Helping Obama

Posted on January 10, 2013 9:00 am

In Chapin, South Carolina, a Chapin High School (go Eagles!) English teacher took down an American flag and stomped on it.

The story doesn’t identify the teacher, and it says it’s not entirely clear why the teacher did it, but the students will have a permanent replacement for the rest of the year.

The suspended teacher hasn’t commented on the situation. However, he should take comfort. He’s now at the top of Obama’s short list to be the new Secretary of Education.

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12 Responses to “Helping Obama”

  1. NoMoBama says:

    Suspended? Up here that means a paid vacation. I assume they have unions down there too so I guess this guy is getting the same “punishment”.

    The ACLU will probably fight for him to get overtime suspension pay. HE HAS RIGHTS!!!!!! It’s in the Constitution!!!!!

  2. NoMoBama says:

    Campbell, James
    Position: Study Hall Assistant

    yup, they got unions

  3. Jimmy says:

    I suspect the “not” should be a “now.”

  4. Jay says:

    Your d@mned right he’s not on the short list. He’s got the job!

  5. tomg51 says:

    Suspended by…

    the elastic of his underwear?
    a rope with 13 wraps?
    his thumbs?
    a thread over a pit of alligators?

  6. Jimmy says:

    Sneaky Basil.

  7. Basil says:

    You folks were correct. It was supposed to say “now” and not “not.”

    Which means that, even with the mistake, you understood. You get me.

  8. Jimmy says:

    We always ‘get you,’ Basil. And fortunately, lately, we’ve been getting more of you!

  9. NoMoBama says:

    I cdnuolt blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty uesdnatnrd waht I was rdanieg.

  10. NoMoBama says:

    *that’s how most things look before spell check takes over

  11. NoMoBama says:

  12. RAML says:

    He was fired or what ever the PC term is sometime before 5 pm jan 10 for reason barely having anything to do with dishonoring the flag.

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