May 22, 2008

Pick a Senator's Brain... Senator Cornyn's Homeschool Teleconference Today!



What would you say if you had a congressman on the phone and he was asking you to pick his brain?

I have an opportunity today to talk with Senator John Cornyn from Texas on a "homeschool blog conference phone call". There will be a "panel" of homeschooling bloggers present to discuss the issues with the senator. I am not sure that homeschooling will be the ONLY issue we discuss. I've made a list of other things I'm interested in asking him as well.

My kids told me to ask him if he had ever been in trouble with the law. Gotta laugh at that. They are worried about his character. I'm sure every good voter thinks about the character of the man they support. I know I do. Then Morgan asked me to see if he was a Christian. She made me promise to ask him. I guess I will.

So what would YOU ask Senator Cornyn if you had him on the phone?
I'd love some extra questions to have before the call at 4pm!


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3 comments:

Dana said...

just try not to get nervous. :)

texastanya said...

Goodness, I wish I could think of something important like what he would do with issues like global warming and carbon footprints, etc, but I'm pretty sure I know (and agree with) his point of view.

If there's time for "fluff" questions. I'd be interested to know if he recalls any favorite books from childhood? Or any other time?

Renae said...

Well, it looks like I missed my opportunity, but I look forward to hearing what happened.

 

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