Skip to comments.Liberal Bullying and the War on Testosterone
Posted on 01/10/2014 11:34:52 AM PST by Drew McKissick
Every time you turn on the news or open a newspaper anymore youre treated to updates on Americas latest crisis: bullying.
From breathless accounts of how someone posted mean stories about someone else on Facebook, or how one kid teased another for being ugly or otherwise different, to national public awareness campaigns complete with websites and taxpayer funding, its everywhere.
If one didnt know better it would be easy to think that Americas children have suddenly been infected with some new virus thats running rampant throughout the population and that doom lies ahead.
But like so many other things in our culture today, the definition of what constitutes bullying is all over the map and has become entwined with issues as far ranging as weapons and sexual harassment.
At one school recently, a seven year old boy was suspended for gnawing his pop-tart into the shape of a gun. At another, a ten year old boy was suspended when a classmate told his teacher that he motioned with his arms as though shooting an imaginary bow and arrow, (so cowboys and Indians is definitely out as approved playground activity). Elsewhere, a six year old boy was suspended for sexual harassment because he kissed a female classmate on the hand.
We even have school districts with mercy rule policies against bullying in sports, (AKA running up the score), which teaches kids that if you cant stop the other guy, the government will do it for you. ...
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Not big on comments either, are you?
Best thing to do to a bully is kick their sorry rear ends. Then Bslap them silly until they gain some sense.
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