I'm fine with that warning for the very reasons that you stated. Unfortunately I have seen homeschooling organizations go the route of lobbying the government, opposing these types of programs. That's where I have problems because in that case it a homeschooling organization seeking to limit the educational choices of other families.
Codder too: I did not mean to imply that HSLDA endorsed this particular proposal, although a review of my post certainly could have led you to believe that.
I meant to use the HSLDA example to point out how sometimes perfectly reputable homeschool organizations take positions that, if carried out, limit the educational choices for parents.
PMCarey said this better in his post, an excerpt of which I've posted above.
For the record: I like HSLDA and support them, but I don't personally endorse every single position they take. Sort of like my relationship with the National Republican Party.