Tenn. students told they would be kicked out for bringing U.S. flag to school

flag-kicked outThis is the kind of madness you get with political correctness.  On Sunday, MyFoxMemphis reported that Dickson County school leaders decided to ban all flags, including Old Glory.

Worse yet, some students say they have been told they can be kicked out of school for bringing a U.S. flag.  All because school leaders couldn’t figure out how to deal with the Confederate battle flag issue.

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Fox added:

School leaders said there is a right and wrong way to show American pride:

“It’s not an unpatriotic act by any means because we have a number of ways in which students do learn how to be patriotic and express American pride.”

One student said, “I just think that’s a right…it’s freedom of expression and I don’t think you should be able to take that away from us.”

Video report below, courtesy of MyFoxMemphis:
FOX13 News, WHBQ FOX 13

It’s an understatement to call this insane.

In 2011, I said that political correctness is destroying America.  Hopefully, people are getting fed up enough to put a screeching halt to it.  Remember, this is the kind of fascist stupidity you get when you put liberals in charge of anything.


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