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August 23, 2007

Kid Suspended Over Doodle That Resembles Gun

This was considered enough of a crime to warrant a 5-day suspension for the 13-year-old who drew it:


As you can see, there is no blood in the doodle, no sizzling bullets, no mutilated victims. It's barely even recognizable as a gun. Yet educrats at Mesa's Payne Junior High deemed it to constitute a threat to other kids, comparing its creation to the 1999 Columbine massacre.

Only when the boy's outraged father got in their slack faces did the bureauweenies lessen his sentence to three days.

Do moonbats forbid even the concept of guns because they think that by pretending guns don't exist, they can make themselves bulletproof? Or is it that guns represent masculinity and individual empowerment, two things liberals cannot abide?

Whatever their motivation, totalitarian moonbats' attempts to forbid boys' natural and healthy fascination with weapons continue to expose the depth of their pathological ideology's absurdity.

On tips from Dwaine and Wiggins.


Actually this occurred in Chandler, Arizona, not nearby Mesa, per the East Valley Tribune. Thanks to Jim for the tip.

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Posted by Van Helsing at August 23, 2007 11:20 AM


My daughter went to high school in Concord, CA - where they are called (oddly enough) "The Minutemen". The high school logo features a dude in colonial dress holding a...

holding a...

OH! gawd - I can hardly say it...

The dude is holding a RIFLE! (OH! the humanity!)

Ahhhheem. (choke) I gota say, they have a lousy footbal team, but nobody has EVER shot anybody in that school.

Posted by: Jimbo at August 23, 2007 11:30 AM

Good for the father! Thank goodness somebody is willing to stand up to these bureauweenies/surrender monkeys/defeatist scum.

Michelle Malkin notes a statement from the great uncle of one of the female students killed in New Jouy-see, John McClain, a Newark P.D. chaplain: "They cut off my niece's face." Now, I don't know if Mr. McClain's ethics and religious persuasion will permit him, personally, but I do hope someone in the Newark P.D. will do us all a huge favor and make certain that none of these "defendants" (murdering scumbags; M13 gang members) ever sees the inside of a courtroom.

Posted by: jc14 at August 23, 2007 12:05 PM

if that is a 13 year old's rendering, i'd say art lessons are in order, no?

Posted by: nanc at August 23, 2007 12:17 PM

Thanks...and stolen.

Posted by: OregonGuy at August 23, 2007 12:29 PM

"if that is a 13 year old's rendering"

If that is a 13-yearold's rendering, then I think that are several questions to be asked, first among them is "what does the chilp think it is a picture of"?

This just reeks of things wrong, but I can't figure out where to start.

Posted by: Laurence Sheldon at August 23, 2007 1:33 PM

So, does this mean that any picture of a gun or any military hardware in a history book constitutes a threat from the history teacher?

Posted by: Squirrel at August 23, 2007 7:04 PM

Looks like one of those square buildings with windows.

Posted by: Anonymous at August 23, 2007 7:08 PM

Looks like a simplistic drawing of an automobile that has been flipped upside down. It's akin to charging me with racism for (badly) drawing a stick figure man with black ink. Or something. Whatever. That ain't a gun.

Posted by: skh.pcola at August 23, 2007 8:23 PM

papercuts kill people, not depictions of guns on paper...

Posted by: nanc at August 23, 2007 9:32 PM

Clearly that is a mechanical blueprint for the Mark IV Austinwieger 12mm semi-automatic liquid cooled turkey pistol. Since the school Principal's last name is Turkey, he most likely viewed it as a threat. I have heard a rumor that this same administrator is going to cancel "Thanksgiving" break for the same reason.

Posted by: WFIGUY at August 24, 2007 2:57 AM

Actually it looks like a building, after being hit by a 767, toppling on it's side....

Posted by: epaminondas at August 24, 2007 12:04 PM

Good Gawd. It's obviously a guy on a unicycle balancing a six-story apartment-building with his right arm whilst teetering the attached portico with his left arm. *grin*
(Love the other smart-ass comments, btw).

Look. My uncles used to bring their squirrel guns to school so they could hunt after school before trekking home. 'Course they only shot squirrels, not people. No one ever flipped out or felt threatened. But then again, people back then feared God and respected human life. Gee willikers, what a novel idea!

Posted by: fellowes at August 25, 2007 10:39 PM