sunset from behind the wire

sunset from behind the wire

Thursday, August 26, 2010

When you're holding a hammer, everything looks like a nail.



Do you remember the sickening "I love barack hussein obama" songs that were sung in schools as President #44 swept into office?  How many of those teachers and principals were fired for doing that?

Now Bryan Glover, a 26 year old teacher has been fired for a conservative song as "News Channel 5 Reports"from Franklin, TN.

(h/t ResistNet)

http://www.holdingahammer.com/


They don’t care how the little people feel
 ‘Cause savin’ the world is a big freakin’ deal
They do their business behind closed doors
And pretend that the world is just beggin’ for more
When the stuff hits the fan they say “Don’t look at me
If you got trouble, blame 43”


6 comments:

  1. "It ain't my fault. Somebody else did it." That is part of the Criminal Mentality. Like, "How did you know it was me?" and "Don't worry, we won't get caught."

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  2. I hope he gets his job back. The leftists need to take a chill pill.

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  3. Opus #6 -- The two-faced nature of leftists never ceases to amaze me.

    WoFat -- If they loose the House of Representatives, there will be subpoenas and they may get caught.

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  4. Nice post... I like your blog and will be back!!

    Steve
    Common Cents
    http://www.commoncts.blogspot.com

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  5. I remember the "MMMMmmm MMMMmmm MMMmmm Barack Hussein Obama" song best. It was not pretty, but I don't recall anyone calling for
    someone to get fired over it.

    I can't imagine where they get off firing someone for writing this 'conservative' song either.

    I'm so tired of the uneven playing field we navigate every day.

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  6. It's only wrong when Patriots do it!
    I can't stand the lefties and their horrible hypocrisy.

    I too, hope the teacher gets reinstated, and also he should sue someone, to hit 'em where it hurts, their wallets.

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