posted on Jan, 8 2005 @ 07:54 PM
I'd say it's intolerable, but then again, anything can be tolerated for the greater good right? That's the message we'll be hearing soon, maybe
after the next false flag Columbine we'll all get the message and fall in line. I for one would have taken great offense if my child came home and
relayed that story to me. I would be speaking to those teachers, and those cops, that night. My lawyer would be standing right beside me, polishing
I want to believe that this sort of thing is isolated, but the truth is, since Columbine and before, children have been more like prisoners than
students in their schools. The American education system has no right to suck as bad as it does, given the size, wealth, and (former)reputation of
our country. I remember once in high school I found two fifty dollar bills on the floor of class. I took them, spent them, and the next day I found
out that it belonged to the teacher. If she had tried to strip search us, or have the cops do it, there would have been a riot, plain and simple.
One year, the school tried to stop some seniors from saying a prayer at graduation for their classmate who had died in a drunk driving accident. The
administration thought it set a bad precedent. Well, when the students heard they weren't going to be allowed to do a tribute, they picked up chairs
and desks and easels and bats and they trashed the lobby of the school, en masse. The tribute went ahead as planned.
So these cops and teachers are picking on a bunch of ten year olds, they are at least smart enough not to pick on someone their own size. The
administration should be removed, the police should be assigned a desk and lots of tedious paperwork for the rest of their careers. I wouldn't be
surprised if the cops or the teachers got beat down in the middle of the night, little pipe massage if you know what I'm sayin..Now I wouldn't do
the beating mind you, but as Edward Abbey once said "I'd hold the flashlight."