April 9, 2009
In view of the fact the mass shootings in San Bernadino are revieling ISIS ties, lets go back to the teachers who profiled the kid is Texas that brought a home made clock project to school. It was in appearance something construed as a possible IED or bomb project, and the kid was arrested. He was about 14, and a Muslim with family from the middle east. Our President, after the entire insodent was deemed a mistake and basically wronged the kid, invites him and his family to the White House, where the nation was chastized in affect for unfairly profiling and discriminating against the kid in school. What kid in junior high has not been in trouble or given a bum wrap for something, but thats part of being a kid unfortunatly. In this case our President makes a national issue over it, but how many mexican kids, African American kids, get profiled as gang members, rousted, interrogated by the cops? When one Muslim kid gets singled out, its a national insodent to our President.
What has the kids family done, but slap the country in the face, by filing a $15 million dollar lawsuit for discrimination and say they are moving back to the middle east. We are told, report what you think is out of the ordinary, and when it was done, this kind of lawsuit. In my state, no kid dares to even take a harmless 2" pocket knife to school. Reciently a school outing to Yosemine, several boys who were eagle scouts took swiss army knives for the camping retreat, and made to turn them in as weapons, when they were about to embark on a backcountry hike. We have gone to the absurd, but when a Muslim kid takes a precieved bomb part to school, he gets a trip to the White House, than sues for $15 million dollars.
What am I missing?
April 9, 2009
December 4, 2009
I don't have much to add to this. But this case was asinine, what the heck! Baloney all over! Baloney!
“Living backwards!” Alice repeated in great
astonishment. “I never heard of such a thing!”
“—but there’s one great advantage in it, that one’s
memory works both ways.”
— Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass