Before too much of April slips away I just had to say something about a project that I’ve played a part of.
I happen to know a bit about this dude. He calls himself the Chairman of the Public Education Committee in the Texas House Legislature and is from House District 15, but I know the truth.
Eissler’s irresponsible, a wimp, and a liar.
Period. Need evidence?
A quick look at Rob’s “Texans for Fiscal Responsibility” ratings tell it all (brought to you courtesy of Empower Texans).
Need some back-up? Look no further.
Do I really need to provide a link for this one? No.
You see… Rob Eissler lied to my face in May 2011 during the Texas State Legislature. Rob told me that he would support UIL participation for homeshool and private school students, but when that opportunity arrived in his committee he cut a back-room deal and sold us out to the public school coaches lobby.
Rob Eissler pretends that he’s a friend of homeschoolers, but all the facts point the other way. Rob lied to me. Rob lied to homeschoolers. Rob lied to Texas.
Rob Eissler is a liar.
Exposing the truth about Rob Eissler through this website wasn’t just a normal project for me at THSC PAC. To me, this was personal. Rob fouled up homeschoolers in 2011 and he’s not going to play nice next session either.
Rob Eissler is the only reason that private school and homeschool students can’t participate in UIL in Texas this year. Only. Heard me? Only.
It’s time for Rob to go.
No. The primary election is around 45 days away and Rob Eissler has over $0.5 million in his campaign warchest. He’s also an incumbent chairman and belongs to the dominant party of the Texas House.
First off, Steve Toth is running against Eissler. Steve’s a homeschool dad, a former pastor, and the owner of 2 small business in the Houston area. I’ve personally had extended talks with Steve and he knows his stuff. Plus, he’s fundraising like a beast.
Second, Rob Eissler’s been asking for this for a long time, and it’s about time we voted him off the island. The homeschoolers are mad, the private-schoolers are mad, and Texan tax-payers are mad.
Rob’s time has come and gone. Now it’s time for him to leave all-together.
Stop reading. Act now.