Skip to comments.Politics: 2nd grader suspended for possession of imaginary hand grenades
Posted on 02/05/2013 12:24:00 PM PST by Morgana
More asinine overreaction from the quivering minds of school officials
In Loveland Colorado, about 45 minutes North of Denver, a 7-year-old 2nd grader has been suspended for trying to save the world. It appears that the boy lobbed "an imaginary grenade into a box with what he called pretend evil forces inside."
According to the child, he pretended to blow up the box "so nothing can get out and destroy the world."
Thank God he wasn't carrying a Hello Kitty Bubble Gun, a small piece of paper, or a pointed finger. Who knows what kind of imaginary trauma he could have caused with one of those.
(Excerpt) Read more at caintv.com ...
Best response that I was previously that that all children wishing to throw imaginary grenades should tell their educators (if one can really stomach using that word) that they were tossing imaginary condoms in approval of a passing gay parade.”
I am done puling punches. I am too old for that crud. I shamelessly ripped off that comment and posted it on the article in question. Hope you don’t mind...
There needs to be an imaginary waiting period before using imaginary grenades. If we could save one imaginary life, I’d imagine it would be worth it.
Question: Where the heck are we going to get real men who will join the military and protect all these namby pamby liberals if they don’t stop the wussificaition of America? All these stories are beyond stupid!
These are the same people who want to define “common sense gun control”. The only problem is, they haven’t got any common sense.
When can we start tarring, feathering, and hanging these bastard indoctrinators for real?
“Where the heck are we going to get real men who will join the military”
That’s the agenda, FRiend. Meanwile the future enemy soldiers are throwing rocks at tanks and being trained in beheading and field stripping an AK.
Why don’t they arrest all the teachers for possession of imaginary brains?
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