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    Re: Girl, 11, told by school not to wear 9/11 T-shirt

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    Not if your step parent is a vet, then you can practically wear anything you want to or not wear. She should also not be forced to wear the school uniform like all the other students. As a matter of fact she shouldn't even have to attend school on days she doesn't feel like she needs to.
    For a day that affected the lives of so many Americans, I think they could of bent the rules. They did say that they do have free days, I think they could of just made that one of them... or maybe like a ribbon or something be allowed.

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    Re: Girl, 11, told by school not to wear 9/11 T-shirt

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    People on the right are not into political correctness my left wing friend........we cherish 9/11tshirts.
    Don't let them goat you Navy...we know that little girl has the right to wear a 9/11 t-shirt, or a I love Jesus, or a Santa Clause t shirt if she wants...this is America.

    Anybody can do what ever they like. No Rules...right Navy. We don't need no stinking rules.


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    Re: Girl, 11, told by school not to wear 9/11 T-shirt

    The school was right, Navy. They have uniform standards and can't even break them for 9/11 remembrances.

    I am, however, confused by all of the posts claiming this is "Fox outrage" and all of that. I see no evidence of "outrage" or anything else coming from the Fox article. There is no opining on anything and no accusations similar to what Navy made in his OP (left and political correctness, etc.). Fox wasn't the only outlet to report on this story. Those of you attacking Navy by denigrating Fox are just as guilty as he is of making false claims.

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    Re: Girl, 11, told by school not to wear 9/11 T-shirt

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    Not if your step parent is a vet, then you can practically wear anything you want to or not wear. She should also not be forced to wear the school uniform like all the other students. As a matter of fact she shouldn't even have to attend school on days she doesn't feel like she needs to.
    Wow, sounds like you don't like vets! Yeah, screw them! What have they done for us?
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    Re: Girl, 11, told by school not to wear 9/11 T-shirt

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    I know. His lack of honesty even when exposed is on display for everyone to see. A non-hack admits when they are wrong. Hacks do not.
    This is deserving of a "Hack Knight Award"
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    You have no empirical evidence backing up your false assertion. You are simply conjecturing based on a whim...
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    Re: Girl, 11, told by school not to wear 9/11 T-shirt

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    The school was right, Navy. They have uniform standards and can't even break them for 9/11 remembrances.

    I am, however, confused by all of the posts claiming this is "Fox outrage" and all of that. I see no evidence of "outrage" or anything else coming from the Fox article. There is no opining on anything and no accusations similar to what Navy made in his OP (left and political correctness, etc.). Fox wasn't the only outlet to report on this story. Those of you attacking Navy by denigrating Fox are just as guilty as he is of making false claims.
    Why even run the story? There isn't one.
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    You have no empirical evidence backing up your false assertion. You are simply conjecturing based on a whim...
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    Or maybe "We now understand why women provoke men into hitting them".
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    Re: Girl, 11, told by school not to wear 9/11 T-shirt

    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    Why even run the story? There isn't one.
    You'll have to ask Fox and all of the other outlets that ran the story.

    Yes, I think it was a story. The kid wanted to wear something, and the school has a policy against it. I think we've seen these kinds of stories before. How about the recent story about the little girl who was suspended after she shaved her head to show solidarity with her friend who has cancer? That was a story - and it had a thread on here.

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    Re: Girl, 11, told by school not to wear 9/11 T-shirt

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    You'll have to ask Fox and all of the other outlets that ran the story.

    Yes, I think it was a story. The kid wanted to wear something, and the school has a policy against it. I think we've seen these kinds of stories before. How about the recent story about the little girl who was suspended after she shaved her head to show solidarity with her friend who has cancer? That was a story - and it had a thread on here.
    Once you cut through all the false hyperbole, you find a uniform. No story here.
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    Re: Girl, 11, told by school not to wear 9/11 T-shirt

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony60 View Post
    Wow, sounds like you don't like vets! Yeah, screw them! What have they done for us?
    I'm willing to bet a good amount of money it was sarcasm in case you didn't detect it...
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    Re: Girl, 11, told by school not to wear 9/11 T-shirt

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    The left and political correcctness going a muck.When will it end???

    Girl, 11, told by school not to wear 9/11 T-shirt | Fox News


    Published September 14, 2014

    The stepdaughter of a U.S. veteran was told last week that she was not allowed to wear to school a T-shirt to honor the men and women who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.
    So you're saying that kids shouldn't respect the rules of their school and should just do what they want, huh? Interesting form of "responsibility".
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