Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 12:39
As most of you know, Steffi the Doublewide Bitch Supreme is a
poor-excuse for a teacher. As such, she’s had to deal with her share of miscreants and malcontents. Unfortunately, due to the fact that this society worships at the Altar Of The God Of Self-Esteem, her options for dealing with such crumb-crunching types is, shall we say, quite limited. One of the few conditions with which Her Son’s Father (lest she forget) does truly sympathize.
Anyway, the Department of Isn’t That A Wee Bit Of Overkill? runs this up our flagpole, leaving His Rudeness shaking his head and wondering what ever happened to a good whack upside the noggin.
James City County Police arrested an eight-year-old boy who allegedly had a violent outburst in school.
Authorities say he head-butted his teacher and kicked an assistant principal when he was told he couldn’t go outside to play with other students.
Now, this would put said tyke somewhere in the neighborhood of second grade. And an adult teacher and an adult assistant principal couldn’t handle him (snicker), so they had to call the police.
The four-foot pupil was led away from Williamsburg’s Rawls Byrd Elementary School in handcuffs Tuesday and charged with disorderly conduct and assault and battery.
I think it’s a damned shame that Fox News wasn’t there to videotape that perp walk. I mean, wouldn’t you have loved to have been there to see that? (chuckle)
Major Stan Stout says the student began tossing chairs and turning over desks after a teacher – and later the assistant principal – tried to stop him from joining his classmates.
The child was later released to his parents.
Who, if this kid’s behavior is any indication, promptly took him out for an ice cream sundae and a cheeseburger to soothe his injured psyche. Because I guaran-damn-tee you – if that little punk were being properly disciplined, said tantrum wouldn’t have happened in the first place.
As it is, he’ll make a nice little Democrat some day…
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 0:01
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Just in case you’d forgotten. Certainly John McCain and Russ Feingold did a long time ago.
They’re now talking about extending this unconstitutional piece of bullshit called the Campaign Finance Reform Act of 2002 to the Blogosphere.
If the McRINO-Foolsgold Dissent-Squashing Brigades get their way, episodes like Forgerygate threaten to become a thing of the past, as ISPs will be required to shut down bloggers who get too uppity. Can’t have no squealin’ whilst pickin’ dat dere cotton, y’know.
For my part, let me make my position on this very clear: