This who situation is about being politically correct and it stinks........
"God Bless Our Troops in Harms Way."
So you're going to assert that students who are offended by the American Flag have any place whatsoever in the public school district with normal students? If you're offended by the American flag then get the **** out of America, they get offended by the American flag yet think they have the right to a state payed for education? Has this world gone completely bat**** crazy and I just missed the boat or what?I seriously don't know why you even bother to post.
The black and white of Liberalese.Originally Posted by Mickey Shane
This had nothing to do with a dress code. This is a case of a Mexican principal banning something he did not like because of his own bias against a country stupid enough to offer this piece of crap a job instead of shipping him back to the place he belongs.
If it's simply about something innocuous that may or may not piss people off, I'll go back to high school and get a gang of guys to declare that all Hello Kitty accessories are for Nazi support and that they should all be banned.
But DONT YOU DARE TOUCH A MEXICAN FLAG!
NewsRadio 740 - KTRH
Yesterday, a listener’s son was offended that his school, Klein Collins High School, displayed the Mexican flag prominently. His mother called to complain, and the school wouldn’t return her call. The student took the sign down.
The school pitched a fit, reviewed the surveillance tapes, found the student, and suspended him for 3 days. AND he has to pay for the flag. In light of the SF story of students sent home for wearing the AMERICAN flag because it offended the Hispanic students, I thought you’d like to know about a story closer to home
Matthew 10:34Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.
Tell me then should any symbol of Latin American pride be banned due to it being offensive to non-Latin students?Don't kid yourself Rev and those who have bought into your "righteous" indignation. This isn't a situation in which people should be outraged by students not being allowed to wear the American flag as clothing. The students actions here were not "innocent". The school took the actions it did because the students were seeking to create a disturbance, nothing more nothing less.