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Old 04-22-2013, 06:35 PM   #31
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Well, he's a Liberal so everything he says is right, and he is never wrong.

(at least in his eyes.)
you have to also remember he voted for Obama and thinks he's doing a great job at turning this country around and everything he's done is in our best interests.

funny he won't clarify why he feels that way or what policies led him to vote for Obama.
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In Indiana I had a few older conservative teachers. Some hunted and carried guns. Most of the new fresh from college teachers were more and more liberal though.

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you have to also remember he voted for Obama and thinks he's doing a great job at turning this country around and everything he's done is in our best interests.

funny he won't clarify why he feels that way or what policies led him to vote for Obama.
Nope, and he had the nerve to tell me to man up and answer his question. I did, he still hasn't answered mine.
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Nope, and he had the nerve to tell me to man up and answer his question. I did, he still hasn't answered mine.
that's why your posts and statements have credibility, and his don't!
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Old 04-23-2013, 07:56 PM   #35
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Default Student arrested for wearing an nra shirt to school

http://www.resist1776.info/boy-arrested-for-wearing-an-nra-shirt-to-school/

This is insane and FUBAR. I cannot believe that this is happening all over the united states. Kids getting suspended for having ak 47 screen savers. They objective is to make guns look like weapons of mass terror and evil. Ohhhh save us from the black bazzzoka machine guns. This education system is a joke.
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Maybe the n r a should go to the school district and start handing out free t-shirt promoting gun safety.lol

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The article that you've linked to in your post leaves out a few important points about what really happened. That's okay, facts can be messy. Good luck

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The article that you've linked to in your post leaves out a few important points about what really happened. That's okay, facts can be messy. Good luck
Which facts were missing? I figured it covered the basics.
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Which facts were missing? I figured it covered the basics.
the facts about waht the level the "dispute" was with the teacher.

i will add the pretty much the same comments i made on the other thread in regards to this though.

i too, feel some important facts are not being told, but if it was strictly over the shirt and it's content, then IMO the teacher was wrong.

but did he argue and get out of line and make some lame brained threats towards the teacher? don't know, wasn't there, but neither were any us commenting on this either. if he stepped out of line, then maybe the teacher did the right thing.

his best course of action would have to temporarily complied, told his parents and let them handle it with a lawsuit. because what was printed of the school dress code policy, i didn't see that his shirt was a problem.

i reserve making judgement untill i see further information and facts about this case.
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