Friday, May 31, 2013

And so it continues!

5 Year Old Boy Interrogated Over Cap Gun Until He Pees His Pants, Suspended For 10 Days

The herd mentality! Pretty much says it all.

And also in the news:

A ten-year-old boy was suspended for waving around a pizza slice that he thought had a gun shape.
An entire community was put into lock down, because a teen had a rap on his phone that included the lyrics ““Chillin’ out, maxin’, relaxin’ all cool, And all shootin’ some b-ball outside of the school” (from the theme song to The Fresh Prince of Bel Aire.”
A school threatened to arrest a high school student and questioned his mental health because he had a picture of an Air Soft gun on his phone.
A five-year-old was subjected to a full body search, threatened with arrest, yelled at, and suspended for ten days . . . because she told a friend about the “Hello Kitty” bubble-gun she had at home.
A six-year-old girl was kicked off of campus for the rest of the school year because she brought a broken Air Soft gun to school for show-and-tell.
When a fifth-grade girl brought a paper gun to school that her grandfather had made, the teacher confiscated it, searched her, and yelled at her in front of her classmates.
A seven-year-old was suspended from school for throwing an imaginary grenade at a box.
A middle school girl with braces on her teeth was suspended for bringing a butter knife to school so that she cut fruit in bite-sized pieces.
A five-year-old boy was kicked out of school for building a gun out of Lego bricks.
A parent had his real (licensed) guns confiscated because his son threatened to get a friend with a water gun.
A school suspended and had arrested a middle school student who wore an NRA t-shirt showing a classic rifle, along with the slogan “Protect Your Rights.”
A seven-year-old boy, whose father served in the Marines, was kicked out of school for holding a pencil like a gun as he pretended to be his father.
A kindergartener was put in detention for building a Lego gun the size of a quarter’s diameter.
The lunatics truly have taken over the asylum, and they’re holding our children hostage.

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