• December 27, 2014

Aycock named to Texas Monthly’s Top 10 Legislators of 2013

Killeen representative’s selection as education committee chairman puts him in spotlight

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  • don76550 posted at 7:04 pm on Mon, Jun 24, 2013.

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    Texas monthly, a liberal propaganda rag, is clearly wrong on this one. Aycock's stands have betrayed conservatives who put him in office. He has served as a ventrilloquist's dummy for the teachers union at the expense of quality education for our children. They want more money, no accountability and no competition and Aycock provides that. We need school vouchers to break the government school monopoly which Aycock opposes. he supported CSCOPE which is liberal political indocrination rather than education. He opposes concealed carry on campus which turns our schools into shooting galleries for nut cases. His predecessor, Suzanna Hupp, was painfully aware of the consequences of gun free zones when she lost her family, thanks to irrresponsible anti gun legislators. Aycock wants higher gas taxes to throw more money at government schools. We can do better than Aycock. and I would like to see a primary challenge.