Oklahoma’s Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt, who earlier this year signed a bill that would give parents in the state a tax incentive to send their children to private schools, including religious schools, praised the board’s vote.
“This is a win for religious liberty and education freedom in our great state, and I am encouraged by these efforts to give parents more options when it comes to their child’s education,” Stitt said in a statement.
Uh, no. Religious liberty and education freedom is using your own funds and resources to provide for your own children’s education and making everyone’s taxes lower, not giving subsidies and trick cut-outs in the tax code to some Citizens and not others.
If this isn’t stopped, expect every other State to try this and expect every other religion with schools to queue up at the Gummint Cheez giveaway.