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So, there was a rally this weekend

Fortunately, the kids involved aren’t too smart and haven’t tempered their true feelings about gun owners like most democrats do. They wear the hate proudly. And let the facade slip away. Also, they’re litterbugs.

And that Hogg kid has no irony meter whatsoever. He’s upset that because of the actions of a others, he’s being having his rights restricted:

Its unnecessary, its embarrassing for a lot of the students and it makes them feel isolated and separated from the rest of American school culture where theyre having essentially their First Amendment rights infringed upon because they cant freely wear whatever backpack they want regardless of what it is

That’s his response to having to carry a clear backpack to school. Not one of those assault backpacks. And that would be the fourth amendment, Sprout.

5 Responses to “So, there was a rally this weekend”

  1. mikee Says:

    If Mr. Hogg is an example of the opposition’s best orator, spewing their best arguments, why don’t I already have a free Ma Deuce from the CMP in my garage?

  2. Miles Says:

    Looks like the little SnowFlakes have got the hypocrisy part of being an anti-gun proggie down pat.

  3. Sigivald Says:

    “What I think is important is a fundamental right.

    What you care about is mere frippery to be thrown aside on a whim.”

    There aren’t a lot of real civil libertarians around anymore, if there ever were.

  4. nk Says:

    I support the students of Stoneman Douglas and the residents of Broward County wholeheartedly, and I think they should absolutely, positively, without question, vote out Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Alcee Hastings and Ted Deutch.

  5. poobie Says:

    My freshman year of high school, fall of 1994, we were not allowed to have book bags of any kind. we were also not allowed to wear shorts outside of gym. They introduced student IDs, issued at the school, that year. the nerdier of us promptly used a high end fresnel lens to burn the eyeballs out of the photo.

    They relented on the shorts thing when some snowflake’s mom pointed out how unfair it was that her daughter could wear a miniskirt, but her son was stuck in slacks, sometime my sophomore year. the bookbag thing, they started letting us carry mesh or clear bags again in maybe 1995; that was a high school only rule until sometime after my dad left the board of education. the ID thing got more and more ridiculous over the years, to the point that it’s almost impossible for a visitor to actually visit a classroom now, at least in BHM.

    They’ve done a lot to fix BHM, BTW. it’s not quite as far along as the noog, but no river hurts them there. the school system is gonna sink them though, if they don’t start fixing the neighborhood schools before the hipsters that’re rejuvenating these neighborhoods have kids.

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