i support freedom of expression and freedom of speech. but it's just like your job. if you work, and your employer has a dress code, you abide by it. they have the right to impose that code on you. so should/does a school. if they have a dress code, it needs to be followed while there. outside the school premises, go for it!! express your views however you want.
I only hope that if this fool ever gets attacked by non-caucasian criminals, or the chance to have her head stomped by a pack of vicious scum, someone steps forward to protest any punishment for her atackers, as she is white, and thus deserved it This is what this pack of mmother/daghter duped fools is really 'standing up' for.
These black jena attackers did nothing heroic. They committed a violent COWARDLY racial attack against a lone outnumbered white boy who had done nothing to them, then shouted ''racism'', after they themselves had caused a violent racial assault.
Maybe this fool can also wear a shirt for Channon Christian.
Jena 6 is a racial slur if you ask me. She should be expelled for trying to start a racial riot.
This kid knew what she was doing. It's all about getting attention, and the news media fell right into it. Hopefully, the judge will throw it right out of court. Her mother needs to be teaching her to follow the rules instead of breaking them by doing something this stupid.
How did people come up with the idea that you have a "right" to brandish your stupidity?
This case is no different than the Jena 6. It is all about the law and simple rules. It is not against the law to hang a rope from a tree but it is against the law to beat someone up, especially when there is six to one. The school rules are no t-shirts of the sort the girl wore....and don't put this off on the student this is a parent thing...a parent that doesn't like the assistant principal...Shame on her for setting a bad example.
I feel that Norma was justified in her lawsuit against the Rutherford County Schools employee for violating her daughter's constitutional rights. Her daughter, Danielle, had all the right to wear her shirt that said "Free The Jena Six." her rights were violated by the school board when they told her that she couldn't wear her shirt in the school because they felt it "could cause a problem." Danielle wasn't bothering anyone, she was screaming for protest, she just wanted to wear her shirt to represent her opinion of the wrongful arrest of the 6 black students in Alabama.