Remember when that 6-year-old national security menace had the gall to brandish a lego gun (roughly the size of a quarter) on his school bus, leading to his suspension and written apology whatsapp update lässt sich nicht herunterladen?
All great moments in national security.
Now some asinine Republican from Texas is trying to put a stop to the scourge that is children who brandish imaginary weapons, by defunding schools that punish such behavior herunterladen.
Via the Hill:
Rep jpg bilder kostenlos. Steve Stockman (R-Texas) introduced legislation this week to block federal funding for schools that enforce rules that punish students for playing with imaginary weapons super mario spiele kostenlosen deutsch für pc.
The Student Protection Act, H.R. 2625, is a reaction to what Stockman says is the zero tolerance policy at some schools that has led to several suspensions of very young children who engage in these activities, including cases where students pretended their thumb and index finger is a gun herunterladen.
The bill finds that these school policies are being used to outlaw “harmless expressions of childhood play,” and are only teaching students to “be afraid of inanimate objects that are shaped like guns.”
The language in the bill is astounding watchbox herunterladen. It’s the equivalent of reading warning labels on shampoo bottles, telling users not to ingest – the words are written because somebody, somewhere, was stupid enough to take this action google chrome installatiebestand downloaden.
SEC. 3. DECLARATION OF POLICY.
(a) No funds appropriated pursuant to any provisions of law may be used for any educational institution which punishes a student as a result of any of the following actions by the student:
(1) brandishing a pastry or other food which is partially consumed in such a way that the remnant resembles a gun;
(2) possession of a toy gun which is two inches or less;
(3) possession of a toy gun made of plastic snap together building blocks;
(4) using a finger or hand to simulate a gun;
(5) vocalizing imaginary firearms or munitions;
(6) wearing a T-shirt that supports Second Amendment rights;
(7) drawing a picture of, or possessing an image of, a firearm; or
(8) using a pencil, pen or other writing utensil to simulate a firearm musik downloaden youtube handy.
Honestly, if we could just get these educators who punish little kids for making pop tarts into the shape of a gun, or bringing in fake Lego guns, placed on security detail in Benghazi or Boston, we’d be a safer nation.
When the educators are clearly less intelligent than the students they teach, then you know our school systems are in serious peril.