04 February 2010

Homeschooling Protects Your Children from Dangerous Criminals Like This

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, the photos above depict both the criminal and his weapon of choice. Another Columbine averted thanks to the quick wit of the tax-eating, brain-dead Principal of the appropriately, mundanely-named Public School 52.

The full story is here.

I had a number of "first" reactions when my wonderful wife Sharon pointed out this story. To prevent the brain version of vapor lock, I give them all to you now:
  • Keep this incident in mind when some politician or teacher's union spokesman tells you we need to "invest" more money in public education.
  • Is is any wonder our country is falling down around us?
  • What we really need is a Lego Brady Bill to require a background check for these unstable elementary schoolers before they can just buy a Lego gun off the street.
  • Free the Lego Freedom Fighter!
  • The principal saw the Lego gun as a threat, but she let the little would-be Lizzie Borden go free. The tiny cuts from that tiny axe could really do damage.
  • The mom says she might sue. Of course. But heaven forbid she pull her child out of that insane asylum first.
  • The public schools certainly have bought the lunatic anti-gun fringe's line, Amway-style.
  • Can this Principal find Bin Laden?
  • Look for Eric Holder to propose that each Lego gun carry a serial number and every owner be registered.
  • Didn't this child have a concealed Lego-carry permit?


Methodist Jim said...

The story seems to have more to do with the stupidity of an individual principal or the inflexibility of a particular school's code of conduct than the wisdom, or lack thereof, of funding public school education.

Anonymous said...

Dude, Legos are dangerous. Have you even stepped on one in the dark? They should be banned, banned, I tell you.

Anonymous said...

I love the concealed Lego-carry law.
Haha! That's great.


Latinmassgirl said...

I think all they need to do is put a bright orange tip on them like all children's guns have, so people can tell the difference between toy and real.

That kid looks very fierce, a sure criminal type.

Anonymous said...

I agree with anonymous #1....those lego things are deadly! When my kids were younger, they'd leave them all over....I still have bruises and scars.

I am all for banning them!!

Them and their nasty counterparts: Brio train parts.....totally dangerous, complete with the wheels! YIKES>

Prekast said...

The criminal snarl, the furtive look in the craven eyes... This kid looks strangely familiar.

Could this be a picture of the Timmann as a "yoot" - some 40 to 50 years ago? (Note the Samson-like shock of hair.)