Monday, March 31, 2008

Digging themselves deeper..

A school in WI censors certain religious expression in art from one somewhat obsessive student yet allegedly allows others. Administrators apparently don't realize the sh*tstorm they just unleashed and tell said kid he's violating other people's rights.

I like this little contradiction:

Millin told the boy he had signed away his constitutional rights when he signed the policy at the beginning of the semester.


Millin stated at the meeting the cross in the drawing also infringed on other students’ rights.

So some students have rights but others don't?

I can see some tax dollars flying out the window on this lawsuit.

1 comment:

BobG said...

Personally, I don't believe in religion, so I don't have a dog in this fight. But I don't see how the kid was infringing on anyone else's rights; it's not like he was forcing anything on them, he was just asserting HIS personal beliefs for all to see. If the kid wants to do religious art, that's his business.