Do these students even understand the history behind cinco de mayo?
I doubt it. Just another way to squash freedom of expression if it has ANYTHING to do with being an American.
We have fought long and hard to maintain our rights in this country.
The day anybody in my family is told to take off anything associated with our American flag will be a cold day in hell.
Somebody is always offended about something. So sad, too bad. The word "offensive" is one of the most overused words today in our country.
The shirts in "question" have been worn before and will continue to be worn.
Whether these students wore them to start "trouble" is moot. They had the right to wear them, regardless of some unseen reason for hurt feelings and a general need for some to play victim.