"If you don’t have time for political correctness, you don’t have time to be the caretaker of our rights under the Constitution." Kareem Abdul Jabbar, 9/2/2015
that's right in there though:
Granted, it's all one side of the story, but from what the one side is....Later the same chaperone who had complained about Clare’s dress pulled her aside to tell her that some of the dads felt her presence was “too provocative” and liable to cause “impure thoughts” among the males in attendance.
Geez, a guy with a gun says he "felt threatened" and the same people doubting this girl expect everyone to take it at face value. But in this case, well we know she's not telling the truth.
I think the story is a lie. There are words for people who spread lies, and invent stories.
You see, the meme is far too convenient - A bunch of horny homeschooling men can't handle a pretty young girl in a nice dress, so she's thrown out so they don't get too hot and bothered.
It's a laughable, and absurd accusation.
What, the men can't go out in public without getting hot and bothered by the provocative clothing other girls wear in public?
Not buying it for a millisecond.
ProgLibs really need to get a clue if they want to have their fantasies even slightly believable.
Never Forget - Who you vote for counts. If you don't want a President who sees you as irredeemable and deplorable, the choice is clear.
20 to 1, there's history that puts this story into context.
This reeks of small town politics.