HomeBlack & RightThe B&R Tuesday Skim Black & Right October 9, 2012 Black & Right 6 Comments Rally Planned Tuesday Morning for Bullied Pro-Romney Teen Some advice for teacher who attacked pro-Romney student Let’s hope Mitt makes an appearance and see if the brave bully teacher and her punk ass kids have the guts to get in his face as easily they did a young girl House panel to hear from security officer who claims State rebuffed pleas in Libya Attack on U.S. mission in Libya presents legal, policy dilemma for Obama administration As well as on the liberal media that parroted the “YouTube video” diversion Obama loses lead on key voter issues Diminished GOP brand heightens Romney’s challenge The AP searching for more reasons to explain his surge Dozens of rockets, mortars hit south Fatah: Palestinians have not abandoned armed struggle And our left will always consider them the victims The Imaginary Teacher Shortage We don’t have a teacher shortage. We have a shortage of good teachers who really put the kids first(see: Chicago teachers strike) How it costs taxpayers $1.4 billion a year to fund the White House “Living Large” wasn’t just the name of a TV show Greece given 10 days to act on reforms As they get bailed out when they break austerity promises, what’s 10 days to them? The ‘Romney Lied’ Defense Did Obama Just Throw The Entire Election Away? If “Romney lied” that much during the debate, Obama would have called him on it instead of just saying, “Okay” New York Times staffers stage walkout NYT Union Chief: Times Is Hypocritical about Unions What would one expect from do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do, know-it-all liberals? Venezuelan secret service erased our data, claims journalist And Obama congratulated the Chavez regime for its victory Sesame Street received $1 mil stimulus bill grant – created “1.47″ jobs Must have been a damn good 1.47 one Denver schools’ rebellion not the one they wanted Like I said, we have a shortage of good teachers Leading from the front Romney’s beatdown of Obama continues Obama Underestimated 2012 Deficit by $500 Billion If he’s so smart, can he not count? Confident Obama encourages supporters to be “obsessive” Maybe he should have been a little more “obsessive” about debate prep Michelle Obama on Keeping Family Life, Politics Separate: ‘I Rarely Step in the West Wing’ Again as she’s not on the ballot, why should we give a shit? Phony in Chief Sowell food Obama Dedicates Chavez National Monument It only makes sense he would Paul Ryan Bristles at Question From Michigan Reporter Ask a stupid question… RightSide Did Obama Just Throw The Entire Election Away? If “Romney lied” that much during the debate, Obama would have called him on it instead of just saying, “Okay” Holy crap! reality based government? No wonder people say Andrew Sullivan is way out there on the left wing. I’m stunned anyone would even think it let alone write it. He’s living in opposite world, for sure. Meltdown much! http://mauser.livejournal.com Mauser I don’t quite understand the Lib’s love of Caesar Chavez. True, he’s a Union Organizer. But to protect that Farm Worker’s union, he would organize patrols to beat the crap out of migrant workers crossing the border. RockThisTown Rally Planned Tuesday Morning for Bullied Pro-Romney Teen Where can I send a contribution? Some advice for teacher who attacked pro-Romney student The simplest: Keep your politics out of the taxpayer-funded classroom! Obama loses lead on key voter issues The surprise is that he had the lead to begin with! Diminished GOP brand heightens Romney’s challenge But the President’s choking in a nationally televised debate doesn’t diminish the Democrat brand? How it costs taxpayers $1.4 billion a year to fund the White House Unnecessarily lavish decorating, dinners, staff, travel & frivolities? Greece given 10 days to act on reforms That’ll set ‘em straight! The ‘Romney Lied’ Defense Well, at least they’re not adding, “and people died” . . . . . yet. Did Obama Just Throw The Entire Election Away? Is it possible to throw half an election away? NYT Union Chief: Times Is Hypocritical about Unions Psst, I’ll let you in on a little secret: liberals are hypocritical about everything. Venezuelan secret service erased our data, claims journalist, Now we know why Obama & Chavez would vote for each other! Sesame Street received $1 mil stimulus bill grant – created “1.47″ jobs And so the mystery of why there’s no room in the federal budget for cuts finally comes together . . . Leading from the front Isn’t that where leaders are supposed to lead from? Obama Underestimated 2012 Deficit by $500 Billion Amazingly, my wife does the same thing everytime she