In an earlier e-mail to Pioneer Press, school district assistant superintendent Sue Hebson said the decision is not a political statement, but rather for the safety of students.
"District 113 boasts a diverse student population and, as a school district, we believe in equal opportunity for each of our students," she said. "We cannot commit at this time to playing at a venue where some of our students' safety or liberty might be placed at risk because of state immigration law."
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Follow @sarahpalinchina. It's the same thing.
Friend of the blog* and one-time political aspiring tyrant Roguemonger Sarah Palin is chillingly close to Chicago right now. In Arena Town's Rosemont Theatre. Where she lectured a school that decided not to bring its multicultural girls basketball team to a state that is willfully and brazenly anti-non-White cultures. The state has become so anti-non-White, so Aryan, in fact, according to the school, that it is not 'boycotting' (SP's word), it is declining to go for safety reasons.
In other words, the girls themselves probably don't feel safe thinking about going down there. That's what you learn when you actually spend years listening to the fears and aspirations of young women, instead of using them to further your career or hiding them to keep from curtailing your career, Talking A$$ Palin.
But, alas, for Ms. Hokesome Pokesome Buysome Sellsome Drillsomemore Palin, everybody else, including cartoons making fun of her, her children, her husband's charm and good looks, aides, an Arizonan's carcassing political career, her own perceived sexiness (skin crawling. must. resist. urge. to. bllllleeeeeeeeeerrckkhhhhhh. gag. ill. i think it's ove--------blllllllleeeeeeeeckkkkkhhhh) - whatever or whoever is in play is fair use for her political game.
So she has no qualms about continuing with the accusations, ratcheting up the insane rhetoric to an 11ty.
No, Sarah, there's not really a comparison. I don't think anyone's gonna confuse a bunch of basketball players for pre-borns...