Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Student Sent Home for 'Support the Troops' Shirt... at Army Base!?

Via LH

The 12-year-old daughter of a U.S. soldier deployed overseas was reportedly sent home from school by administrators for violating the dress code. Cejai Taylor wore a red t-shirt to honor her father, Sgt. James Taylor, and other service members. It was part of a "red shirt day" campaign that she hoped to start at the school.

 But administrators reportedly objected because the shirt did not have a collar, though they are taking another look at their policy. 

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  1. Red shirt day - put Communist mottos on red shirts and you will be fine. How about a red "Free Nidal Hassan" shirt instead I shot at the little " Ivan " targets I fuss they are banned too.

  2. The fact that it was a patriotic shirt had nothing to do with it... Say so in the tiny little article up there. It didn't have a collar.

    1. administrators reportedly objected

      Not conclusive and why it reads "reportedly objected" instead of simply "objected."