An Example Of When Mental Health Evals Should Be Manditory

From Breitbart…..

More Six-Year Olds Suspended for Making Guns with Fingers

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For the second time in less than four weeks, six-year old children have been suspended from a Maryland elementary school for fashioning their hands in the shape of gun.

The first suspension took place in Montgomery County just before Christmas, and now, two more children have been suspended in Talbot County for “playing cops and robbers during recess and using their fingers to make an imaginary gun.”

The parents of these kids are understandably outraged, and they are not alone. Maryland school leaders say they know suspensions have been on the rise, and they are trying to reverse that trend.

The suspension against Rodney Lynch, the six-year old who was suspended before Christmas, was dropped once his parents appealed the action.

Anyone participating the suspension of these children need to have their sanity checked.  Further, while I typically am against any more laws being created, I think we need one in this case.

For those participating, encouraging, or enacting the suspensions of these children, they need to see some jail time.  It is a horrible transgression against society to steal a child’s childhood.  This has happened far too frequently.  Send these idiots to jail and then evaluate them to determine if they’re capable of being around children and understanding what is healthy and normal for children and what isn’t.

Getting a teaching degree (average graduates in the bottom 1/3 of the class) is not license to screw up our children.  SEND THEM TO JAIL!

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12 Responses to An Example Of When Mental Health Evals Should Be Manditory

  1. suyts says:

    I’m going to contemplate the trig and calc of spheres on a plane. Teachers suspending children for playing is too much for me.

    • Latitude says:

      that’s Rick Perry’s finger……

      and this is why I’m moving so far out…..I’ll need a gun

    • philjourdan says:

      Any wonder Marylanders elected a felon for governor – twice? None of them can read – they were all suspended for being kids.

  2. Bruce says:

    They’ll also have to ban rulers and trees. Even twigs make a very acceptable gun to a 6 year old, speaking from experience.

    Great advertising for home schooling. No one ever gets expelled by mad progressive lefty bureaucrats from home school.

  3. DaveG says:

    I grew up in the UK. I loved toy guns and playing war games, cops and robber games with fingers, sticks, water pistols and toy guns. A friend loaned me 2 toy peacemakers in holsters with a string of dummy bullets, I couldn’t stop playing with them or sleep, I had them strung over may head board ready to draw instantly. It was a golden childhood memory and I have never committed a crime or wanted to shoot anybody – am I bad? should I be suspended or jailed for past play crimes? The criminals are running the schools and the government – The time of Orwell is here and know!!!

  4. DirkH says:

    It’s an important lesson for kids to understand that they are in the hands of evil pigs. (see Skinner, OBE)

  5. Latitude says:

    ok then, let’s ban guns, video games, movies, comic books and books in general, TV, the military, all of it
    …then what’s going to be their excuse when people continue to commit crimes

    • suyts says:

      Then, just maybe, they’d have to recognize that Right and wrong are not abstract, relative thoughts, but manifestations of Good and evil. So, video games, movies and comics stay. They’d never do that.

      • philjourdan says:

        While your idea is logical, you are dealing with illogical creatures. They would merely find another scapegoat. If we have learned anything about liberals, it is that they refuse to accept reality, and must always find an excuse that does not implicate their own lack of mental capacity.

      • suyts says:

        True, I was fantasizing a bit.

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