February 23, 2005

Assault with a Deadly....Rubber Band?

OH NO!!! The HORROR! A student run amok attacked his teacher and threatened her with serious bodily harm! Whats a poor school system to do? Give him a ten day suspension while preparing expulsion procedings of course!

The crime? a seventh grader tossed a rubber band on the teachers desk when she requested that he take it off his wrist and give it to her.....I am shocked! SHOCKED I tell you! HOW could this young man have gone SO WRONG at such a young age?

The charge? Assault with a weapon intended to do bodily harm (he could have put the teachers eye out!)

The punishment? The student was charged with a level four offense -- the highest Level at the school. Other violations that also receive level 4 punishment include arson, assault and battery, bomb threats and explosives, according to the Code of Student Conduct.

John Gomez (AHA! must be a member of a violent Latino gang!/sarcasm off) (had to throw that in, after all, Moonbats KNOW how racist we evil right wing types are!) has been suspended for ten days, pending an investigation and an expulsion hearing.

This is yet another demonstration of the state to which our Public School system Indoctrination Centers have sunk.

I hope that young master Gomez's mother takes to the courts and stikes a good blow for the return of common sense. This is one time that the courts should be used, if the school officials persist in this idiocy.

PC, zero tolerance and a general lack of common sense seem to be the rule rather than the exception of the day.

Until that common sense returns, it behooves all parents that can, to
home school or avail themselves of a private school.

It's too bad that more parents aren't in that level of ability/affluance to do so. After all, the State needs those taxes to provide for the drones that can't seem to do anything for themselves anymore but protest what a raw deal they have in life, and can't Nanny be more generous?

Posted by Delftsman3 at February 23, 2005 09:07 PM
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