It sounds like those “confiscating” the flags needed to be stuffed in their garbage flags. Useless moron ingrates.
Why aren’t people defending the Flag?
so they leave it up to just the military?
These kids cannot even think. They should not be allowing this. The dean of students should not allow it.
If I had my child there, I’d pull him out, I wouldn’t care about some hockey scholarship or all of his new 1%er friends.
I’d have him and the dean, whom I am paying, to explain to me why this is allowed to go one when we are paying 100s of Gs in tuition.
If I didn’t get a good answer, Phoenix on line, now. Empty your room I have a uhaul
The parents are to blame.
The parents on both sides.
Sticks and stones break Leftist bones.
Stupid, liberal-brainwashed college kids acting out their training to hate America, the land that gave them their cushy life and freedom to ‘protest’ American ‘imperialism’, a word most of them likely can’t even define. That the college allows this kind of idiocy is outrageous and indicates that we are in for some tough times as this brainwashed generation matures and begins to have real power.
Maybe these two small town Texans could go up to snobby Middlebury and show them how it’s done.
It’s not as if, by the way, a majority of the Middlebury kids have not been personally affected by 9/11. I can name names.
Texas Teens Save Alleged Kidnap Victim Who Mouthed Help Me From Car
http://abcnews.go.com ^ | september 5, 2013
Why didn’t one of these little wussies just say “no” and stop them?
One day there are going to be some serious physical confrontations over this typr of thing. When it happens let’s hope the left will finally look at itself in the mirror and realize what they have sown.
...four females and one male stuffing the miniature flags into black trash bags....
That is not a protest; it is vandalism. And it should be dealt with as such.
Is there any way I can communicate with Mr. Kinney? I want to suggest bringing up charges against these scumbags.
On another thread I commented on the magnificent display of lighted flags on a huge hill at Pepperdine University, on the Pacific Coast Highway, CA.
It may be up until Sunday - do not know for sure - they were still there last night.
In the most peaceful stillness you have ever seen.
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