Skip to comments.Seventh Grade girl beaten over election
Posted on 11/10/2004 6:53:47 AM PST by dormee
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I.e., Democrats parent as vilely as they vote.
The DemonRats sure learn hooliganism at a young age.
A reflection of some unstable parents at home and too many hours watching FerenHype 9/11.
Ugly stuff....and just another reason to check out educational alternatives to government schools.
Not very strategic. She's assaulting Bush supporters in a state where she is literally surrounded by them. It's amazing she didn't end up on the wrong end of a brawl.
The culture divide goes deeper than you know. Kids are part of the great division and the lawless libs are not above making a point with their fists. Brownshirts always feel superior and entitled to push their opponents around.
Little Jr Union Thugette?
she needs to move to the north...
Amen! Her parents should move to one of the "Blue States."
Rock Hill is 37.33% black. I wonder if this girl was black with black parents who voted for Bush.
If it had happened here, she would have been beaten silly by about half of the student body while the other half cheered them on.
As I read this, it sounds more like it was the SIXTH grade girl who was beaten.
I'm sorry, maybe it's me, but the link that you've provided gives no information to the article that you posted. Is there something I'm missing? Could someone please post a link??? Thanks...
Now perhaps her parents will wake up to the effects of the venomous hate they have been spewing along with the likes of Michael Moore. Children are listening, and this one has apparently learned all about the Party of Tolerance. Her parents should be ashamed.
If that tramp even touched my daughter I'd sue her and her entire family for every penny of welfare they receive !
You are right. Either the media mangled their title, or the perp was beaten by Bush.
Abolish government schools and the problems begin to dissipate.
That seventh grade bully will grow up to be a fine union enforcer someday. She's got a lot of potential for just such a career.
Yup, It's all about values
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