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Conservative Actress Throws Down Again: Obama Admin 'Bunch of Bullies' Who Are 'Out of Touch

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"...for them to deny a child a better education because of the color of their skin is ludicrous"

(Credit: Fox News via YouTube)

Since actress Stacey Dash has gone public with her conservative points of view — namely endorsing Mitt Romney for president last year — she's come under a volley of criticism from the left.

But that hasn't shut her up.

(Credit: Fox News via YouTube)

At issue for Dash right now is Attorney General Eric Holder who, along with other federal officials, are suing the state of Louisiana over its voucher system — the suit seeks to block the state from issuing new tuition vouchers in some districts under desegregation orders, according to Fox News.

But the program opens the door for about 8,000 students from low-income families in school districts graded C, D or F to use public money to attend private schools, costing the state about $45 million per year, Fox News reports.

Louisiana's Republican Governor Bobby Jindal — along with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, also a Republican — are demanding the Justice Department back down...and now Dash is joining the fight.

“I just think it’s absurd," Dash tells FOX411. "The natural evolution of a well-educated populous is integration, and for them to deny a child a better education because of the color of their skin is ludicrous and defeating the purpose. It shows just how out-of-touch this administration is with their own people that they say they want to help…This is not 1965."

“This is proof to me that this administration is a bunch of bullies," Dash noted. "They need to drop these charges."

“The school system has become a part of this huge government machine, governed by people who aren’t close to the situation. That’s why I’m a Republican. I believe in small government. That’s what I am fighting for with this country,” Dash said. “The government is just too big and we have to make it smaller, people are getting lost.”

While Dash supported Romney in the 2012 election, she says she voted for Obama in the 2008 election...and not for particularly political reasons.

“I didn’t know anything about [Obama] when I voted for him in 2008. My choice to do so was purely because he was black. Naively, I thought he would be the right person for the job but unfortunately it didn’t turn out that way,” Dash explained. “Obama had the opportunity to really unite this country in such a profound way, but instead he has done the opposite. We are so divided right now, everything has become about race, more than I’ve ever known in my lifetime.”

Here's a clip of Dash being interviewed by Sean Hannity in regard to vouchers and her conservative stances:

(H/T: Business Insider)

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