Good God, the assumptions never stop.Hell, it was probably her parents that bought or procured the shirt for her.
Didn't claim it did. You, however, claim your experience does.Just because you and your little clique in high school expressed rebellion against parental authority in an odd way doesn't make it the norm.
No, it's part of my observation of YOU.It is part of your obvious partisan prejudice to assume I wouldn't say the same thing if the tables were turned and an Obama shirt had been the center of the incident.
And I've done this, where? Gosh, generalize some more; you have a knack for it.I think it must be a key trait of the modern right to believe that everyone is as unscrupulous as they are. I guess when you go around calling people "Obamabots"
I know many liberals who aren't hacks. You, however, are not one. Thank you for proving it nearly line-by-line.
You said she was "parroting her parent's views" with no qualification, and you defended it when called on it, so yes, in fact, you have.I haven't said it isn't possible the girl's views are diametrically opposed to her parents'.
If you want to backpedal from it now, as of course you SHOULD, so noted.
That doesn't mean they are either insincere OR programmed by her parents.The chances are just very small given the circumstances and regardless of where they originate from they can't be based on any real and substantial life experience because she has none.
Apparently you think YOU did, when you said it was only natural that they would because she wore the shirt. Backpedaling from that now, too?As for the motivation of the students who may or may not attack her over this, who knows?