Skip to comments.Bikers Escort Cody Alicea To School ( Two Videos )
Posted on 11/15/2010 7:36:32 PM PST by george76
Remember that student who was told to take the American flag off of his bike because tolerance or racism or George Bush or whatever? Yeah. Try telling that to all of these folks, California.
For those without video, 13 year old Cody Alicea was escorted to Denair Middle School by veterans and bikers, all proudly flying the American flag on their bikes
(Excerpt) Read more at redstate.com ...
Carrying American flags on their rumbling motorcycles, a group of bikers escorted a Denair boy to school Monday after a controversy involving a flag on his bike.
Why was the kid told to take the flag of his bike????
LOL I LUV IT!!!!!!!
That video made my day !!
Thank you for the video post very uplifting....
School District Superintendent Edward Parraz said Cody Alicea, 13, was told not to fly the U.S. flag from his bike after complaints from other students to avoid “racial tension.”
Racial tension? This is not Mexico, and students who want to be Mexicans should be reminded that they are in a country much richer and safer.
Does my heart good:)
It’s a good day when a young man stands up for his rights and his country.
Way to go Cody and supporters!
“This is not Mexico, and students who want to be Mexicans should be reminded that they are in a country much richer and safer”
No. If they want to be mexicans, ship their *sses back to mexico.
It offended La Raza Mexicans and the Mexifornia school district folded like a cheap lawn chair. There are clearly patriots in California not a lot but some and they showed their colors for this great kid.
Gee, I wonder why. I was hoping I could leave a nice missive for all our liberal friends over at YouTube...
Wow. How cool was that? We win!
We win, they lose.
ping - watch the videos.
The foreign racists threatening “racial tension” in an American school should have been expelled from the school. I thought we do not tolerate racist threats and violence in this country.
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