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Monday, December 31, 2012

17-year-old student suspended from school for her poem about the Sandy Hook Shooter.


Some authorities have decided that the pen of a student is deadlier than any firearm.  Read the story, and the student’s poem, HERE

How in all the midnight darkness of the valley on the west side of Sam Hill did those school-officials manage to perceive that poem as any kind of a threat?  How can they justify suspending the student?  Good Lord, people!  Please get a secure grip on your political correctness and then form a blue-ribbon committee to decide on a safe place where you can STICK IT!

I truly hope that the student’s mother sues that school district for double the amount of a King’s ransom and wins enough to put her daughter through a great college. 


1 comment:

THE FISHING MUSICIAN said...

Imagine the horror if she had DRAWN a picture of a gun instead of "just" writing about it? I've read accounts from the past where some kid got suspended from some uptight school for drawing a picture of a gun.