October 11th 2012 07:37:08 PM
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A 16-year-old high school sophomore who says she was ridiculed by her geometry teacher for wearing a Mitt Romney T-shirt returned to school Tuesday following a rally by cheering supporters. The teacher has also written a letter of apology that was read aloud to students.
Samantha Pawlucy hadn’t been back to Charles Carroll High School in the city’s Port Richmond section since last week. That’s when she and her family say she was mocked by her teacher for wearing the shirt supporting the Republican presidential candidate. She said the teacher questioned why she was wearing the shirt and called others in to the room to laugh at her.
DUDE, didn’t Ayn Rand write that scene like 75 years ago?
Pawlucy, whose family had expressed concern for her safety, returned Tuesday after a rally that featured supporters singing the national anthem and reading the First Amendment — as well as shouts of supporters calling “Go, Sam!” and “You’re great, Sam!”
The school’s principal read students the letter of apology from geometry teacher Lynette Gaymon on Tuesday.
“I’m very sorry for all the chaos and negative attention that has surrounded the school in the past couple of weeks,” she wrote. “What I meant as a light and humorous remark during class has developed into a huge conflict between students, faculty, parents and neighbors. My words were never meant to belittle Ms. Pawlucy, or cause any harm…”
Of course they were. And she was not light-hearted when she did this. She was f*cking pissed. We know these people.
Pawlucy wore the pink “Romney/Ryan” shirt to “dress-down” day on Sept. 28. She said that during class, Gaymon pointed out the shirt, questioned why she was wearing it and told her to leave the classroom. Gaymon, Pawlucy said, said it was a “Democratic” school and compared it to wearing a “KKK” shirt. […]
It doesn’t matter how many times these cliche humans have been depicted. They’re still happy to be a two-dimensional caricature that’s been done and done again on paper as much as in reality.
How many times do we have to say it? These people are believers in a one-party system.
And they’re too stupid to realize that’s what we have.
As George Soros assured the Europeans earlier this year: Don’t worry if Romney wins. He and Obama aren’t that different.
Indeed, Romney wouldn’t be the candidate if he were!
And that’s the whole game. Whatever the outcome, the winner of the election will be George Soros. Implementing Hitler’s New World Order, just like he implemented Hitler’s directive to confiscate Jewish furniture.
Meanwhile, the fact that this walking stereotype — Lynette Gaymon — is a geometry teacher is all the richer. Tenth Grade Geometry is where we had to read the book Flatland. In it, there is a one-dimensional creature — Point — which can’t conceive of there being anything bigger than itself or beyond its understanding. The two-dimensional creature — Line — sees Point talking and listening to itself, and being most impressed with itself. Line tries to communicate with Point and explain that there is a larger world out there, and that it is Line that is casting that ‘inexplicable’ shadow which Point sees but attributes to his own superpowers. All to no avail; even though Point can hear Line talking, it’s not possible for there to be anything beyond Point’s existence, and so the noise must be an extension of Point’s infinite abilities. There can be only Point.
Little does Line know that Form is desperately trying to reach him from the third dimension. To Line, a dimension beyond the second is inconceivable. So Form and Line are similarly frustrated, but Point is happy as can be.
And now we know all there is to know about teacher Lynette Gaymon.