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The article seems to indicate (in my mind at least) that they just don't want people being rude to Obama. For instance, it sounds to me like it would be acceptable to, say, debate the merits or lack thereof of Obama, but not acceptable to jump up and shout the N-word. It's one thing to disagree with somebody, and another to just throw out catcalls and insults, and I think it's the latter they want to stop.
My question is, why is it not ok to voice opinion on this election unless it is very much pro-Obama? Take for expample the attached news article. The SCHOOL has decided there will be no anti-Obama sentiment allowed. What sort of message does this send?
Couple this with the fact that any scrutiny of Obama's background results in a racist label. Is this the change we were promised? Just the other day a student in our class was asked if he had "racial issues" by a member of the staff after pointing out that Obama has freely admitted to coc aine use, which he pointed out was the same as confessing to a felony in our state.