A recent Gallup poll shows that support for educational vouchers is dropping.
Naturally, voucher proponents say the study is flawed. You could take the same study using the same methods and if it had shown support for vouchers, they would be extolling its accuracy.
The erosion of public support for vouchers is not going to stop the well-heeled elitist group, including the insidious All Children Matter which has been pouring money into Missouri elections with mixed results, and which will no doubt continue to do so.
A recent e-mail from Rep. Jane Cunningham, who became chairman of the House Education Committee after writing a letter to House leadership bragging about her ability to bring in campaign money from All Children Matter, indicates she thinks Rep. Marilyn Ruestman, R-Joplin, is one of the legislators whom she believes is under the voucher group's thumb.