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Jun 8, 2013

Illegal for kids to say gun in US

 Imaage: When this guy makes it to preschool he will be in real trouble for this.
Anti gun frantics in the education system seem particularly fond of picking on school children of late, especially the younger ones. 

Recently we have seen kids picked on and bullied by school authorities for a number of ‘gun related’ activities, from having cap guns, drawing guns, eating gun shapes into biscuits, pointing fingers and saying bang, right through to something involving bubble gum that was too bloody stupid to bother reading.  There was even a three year old deaf preschooler who was ordered to change his name from Hunter because the sign used resembled a gun, (Not making this up.)
Now a child has been interrogated and suspended for mentioning the word gun: 
Bruce Henkelman of Huntingtown says his son, a sixth grader at Northern Middle School in Owings, was talking with friends about the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre when the bus driver hauled him back to school to be questioned by the principal, Darrel Prioleau. 
"The principal told me that with what happened at Sandy Hook if you say the word 'gun' in my school you are going to get suspended for 10 days," Henkelman said in an interview with WMAL.com. 
So what did the boy say?  According to his father, he neither threatened nor bullied anyone. 
"He said, I wish I had a gun to protect everyone. He wanted to defeat the bad guys. That's the context of what he said," Henkelman said. "He wanted to be the hero."

 Image: The origin of a liberal tradition.

The boy was questioned by the principal and a sheriff's deputy, who also wanted to search the family home without a warrant, Henkelman said. "He started asking me questions about if I have firearms, and [the deputy said] he's going to have to search my house.  Search my house?  I just wanted to know what happened." 
No search was performed, and the deputy left Henkelman's home after the father answered questions in a four-page questionnaire issued by the Sheriff's Office. … 
… The ACLU's Kumar said there are too many cases of school officials coming down hard on students for relatively harmless offenses.
How stupid and inadequate is the ACLU in the first place to regard this as an offense? These people have no concept of the rule of law.
These actions are nothing to do with safety, nor solving any perceived problem of gun violence. They are liberal political correctness mixed with an unhealthy dose of histrionics posing as public safety.  These people are child abusers.

2 comments:

  1. You can hear the goosestepping.

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  2. The one that really makes me mad is the fascist bus driver who probably saw this as his first and only chance to have a little empowerment in his otherwise drab wretched life.

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