Eleven year old twins Kaidence and Abigail were born on an air force base. Their father, Phil Rolen, is a now disabled Iraq war veteran.
They recently went to school wearing new “U.S. Air Force” hoodies. The girl’s teachers were not amused. “She yelled at me and said that’s out of the dress code and that she would get me in trouble if I wore something out of the dress code,” said Kaidence. Father Phil called the school’s principle and was told that the Air Force logo itself was not the issue, but that the logos were larger than the district’s code allows.
Really? In this era of tattoos and piercings, pants and boxers hanging down to the floor, and vulgar, explicit expressions on kids and adults apparel, schools are on the lookout for ‘over-sized’ Air Force logos? That they can’t tolerate!
“Bob, apprehend those girls, the logo on their sweatshirts must be nearly two inches too large!”
Burkas and keffiyehs are perfectly fine, however. As are shirts depicting the image of Che Guevara.
To quote the Doors, “This is the end…”