So, this kid in Texas deviates from his *approved* speech and now his principal is trying to punish him and upset his appointment to the Naval Academy? Read the story here.
tell the principal to kiss my arse. Do you think if a Muslim referenced Allah
the principal would say squat? No, he'd be too afraid of the impending
Jihad waged on he and his family that he'd keep his mouth shut. Bring.
It. On. All the way to the Supreme court,
baby. This is a war we did not ask for, but one we will not back down
from. Anyone who thinks I cannot reference my God based on my location
on planet earth can suck it. And that includes, you, NSA. Suck it!
done with the lefties trying to limit my free speech based on my
location on planet earth. My God-given, constitutionally protected right
to free speech does not end because I enter a school or government
building. It's time we teach those morons about LIBERTY. I will not be
intimidated by lefties trying to tell me when and where I can make
reference to my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. The Constitution protects
our right to free speech- it does not say that you have a God-given
right to free speech only if other people agree with you and are not
offended.... or unless other people say you can use certain words. I
don't care who is offended- we have to put up with their BS crap all day
long when we don't agree.
1st Amendment to the United States Constitution: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Our founders did not place limits on free speech or exercising our religion. It doesn't say "only on Sundays" "Only in private" nor does it say, "these rights of the people shall not be exercised in a public or government building"
Further, the founders did not say that these rights could only be exercised when others agreed with said religion or free speech. It does not say the exercise of religion and free speech can only be exercised if others are not offended.
Note that it says NOTHING about permits being required to exercise these rights, either. This Texas Principal is my crack pick of the day.