goes shopping . . . and then I get the bill. Confident Obama encourages supporters to be “obsessive” The same way you’re ‘obsessive’ about your golf game? Michelle Obama on Keeping Family Life, Politics Separate: ‘I Rarely Step in the West Wing’ And when you do, it’s just to police the food being served . . . . right? Phony in Chief I want my Obama-phone! Paul Ryan Bristles at Question From Michigan Reporter Actually, that’s not a bad idea: tax credits for gun purchases! Thanks, Michigan Reporter! Iron Mike Three cheers for a young lady with both brains and guts! Three long loud Boos for a stupid union-dominated robotic teacher. Trishmac The rally was a big success! Even the liberal Phila Inquirer was unable to spin it differently. Samantha Pawlucy returned to school this morning, following a rally in her support, days after she received a highly publicized classroom dressing down for wearing a Romney/Ryan T-shirt. The demonstration began outside Port Richmond’s Charles Carroll High about 7:45 a.m. with the singing of the national anthem. Pawlucy then took part in the reading of the Preamble to the Declaration of Independence and the First Amendment to the Constitution. Shouts of “Go, Sam!” and “You’re great, Sam!” followed a group recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance. With no speeches prolonging the event, about 8 a.m. she went inside. Police helped keep the sidewalks clear as students continued to arrive. Most of the two dozen or so dozen participants were veterans, judging from their military decorations and signs, such as “I’m a veteran and Samantha is my hero.” Tom Manns, 74, of Olney, said before the rally, “We should stand up for our rights, and she has a perfect right to wear the shirt.” Samantha’s mother, Kristine Pawlucy, said to a reporter, “It’s overwhelming. I’m just trying to take it all in. . . . A lot of great people in the community – the whole country – have shown a lot of support and I think that’s really helped.” Lewis Harris Jr. said his four grandchildren took part in reading the First Amendment with Samantha to show that African Americans also support her right to free speech. Harris, a GOP ward leader, is also chairman of the Philadelphia Republicans of Color. The rally was intended to be politically neutral, said one of the organizers, Kevin Kelly, cofounder of Philadelphia’s “Loyal Opposition” Republican faction. Politicians were invited, but weren’t allowed to use the event for political purposes, Kelly said. Among the officials seen were State Rep. John Taylor, Councilman Mark Squilla and School District Superintendent William Hite. An invitation for the rally posted on state representative candidate Dave Kralle’s website described the event as “a show of support and patriotism for Samantha.” “Please bring American flags as we will be loudly reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. We have been told there isn’t a single American flag at the school and the Pledge is NEVER recited,” the announcement read. Pawlucy had not been in school since the middle of last week, when the news of the confrontation with her geometry teacher went viral. Pawlucy wore a pink Romney/Ryan T-shirt on a “dress down” day Sept. 28. In her geometry class, teacher Lynette Gaymon pointed out the shirt, questioning her decision to wear it and telling her to leave the classroom. The teacher also drew parallels between wearing a Romney T-shirt in a “Democratic” school and Gaymon, who is black, wearing a “KKK” shirt without understanding its meaning. Since making headlines, the situation has led to harassment of both student and teacher, with students shouting obscenities at the Pawlucys on Friday. The same day, Gaymon’s aunts said, they began receiving harassing phone calls, including one death threat. Mayor Nutter intervened Sunday afternoon, visiting both families. The families declined to discuss details of the visits, and Nutter declined to comment when reached by phone Sunday. He was not present during the morning rally. Hite released a statement Monday calling the situation a “teachable moment. Hite will work with Nutter and Philadelphia Federation of Teachers president Jerry Jordan to move “towards a conversation that brings together diverse beliefs, inspires understanding, and heals.” n.n The teacher should be charged with exploiting a superior position to commit harassment of a minor. Also, as a public employee, and while on the job, her violation of the girl’s first amendment right should carry additional scrutiny, including official censure and possibly dismissal. We cannot permit individuals in our government (i.e. with authority) to violate the rights of the citizens they serve.