Skip to comments.Listen & Learn: Mark Levin on H.S.'s Ban of Wearing Flag on Cinco de Mayo (11/11/11)
Posted on 11/14/2011 6:00:07 AM PST by EricTheRed_VocalMinority
This is a follow-up from an earlier story. On May 5 last year a high school assistant principal in California prohibited students from wearing shirts displaying the American flag because he feared it would incite violence from offended Mexican students. Yes, you read that right.
Well, the issue went to federal court and the judge ruled on the side of ... the assistant principal.
Don't try to simmer down just yet. Here's The Great One last Friday -- Veteran's Day -- discussing the ruling. The second of the two clips is really moving: it contains comments from four callers, two of whom are Hispanic themselves and are thoroughly disgusted by the threat of violence from the Mexican students, the action of the assistant principal, and the decision of the federal judge.
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Since the principal can’t control the savage Mexicans (probably not trying hard enough) and the judge says the principal did the right thing by banning the American flag in an American school for the American kids’ safety, therefore appeasing the savages but insulting the aggrieved students, isn’t it about time the parents of these students tell the principal they don’t feel safe or confortable in that environment and they’ll look elsewhere for an education?
I would think it’s about time.
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