Destroying a nation one kid at a time, Part 8 – For giving gifts…

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This is part eight series and we’re looking at how the feminization of our society is destroying our kids and our nation.  Our lives are being turned into a laboratory for politically correctness, a place where the feminist bullies are pushing every envelope they can find to turn the nation into something that likely has the founders to spin in their graves.  Our schools have become an especially deadly place for our kids, but just about everywhere they set foot is designed to take the joy out of childhood.


Today’s heroine is a first grade girl from Sikeston, Missouri.  She wanted to give a present to a friend at school.

Tuesday Heartland News spoke with 6-year-old Michaela Boyd, and her mother Michele. They tell Heartland News teachers confused a hand-gathered gift of nature’s goodies with a bag of marijuana.

“There was nothing in the bag i just found it on the ground.” Said first grader Michaela Boyd.

After finding the bag much like the one disposable utensils come in, Michaela says she decided to make her friend a bag of goodies, “They said what did you make this out of. and what did you tell them. I said out of dirt. And what else. I made it with rocks, clover and dirt.”

Her mom, Michele, says after Michaela put the mixture into the bag, she tied the top with a purple ponytail holder and gave it to her friend saying,”here’s a bag of dirt.”

After recess was over the student gave the bag of dirt to their teacher.

Michele says after meeting with the teacher and principal, she was told that the bag of dirt, “looked like a bag of weed.”

Michaela says, “They said it was kind of a drug. I don’t know what they are I only see cigarettes. That’s all I say.”

Heartland News spoke with superintendent Stephen Borgsmiller about what happened here on the playground last Tuesday and he says while he can not comment on this particular case given the childs age. He did tell me that after gathering all the information an assessment was made and now they are moving on.”

Michele says she doesn’t deny what her daughter did. But she does disagree with the two-day in-school detention. “They said it would be on her school record as far as disciplinary that she made a look alike drug but I don’t feel like that’s right. Because she didn’t do anything wrong.”

I grew up in the 60s.  I know what a bag of weed looks like.  I also know what a bag of sticks, rocks, and leaves looks like.  I will also admit that my degree is in engineering and not education, so I’m probably a tad better equipped to be able to figure out complicated things.

With specific reference to the incident, aside from the teacher being an absolute dolt, I’d like to know what qualifies giving a friend a bag of leaves, sticks, and dirt as bait for a two day suspension?  A TWO DAY SUSPENSION!!

Let me note that while the teacher is an absolute dolt, the principal is a eunuch who is about eight IQ points short of double digits.  That baggie is NOT a look-alike drug.  It looks exactly like what it is.  Leaves.  Sticks.  Dirt.  Anybody who tried to pass that baggie off as weed in any city in the US would most likely be shot.  And rightly so.

This little girl, with an obviously warm heart and a giving character, now has a detention on her school record that looks like it has something to do with drugs.  It had NOTHING to do with drugs, it had everything to do with stupidity.

Where is my bucket of tar and feathers when I need them.

Tar and Feathers


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Michael Becker is a long time activist and a businessman. He's been involved in the pro-life movement since 1976 and has been counseling addicts and ministering to prison inmates since 1980. Becker is a Curmudgeon. He has decades of experience as an operations executive in turnaround situations and in mortgage banking. He blogs regularly at The Right Curmudgeon, The Minority Report, Wizbang, Unified Patriots and Joe for America. He lives in Phoenix and is almost always armed.

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