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This Protester Isn’t Chicken

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Have I mentioned lately that I love my county?

A school district in Westmoreland County is promising to use an “unfortunate and embarrassing incident” at a recent eighth grade basketball game to teach students a lesson in diversity.

According to the superintendent for the Franklin Regional School District, the incident happened during a game against students from the Woodland Hills School District when a spectator donned a President Hussein mask and carried a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken in the gymnasium.

Gee, since when did questioning one’s leaders become unpatriotic? The Mainstreamliberalpress bust a nut whenever some kid refuses to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance or gets in trouble for wearing an anti-war garment. Any nimrod can catch the symbolic meaning of this courageous act of protest.

Mask —> Representing the oppressor aka President Hussein aka The Non-Dialect Negro aka The Kenyan Koffee Fetcher.

Chicken —> Representing the shit sandwich that is the “stimulus” President Hussein and his cronies have implemented.

For every piece of chicken consumed it represents more money that has been wasted and passed along to the next generation. What other point could this kid be trying to make?

But I guess the punishment will fit the crime.

In light of the incident, the district is planning to add more diversity education to its curriculum.

Boy this kid has no idea what has been unleashed.

Written by kkktookmybabyaway

January 19, 2010 at 9:47 pm

Posted in News

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