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It's ALL About Governor Rick Perry (Series Intro.)

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Texas Governor Rick Perry signed HB 359 into law on June 18, 2010.  This bill protects TX schoolchildren from sanctioned and lawless abuse...IF their parents/guardians know how to jump through all the right hoops for having it enforced.  

Like the Poll Tax, HB 359 is designed to deny disadvantaged and poor children from receiving the same US citizen rights that their affluent peers enjoy.  

Most of the "disadvantaged" are children-of-color American students and most of the "affluent" are white American students.

The bill will only be enforced for children having parents brave and educated enough to jump through all the right hoops that it will take to keep American educators from striking them on their bodies.  

Perhaps their local dentists tie a string around their loose teeth for pulling, if  "old-school" practices persists in their work place too.

Learn more about this bill, who signed it, the attitudes of TX Rep. and Senators toward HB 916, a bill submitted just prior to HB 359, written to protect ALL TX schoolchildren from corporal punishment.  

Learn also about the content of HB 359, the changes to this bill that increased its co-sponsors, how this bill will serve Texas schoolchildren and how it will not.

Find out how HB 359 is similar to the Poll Tax, a US law designed to keep Black Americans from voting in state and federal elections, banned in the 60's by the 24th amendment. 

Learn three good reasons why Gov. Rick Perry would benefit from protecting TX schoolchildren who are counting on his responsible leadership and integrity.

Thank you.

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