Friday, May 14

High school art student is questioned by police and secret service for drawing Bush, dressed as a devil, launching a missile even though the art teacher assigned students to keep a notebook depicting pictures of the war in Iraq. Of course, he wasn't charged with anything, but the school punished him anyway. What a way to encourage artistic freedom, teach'.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous12:27 AM

    I am ashamed to be a U.S. Citizen.

    Not because of Iraq, but the removal of civil rights here and abroad.

    I for one was charged under the Patriot Act and acquitted because I wanted my 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 10th amendment rights.

    Many Iraq citizens have been forced to give up thier arms despite not fighting against us.

    It's kind of funny how you can't even legally get a passport to leave this country if you believe in the 2nd amendment. They make you take an oath that contradicts the whole meaning of the 2nd amendment. I bear arms against the U.S. as specified by the Constitution and recommended by the Federalist Papers, but to get a passport you have to lie under oath.