A high schooler with guts

Bryan Henderson of Princeton High School in Princeton, West Virginia got fed up with leftist teachers browbeating him, so he exercised his freedom of expression. Good thing he’s a tough kid, because the leftists were not amused with his politically incorrect views. Hat tip to the ever-clever (and doggone attractive) Whomping Willow on this story.
I wonder if Bryan’s inquisitors used the cut-n-paste leftist Screed-O-Matic demonstrated over at Protein Wisdom?

Blah blah right-wing Rumsfeld warmonger chickenhawk evil Bushies Wolfowitz and his neocon cabal for oiloiloiloiloiloil blah blah ignorant stupid bloodthirsty morons, the real axis of evil on a ranch in Crawford and blah blah blah no WMD he lied, Bushitler lied, people died died died tie-dyed peace peace peace down with the Zionists! peace peace Kyoto! they hate us they hate us they hate us and what can we do and root causes and root causes and blowback and Plame and Plame and Chalabi Plame Wilson blah blah blah unilateral multinational Halliburton Enronism crony capitalism and it’s all about oiloiloiloil blah blah blah

Hmmm … looks vaguely familiar

3 comments

  1. ken

    This letter was written to the Principal and Bryan Hendersons school. if anyone else wants. please feel free to tell him what you think
    his address which I obtained from Mr. Henderson’s site is
    tdbrowni@access.k12.wv.us
    Sir,
    Bryan Henderson may have gone about things in the wrong order but he was right.”He should have requested permission first as school policy is, but should have also been approved” If his story was told correctly, he was the one persecuted for standing by his beliefs. The United States was based on the rights of the individual. I have heard and seen similar incidents to that which Bryan Henderson went through. People often want to take the easy way out. Our country has come to a point of having to be so “politically correct” that we have given up our morals and beliefs to those few that complain about everything from prayer in school to saying the pledge. I am a United States Marine Corps veteran. I understand all to well the price of life and death and what freedom costs’. I understand that it is so expensive in blood that it shouldn’t be wasted or taken lightly. I understand quite well the price that is being paid for the very freedoms that we enjoy. I will spend a lifetime opposing flag burning, but I will respect the freedom of expression of those burning the flag, even though it saddens and angers me. Many of our people today are ignorant of the “real world.” I can tell you that it is not a nice place. I have seen people killed for following a political view that was not popular. I have seen others killed in Muslim/ Christian clashes. I have fought for my own life in some of these clashes. I am not asking that you not follow your beliefs, but am instead asking that you do follow your beliefs and morals and remember that the right thing to do is often not the easiest thing to do. Thank you for taking time to read this
    Ken **********
    Proud American citizen
    “Freedom is not free but is paid for by the blood of those who serve its cause”
    Another one, though it may be taken with a slight humour is
    “If you can read this thank a teacher
    If you can read this in English thank a veteran”
    It is my hope that all of mankind may one day live together peacefully,,,,,,, this is still my hope,,,,,,,,,,,,