If Detroit’s Schall Elementary School principal Susan Wright lived in California, she would almost definitely vote for Dianne Feinswein. That is how deep her ignorance about firearms is, and how complete her disdain for the members of the military who protect her very right to be an ignorant snatch. This might sound incredible, but this school administrator – who ostensibly has some kind of background in education and has likely taught at some point in her pathetic life – has soiled her panties at the sight of toy soldiers.
Not. Even. Kidding.
The boy was chided, and so were his parents, for cupcakes featuring little green Army men on the top.
Schall Elementary School principal Susan Wright called the parents at home and said the cupcakes were insensitive in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shooting. School staff pulled off the Army men before they were served.
Child considers military men heroes.
Child has cupcakes for his birthday.
Child’s parents put little green Army men as cupcake toppings, because child loves Soldiers.
Stupid slit removes the little guys, and snottily chides the family for DARING to be insensitive to those who might perhaps be worthless pant-shitters who might be traumatized by the sight of armed Soldiers protecting their rights and their nation.
First, Feinswein insults every veteran by implying that PTSD has made us mentally unstable – too mentally unstable to be allowed to possess the scary black “assault” weapons she wants to ban, even though we, veterans, are trained with them, and are undeniably qualified to use them. (Not to mention the fact that the clueless old bat thinks PTSD didn’t exist prior to the Iraq war.)
Now school principal freaks out at the sight of little toys – representations of the very military that takes an oath to protect her right to be ignorant!
This, and the teacher who freaked out at the sight of a Pop Tart that sort of resembled a firearm… This is teaching your kids.
It’s teaching your kids to be afraid.
It’s teaching your kids not to respect the military, but to fear them.
It’s teaching your kids to shun firearms as evil, thereby shunning personal accountability and courage.
It’s fostering government dependency.
It’s destroying individualism.
I don’t know why I’m even surprised.