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Judge to Student: No NRA T-Shirt While Lawsuit Pending

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Justin Moore, Jan 4, 2003.

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  1. Justin Moore

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    http://www.wtopnews.com/index.php?nid=25&sid=32912

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    I bet the school district would let him wear a NARAL/Planned Parenthood shirt thou :cuss: Or, how about Chairman Mao?
     
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  3. 2nd Amendment

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    Looks like some of that indoctrination we were being told doesn't happen in that other thread. In fact, I think I mentioned this, there. :D
     
  4. 2dogs

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    Wait a minute- it's a shirt right? Has he worn it so many times without washing it that it stinks to high heaven- is that why it's offensive? Because other than that it is INSANITY people. IT'S A SHIRT.

    You know, maybe I should have myself committed- t's probably safer in a mental hospital.

    {THIS POST IS NOT INTENDED TO OFFEND THOSE WHO ARE MENTALLY CHALLENGED}

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    I missed something here. What is it on the shirt that depicts violence?
     
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    They will lose if the school dress code reserves the right for the school to deny any particular piece of clothing. If it says so in the student handbook, they basically could do anything they want, for any particular political/non political message.
     
  7. John Galt

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    He should wear a different pro-gun shirt every single day, with no evil gun pictures on it, just to piss them off.
     
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    Dress codes in schools are pretty much up to the administrators. If one or more of them thinks something is provocative and could lead to disruptive behavior, the decision to bar it will usually stick. Seems like barring students from simply wearing gang colors has been upheld.
     
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    uh, can we get a shirt size and address for this kid? I have easy access to FN t-shirts :D

    We could send this kid enough gunny t shirts so that he wouldn't have to war the same one twice, for the rest of the school year.

    Owen
     
  10. Justin Moore

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    :D Jah, how about my HK shirt that says "In a World of Comprimise, Some Don't"

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    If it were blank, it would be just a shirt. The school doesn't seem to object to the kid wearing shirts, just THAT shirt. Why? Because it isn't just a shirt, it is a statement. The 1st amendment counts just as much as the 2nd.
     
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