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Leslie Brown

Now wait a cotton-pickin’ minute! I thought Socialists were all about, “share and share alike”. You know, “what’s mine is mine, and what’s yours is mine too!” Now they’re saying sharing is worthy of DETENTION!

Just when you think liberal lunacy cannot get any more nutty (oops, PEANUT allergies, my bad?) it does.

WEAVERVILLE, Calif. – Not only is there no such thing as a free lunch, an eighth grader found out the hard way there’s no such thing as a shared lunch, either.

Kyle Bradford lunch detention KRCRABC 7 reports Kyle Bradford, an 8th grader at Weaverville Elementary School, shared his chicken burrito with a friend who didn’t like the school-prepared cheese sandwich he was given by the cafeteria.

After all, friends share.

“It seemed like he couldn’t get a normal lunch so I just wanted to give mine to him because I wasn’t really that hungry and it was just going to go in the garbage if I didn’t eat it,” the 13-year-old tells the news station.

But the Trinity Alps Unified School District has banned the sharing of food, citing food allergies. The student received detention.(1)

Geez, too bad it’s not the kind of “detention” they have at Guantanamo. This poor kids was just being kind to share his lunch. Let’s see what kind of “perks” they have there….

For those in the US wailing about wasteful government spending and/or the Obama administration’s failure to close Guantanamo Bay, cue the outrage: Gitmo detainees are getting a new soccer field, which will cost taxpayers $744,000. The field is just about finished and was shown to reporters during a tour yesterday; it is half the size of an American football field and will be available to the “highly compliant” detainees living in the communal setting of Camp 6. Of the 171 detainees still being held at Guantanamo Bay, 85% are in Camp 6, the Washington Post notes.

Camp 6 already has both an indoor and an outdoor recreation field; a soccer field was chosen as the third field because the sport is quite popular with the inmates, many of whom lost the ability to play when they were transferred to Camp 6 from the now-shuttered Camp 4, which featured a dirt area they used as a field.(2)


Nothing quite like seeing a soccer ball stuck in concertina wire eh?


concertina wire

 This video will make your blood boil!  Five terrorists released from Guantanamo for one  American traitor. 

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