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Mr. Reagan,

The teacher's union has been a problem for many years by restricting teacher freedom and protecting bad and unqualified teachers from being removed.  The Republican Presidential Nominee, Paul Vang, proudly stands by unions.  Why should we trust our vote to either Pro-Union candidate Vang or Pro-Union candidate Macmillan when neither one represents our beliefs against unions?

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41 minutes ago, Doomhammer said:

Mr. Reagan,

The teacher's union has been a problem for many years by restricting teacher freedom and protecting bad and unqualified teachers from being removed.  The Republican Presidential Nominee, Paul Vang, proudly stands by unions.  Why should we trust our vote to either Pro-Union candidate Vang or Pro-Union candidate Macmillan when neither one represents our beliefs against unions?

Good question.  To be perfectly honest with you, Mr. Vang is clearly the better choice between the two.  As to the union question, we have seen an influx of blue collar democrats who are switching to the Republican Party, many of whom are union members.  And we are a big tent party.  Mr. Vang supports states rights so naturally opposes National Right to Work, as do I.  Big government in the name of being against unions is still big government.  And to be clear, private sector collective bargaining can be a good thing in the lives of working class Americans.  Mr. Vang is a prinicpled small government conservative, and sometimes that means locking horns with Modern Republican Orthodoxy.  Just the way it is.  

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