If You Like Your Liberalism, You Can Keep It

Melody Valentin And Her Paper GunOf course, if you don’t like your liberalism, but attend a public school, you’re going to sit back, shut up, and enjoy it.

Or, in the case of Melody Valentin, you’ll be suspended for possession of a deadly piece of ripped paper.

A Philadelphia elementary school student was scolded and searched by administrators in front of her entire class after she pulled out a paper gun in class last week.

Melody Valentin’s mother, Dianna Kelly, tells Fox 29 that school officials went too far when they reportedly punished her daughter for pulling out the gun, which she says looks like a folded sheet of paper. One of the fifth grader’s classmates reportedly saw the paper gun and notified administrators as she was going to throw it away.

“He yelled at me and said I shouldn’t have brought the gun to school and I kept telling him it was a paper gun but he wouldn’t listen.” (H/TProof and 911)

As a result, the Obama administration is crafting legislation to ban paper. For the children.

17 thoughts on “If You Like Your Liberalism, You Can Keep It

  1. RayNAiken

    You know…..if I were Supreme Dictator I would have given that “GUN” to the school administrator and told him/her to shoot it.
    I would tell him/her that if I did not smell burning gunpowder and see a bullet hole somewhere “I’m about to kick your stupid ass.”

  2. Wyatt Earp Post author

    Ray – Pretty good administrating there. This is idiocy in action, especially since the piece of paper looks more like an “L” than a gun.

    1. RayNAiken

      It looks nothing like a gun. Which part is the grip and which is the barrel? Where do you load the thing and with what? No one wants responsibility for making what should have been an easy decision. The “No tolerance” mindset is absence of leadership.

  3. loaded dice in vegas

    ….and these are the “enlightened” educators or our children?

    Folks, we are royally screwed………………………..

  4. proof

    Wyatt, Wyatt, Wyatt! Paper beats rock, and rock beats scissors! If one student is allowed to bring paper into the classroom, sooner or later, one of the teachers is going to be expected to teach them something to write down on those papers. We can’t have that!

  5. Wyatt Earp Post author

    LDIV – It’s why I send my kids to Catholic school.

    Proof – True story: The School District of Philadelphia has stopped teaching students cursive writing. Imagine when these morons have to sign a check or sign for a loan.

  6. HeSaidHisTelehoneNumberWas911

    They say you can’t teach common sense, and evidently you don’t need it *to* teach. I remember the “yellow lined paper you get in Kindergarten, with chunks of wood in it” that Bill Cosby used to joke about. I have to wonder if it meets Sen. Fiend-stien’s “one characteristic” test?

  7. Wyatt Earp Post author

    911 – I assume paper airplanes are banned, too. What with the resemblance to fighters and such.

    Old NFO – And to put a 5th grader through that. I’m not litigious, but I’d sue the school district for everything they had.

  8. Mike47

    Anyone who wonders why the population is becoming increasingly stupid (evidence: Obummer’s re-election) need only look at examples of stupid people in charge of educating our children. This is an even bigger long-term threat than the government trying to usurp the Constitution and remove our rights.

  9. Ingineer66

    It is much easier to hassle a little girl about a paper “L” than it is to hassle the drop out selling weed at the bike racks.

  10. Jon Brooks

    Since liberals are that stupid and lacking in common sense I would have loved to have been there for the kid to point it at the administrator and watch him/her/it dive for cover under their desk.

    Back in my day if a teacher were really that stupid they would have been hounded by the majority of the student body until they were a gibbering drooling mass of hysteria cringing in the corner. There would have been absolutely ZERO respect for a teacher like that.

    My advice to the students is draw an M60 on a fresh piece of paper and use it to take over the school. However they may have to draw claymores on a few other pieces of paper and spread them around the school grounds to prevent the SWAT teams from entering. Of course then the physics students just might draw a nuclear weapon on a piece of legal paper, then OH MY GAWD you really have a problem, and you then you would be forced to meet their demands of adding calories and sugar back into cafeteria lunches. I shudder to think what the art students could come up with.

  11. Jim Scrummy

    Wow, if a teacher did that to my kid, I’d COWBOY THE F UP on their buttcheeks and any administrator. I still have a rolodex full of lawyers names from my lobbying daze, plus having a sibling as a reformed lawyer (still licensed, doesn’t practice), I’d be throwing everything and the kitchen sink at these idiots. I am not a lawyer up type of person, but in this stupidity, yep.

    What’s really amazing, when I was a kid around this age, one of my close friend’s and I use to draw war pictures all the time. I loved drawing the Sherman Tank and Halftracks, so did he. Never, ever, got in trouble, just boyhood stuff. He ended up being a Force Recon Marine (his dad fought in Korea, as a Marine), and doing numerous tours in OIF and OEF (he’s retired now).

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