Bill. We need to throw out these bums that having affairs with lobbyist. In Hall County we actually have a chance. Our representative has taken all kind of money from lobbyist, but this year he has a real challenger. Don’t know where the Dems found him, but you should check him out: http://www.strickland08.com.

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