As usual, the politicians talk about the great things they'll do and talk about--but nothing about ways to increase the power of parents when it comes to education choices. If the great Plan A of each candidate falls through, what is Plan B for families? As usual, even the Democrats on the stage who have supported education choice in the past are afraid to mention it. I guess they still remember the way Lieberman got beat up back in 2000, and these candidates may still want to run as the VP...