Friday, June 18, 2010

My kinda kid

EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. – A Rhode Island boy whose school banned a hat he made because the toy soldiers on it carried tiny guns was awarded a medal on Friday for his patriotic efforts.
Lt. Gen. Reginald Centracchio, the retired head of the Rhode Island National Guard, gave 8-year-old David Morales a medal called a challenge coin during an appearance on WPRO-AM's John DePetro show.
Centracchio said the second-grader should be thanked for recognizing veterans and soldiers.
"You did nothing wrong, and you did an outstanding job," he said. "We can only hope that kids of your caliber will continue to defend this country."
Centracchio also gave David a certificate that allows him to call himself a brigadier general.
David was assigned to make a hat last week for a project at the Tiogue School in Coventry. He chose a patriotic theme and glued plastic Army figures to a camouflage baseball cap. But school officials said the hat ran afoul of their no-weapons policy because the Army men held tiny guns.

A no-weapons policy because Army men held tiny guns? Are you fucking kidding me? This kid should've been commended by his school, not punished.
Fucking liberals......

7 comments:

Dazed And Confused said...

Your blog may not be around for very much longer if Comrade Obama Has his way

The United States of North Korea, where everyone is equal and comes pre dressed in Islamic regalia....

"He has a dream".

wirecutter said...

Fuck Obama.
If I can't express my views through this blog, then I'll find other ways.
I won't be alone. Somehow I think if he continues on his ways (and especially if the American People don't come to their senses in 2012) then there will be an armed rebellion.

Dazed And Confused said...

Fuck Obama Eh? O.K. Then...

orbitup said...

"Hope-nosis" I like it!

orbitup said...

I cracked up at this one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHcxzBwjYHg

stevienatt said...

Amen, Ken. Fucking pussification of this nation continues. I teach my kids to express their opinions regardless of the "popular" belief. I don't force my opinions on them and if my kid finds a soldier to be someone he or she looks up to then they should stand their ground.

stevienatt said...

Dazed and Confused - LOVED IT!