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    As goes the 2nd Amendment, so goes the rest. The 2nd Amendment is the one that safeguards all the other freedoms. Without it, the rest will fall very quickly.

    There has been a concerted effort to restrict and eliminate most of the 1st Amendment for the last 90 years, and it's getting increasingly worse.

    This student's parents have an air-tight lawsuit against this school. Looks like they will be living high on the hog, unless some shyster lawyer takes most of the settlement.
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    Dang, I guess I will have to send another $100 to the NRA ILA this next week! So much for eating out in restaurants this month.:-(
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    So the 2nd amendment protects a idiot boy's right to wear a shirt with a gun on it which is against the dress code? You might want to do an insane thing and actually read the second amendment, you might see why people keep talking about how it was meant to maintain a regulated militia and NOT to let idiots play cowboy.
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    @DrFunkenstein In my view, a "well regulated militia" has always had the intent of the people being the militia, rather than the military. As far as I know, the U.S. Marines were founded in 1775, a full year before this country was. If we already had a U.S. military force in place at the time the bill of rights were written, shouldn't they have replaced the word militia with marines if the intent was for only the military to have weapons?
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    @DrFunkenstein And yes, your right to defend yourself helps to gaurantee your right to say what you want, live where you want, feel safe on your own property from any intruder, being that bear, thief, or atf agent.
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    Liberals children are allowed to wear Che Guevara shirts to school.
    He was one of the most vile racist / killers in the world.
    and you hear not a word!!! But some child wears an NRA shirt and Liberals explode!!!
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    It is slowly becoming the bill of political collusion,(PC) I would say that someone has violated the 1st,the 2nd & the 10th amendment
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    @Firestorm The school had rules which were NOT violated. If they want to be specific then they should be specific.
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    @marine1 Let's be clear it's a rule not a law. Therefore, it is subjective.

    "A student will not dress or groom in a manner that disrupts the educational process or is detrimental to the health, safety or welfare of others."

    So is my dress example okay?
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    Herr Obama and Frau Pelosi don't LIKE the NRA. Doesn't this kid know that Obama is the truth and the light. Obama's handlers should put out a list of things which are no longer acceptable in their Brave New World rather than hassling our children.
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    I don't think anyone has been hamed by a shirt showing two people having an S&M three-way with a bear, but try getting THAT past the dress code.

    The fact is that there are many kids who are absolutely freaked out by the recent school shootings. Promoting guns in school certainly doesn't help them.
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    @cpeter133 it's a NRA shirt for crying out loud. It's not some kind of subversive threatening message. A gun isn't a bad thing.
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    @GvtMule That is YOUR opinion. Others disagree. And if this shirt causion too much distraction to the educational process then it should not be allowed.

    And before you get huffy, it has nothing to do with the message. My nephew was sent home from school for wearing a shirt that said "real men eat beef." The school said it sparked a debate which became a distraction to the educational process. Another student had a shirt that read "no one died for eating too much salad" they also were sent home.
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    It's a shirt people. How long before the democratic putz public will just ban everything. What about the legislation on a ten day waiting period on the purchase of a Pressure Cooker. Wheres the interactive map being Federally monitored so we can see who around us owns a Pressure Cooker? I know little old ladies everywhere will be upset, be there must now be a Pressure Cooker Registration list. Maybe even a new tax to pay for all the data storage.

    You think I am being funny? Why is this Pressure Cooker any different than a gun? Was it not used to kill innocent people? Where is the outcry to the Putz for help? How about some Executive Orders making it a Felony to possess a Pressure Cooker without the Tax Stamp, same as an automatic weapon? What about the poor survivors of the Sandy Hook tragedy? They were screaming for new laws to keep a gun away, well people what about this proven device that can easily be used to commit mass murder. I can almost see the Sandy Hook people crying while cowering on the floor.

    How can the Democrats be so indifferent to these peoples feelings for not wanting to be around a weapon of mass destruction. Have some balls Democrats. Ban the dang Pressures Cookers today in some special session or have Obama just sign an Executive Order it into law and lets get the National Guard to begin collecting these Pressure Cookers door to door and remove the threat to innocents all across the country.
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    if schools spent time teaching the 3 Rs rather than social engineering and contorl maybe our student would not be so ill prepared for the work force.
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    What's "DISTURBING" is what the school did to the kid. And if you liberals who consider yourselves Christians (if there are any, lol) think it stops with guns (2A), you are sadly mistaken. 1st & 4th ammendments are next.
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    Christian and Democrat is an oxymoron. Christian and abortion is an oxymoron. Christian and bigger government that hurts people is an oxymoron. Christian and removing God from our schools is an oxymoron....
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    OMFG!!! this is insane. The teacher should not have said a damn word! I bought a shirt in high school that was a skull and cross bones but the crossed bones were AR-15s... had it on at school alot and still own it... its a GUN....no... its a freaking PICTURE OF A GUN.... get over it.

    This is embarrassing coming from my home state.... there is hardly a house in WV that doesnt have guns in it.... yet a kid cant have a shirt with a rifle on it?.... PATHETIC!
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    It sounds to me like a violation to the spirit of this child's 1st amendment rights.
    Do they send the liberals children how for wearing a Cuban terrorist shirt? or an Media Matters shirt? what about an yes we can Obama shirt?

    I guess this is why more and more real and true American families are now home schooling their children, so they do not get ruined by liberal union radicals.
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    Are you implying that parents who send their kids to public schools are not "true American families"?
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    I remember a dress code. It went something to the effect of a shirt with the tail tucked in, belt fastened. In those days everyone tied their shoes and pulled their britches up past their crack or they would have laughed out of the county. Dyed t-shirts were a fad that came and went. No code against those as long as the tail were in. It's part of learning to respect rules and laws, which parents are sadly lacking these days, imho. Their code didn't say no logo, just not promoting drugs, etc. BIg difference in a shirt that says he supports the Bill of Rights, which they should also be teaching that with emphasis these days.
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    You have to understand that most school administrators are jackasses. The job is full of failed coaches and the friends of other administrators. They don't pay attention in college if they live in a state where further education is required, otherwise they forget as soon as they can buy a bigger office char. You can't expect them to be wise of even reasonable because they are just so damn stupid. That, at any rate, is my experienced and well informed opinion.
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