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Supposedly there is this 13-year-old American school kid that was recently told by school officials to take down his flag off of his bike here in the US.
Now, Cody has been riding his bike to school for months with the flag attached to his bike, but only on Veterans day he was told to remove it. It appears that some fellow students have been making complaints about his American flag (WTF REALLY?) and therefore it was no longer allowed in school property.
Cody explains that he wants to honor not only his grandfather, Robert a US Army Veteran, but all veterans as explains that in this great country we should have the freedom to acknowledge it therefore he has the right wave his flag where ever he wants to.
Should Middle Schools totally strip away their students' Amendment rights, ESPECIALLY IF THEY ARE F&*(^ING PROMOTING THE US IN THE FIRST PLACE??? The kids were complaining about the flag...wow really? you live in the country, if it really gives you a problem then suck that SH*T up and US CITIZENS shouldn't have to remove US flags to accommodate to your emotions.
Nowadays, I see kids as caring less about their country and what it stands for. Then you have this one kid that actually gives a damn and shows his pride, yet his own American School thinks otherwise.
What does that say about how the school officials feel about their own country?
What kind of example does that set up for the students for that school?
Do we really want those people head of our children's education system?
Oh and here are their emails:
Aaron Delworth - Principal - email@example.com
Elise Domico - Guidance Counselor - firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathy Wade - Principal's Secretary - email@example.com
Jeannie Herrington - Receptionist - firstname.lastname@example.org
Melissa Oei - Campus Supervisor - email@example.com