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Republican State Board of Education Candidate is a Secessionist
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Dave Mundy.
Dave Mundy.
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Possible supporters?
Possible supporters?
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Regrets.
Regrets.
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No, that doesn't solve anything.
No, that doesn't solve anything.
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The following is an excerpt from burntorangereport.com that was written by Joseph Vogas regarding Dave Mundy, one of the Republican candidates for District 3 of the State Board of Education.  District 3 includes Bee, Brooks, Duval, Gonzales, Jim Hogg, Jim Wells, Karnes, Lavaca, Live Oak, McMullen, Starr, and Wilson counties and significant parts of Bexar and Hidalgo counties.  The complete article is available at http://www.burntorangereport.com/diary/14607/state-board-of-education-candidate-dave-mundy-r-thinks-youre-wrong-and-doesnt-want-your-vote .

Last week, I blogged on Burnt Orange Report about conservative activist Dave Mundy, a Republican candidate for the Texas State Board of Education who is openly calling for secession from the United States. In my posting, it was observed that Mr. Mundy responded to The Texas Freedom Network's original reporting by posting comments on their article's webpage. Burnt Orange Report invited Mr. Mundy to continue his thoughts on secession and how ever else he wanted to present himself on our webpage or our Facebook page.

Sure enough, instead of campaigning, building a coalition, and asking for votes, Mr. Mundy was found on Burnt Orange Report's Facebook page, calling our readers names instead of respectfully asking Texans for their votes.

When I asked Mr. Mundy to comment, I was hoping he would explain why he thought secession was good for Texas or why he is the best candidate to represent the third district on the State Board of Education. Instead, we, myself and you, our readers, were called bullies.

Our article was also sourced by the Facebook page of the Texas Nationalist Movement. They followed in Mr. Mundy's footsteps by saying Mr. Mundy's comments are driving us crazy. We at Burnt Orange Report are in fact crazy happy with the traffic the Texas Nationalist Movement has steered to our website last week, and we thank them for that.

Considering that the federal government pays 10% of the cost of public education in Texas, would it be a wise move to elect someone who has stated his animosity towards the federal government and would undoubtedly try his hardest to alienate relations with the federal government?

VOTE DEMOCRATIC IN 2014!

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