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Unarmed Minuteman

Date sent: Thu, 4 Oct 2001 08:23:14 -0400
From: kurt <>
Subject: Anti-Americanism at Jefferson Middle School

Will Michael Morris stand up and celebrate flag-burning next? Teach his students to spit on American servicemen? Announce that we "deserved" to have 5000+ Americans slaughtered in the recent terrorist attacks?

Who can be sure? He seems to have no compunctions about symbolic attacks on America's heritage, as evidenced by his erasure of the tool of the Minuteman from the mascot that represents the school where he serves as principal.

One should, I think, ask what made the Minuteman a "Minuteman"? Does Mr. Morris even know? Is he aware that these early American Patriots had prepared and agreed to take up arms in common defense "at a minute's notice"?

It's time to expose the politically-correct treachery of fools like Michael Morris. We should take steps to end the misguided notions of "political correctness" that decree all fundamental symbols of America's history and American values "inappropriate".

Morris claims that "everyone loves" the revised Minuteman. He's wrong. Personally, I would "love" to see Morris fired. Such anti-American bigots have no place administering an American school.

Kurt Amesbury, J.D.
Oviedo, Florida

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