We Need Stricter Enforcement on This

Posted on March 20, 2014 4:00 pm

A central Ohio principal suspended a 10-year-old boy from school for three days for pretending his finger was a gun.

So, if he’d made a fist, would he have been in trouble for concealed carry without a permit?

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11 Responses to “We Need Stricter Enforcement on This”

  1. blarg says:

    good thing they didn’t search him and find the “arsenal” of assault fingers he was packing on the ends of his hands

  2. walruskkkch says:

    It’s only going to get worse if parents don’t start taking a mind to what is going on in the schools and demand that the district administrators start changing the regulations that guide such stupidity on the part of the Principals and start calling very publicly for his termination. Silence equals assent for the Left and only loud voices will put a stop to the madness.

  3. Jimmy says:

    Gee, the principal was lucky his head wasn’t blown clean off.

  4. Not an NSA Spy says:

    I’d even go as far as to call thata mild case compared to this story. Zero tolerance has to go.

    http://wavy.com/2014/03/19/student-suspended-for-taking-razor-from-self-harming-classmate/

  5. blarg says:

    This from people who preach tolerance.

  6. c64wood says:

    @4

    What they are doing is teaching the kids to not get involved. The tragedy of intended unintended consequences.

    There are frequent news stories where people will ignore and step over injured and dead people.

    That girl should be honored and be held as an example for others

  7. Oppo says:

    I can’t even picture a world where little boys aren’t allowed to run around pretend-shooting each other; whether it’s cops & robbers, cowboys & Indians, or army men. Nor do I want to imagine it — it’s perfectly natural and healthy. I can only wonder where that repressed energy is being re-directed to.

    Also, they can’t touch girls, play a growing list of schoolyard games like dodgeball, or celebrate holidays in school. These kids are going to be messed up, seriously.

  8. Oppo says:

    Oh, and it sounds like they need a teacher—pew-pew-pupil conference.

  9. Iowa Jim says:

    I have a whole list of things from which I would like to suspend that principal. The tallest building in town is one of them.

  10. Not an NSA Spy says:

    @6 Exactly my thought. What makes me sick and furious is that the school administration seems rather apathetic to the fact that this boy could have died if she hadn’t acted in the way she did. Any principal with a shred of morality wouldn’t have allowed punishment of that girl, even if doing so would cost them their job because of zero tolerance policies.

    If you watch the video, the girls says in the interview that she was instructed by not to talk to other students about what happened if she was allowed to go back to school tomorrow. Sounds to me like they are unwilling to own their own cowardly actions of hiding behind Zero Tolerance.

  11. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    The kid should have said it was gay sign language for I wanna butt slam you and he would have been fine.

    A fist is like….a sawed off shotgun, you get federal detention for that.

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