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yes

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is very cool
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Setzaroth wrote:

hannah-goes-rawr wrote:

those poor mexicans weren't given the freedom to beat up the kids sporting a patriotic symbol. what an injustice to the world.


So you're advocating criminals ruling our lives then?


i advocate the freedom for criminals to freely do stuff. because their freedom of expression is so undermined by all of our childish wants like "safety." 

 

it should be noted that i think the issue of violence should strike greater concern than offending the latino students. HOWEVER the action taken seemed suitable since nobody has addressed the violence. if you have to go so far as to douse freedom of expression, that means it's time for action to be taken about why freedom of expression needs to be undermined. safety should come first, sadly, since the school could be held liable if the students had the holy daylights beaten out of them.

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I would like to have a moose syrup flag. 

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KZMProductionsGT wrote:

I'm getting real tired of this America. People being so sensitive, political correctness, two way streets/double standards/hypricrosy when it comes to race/gender/orientation/religion

f this


Amen KZM, AMEN!

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KZMProductionsGT wrote:

I'm getting real tired of this America. People being so sensitive, political correctness, two way streets/double standards/hypricrosy when it comes to race/gender/orientation/religion

f this


Well said KZM.

 

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KZMProductionsGT wrote:

I'm getting real tired of this America. People being so sensitive, political correctness, two way streets/double standards/hypricrosy when it comes to race/gender/orientation/religion

f this


the whole "bullying" thing of the mid 2000's is what started it all.

apparently over the past 30-40 years a lot of humans de-evolved into wusses who cant handle life issues everyone has faced since the dawn of time and they feel the need to blame people for their own mistakes/shortcomings.


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I hope that I have raised my children well enough that they would also refuse to turn their shirts inside out instead of blindly following orders.  Good for those students for refusing.

If the sight of the U.S. flag incites you to violence, it is clearly you that has a problem.  When did our flag become a symbol of hate anyway?



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I hope that I have raised my children well enough that they would also refuse to turn their shirts inside out instead of blindly following orders.  Good for those students for refusing.

If the sight of the U.S. flag incites you to violence, it is clearly you that has a problem.  When did our flag become a symbol of hate anyway?


Excellent question, I too would like to know if anyone has an answer.

 

 

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