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I hate to see this happen...Two wrongs don't make it right...

The only positive I see is that the district was fair in letting both sides stage a walkout, but to be honest, there should've been NO walkouts...

This is school...Protest on your own time...
1st Amendment rights don't end when a student enters a school building.
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1st Amendment rights don't end when a student enters a school building.
Why bother going to school if you're a young pimple butt dumbass who values politics over learning in school, eh?

I've seen plenty of those dipshlts, smarter than their parents, able to leap tall buildings with a single fart, more powerful than a buzzard's breath, and faster than a speeding police car.
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Da fuq are kids doin' staging walkouts over sh*t they have little-to-no knowledge over? Judging by the intelligence level of kids today they need to spend every waking moment in class so they don't end up a complete fuq-tard like Hoggy.
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The founders of the "Never Again" movement that started in Parkland FL are not proposing any violations to the Second Amendment.
Do you actually believe the things you post or are you just trying to get a rise out of people with common sense?
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1st Amendment rights don't end when a student enters a school building.
Actually they do especially when you use those rights to disrupt others exercising their rights.
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Actually they do especially when you use those rights to disrupt others exercising their rights.
No, they still have freedom of speech, assembly, religion, etc., even in a government building. But of course that freedom doesn't include inhibiting the Constitutional rights of others.
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No, they still have freedom of speech, assembly, religion, etc., even in a government building. But of course that freedom doesn't include inhibiting the Constitutional rights of others.
I notice you don't answer simple questions, like, how are they going to get their education if they think they can hold walk-outs whenever they feel like it? What are school rules good for, if the administrators and the teachers want to suck up to the students instead of disciplining them to stay in class?
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No, they still have freedom of speech, assembly, religion, etc., even in a government building. But of course that freedom doesn't include inhibiting the Constitutional rights of others.
You have the right to protest at your place of employment also, but that doesn't mean that your boss can't fire you for it.
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1st Amendment rights don't end when a student enters a school building.
Actually, they do (or at least, should)...

People, including children, have plenty of rights, but there's also RESPONSIBILITY...and this school had a responsibility to teach during that time...After the last bell?...Absolutely...
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