Liberal Parents Render Their Children *Politically Correct* and *Gender Neutral* Victims

Aledo coaches cleared of ‘bullying’ charges in 91-0 win

A FootballA Texas high school football coach whose team won its last game 91-0 said a district investigation has found “no grounds” to support a bullying complaint filed by a parent of the losing team.

Aledo High School coach Tim Buchanan said Wednesday administrators told him they found no evidence of bullying before or during Friday’s lopsided victory over Fort Worth Western Hills.

State law required the district to investigate the complaint. A copy of the complaint obtained by The Associated Press accused coaches of “not easing up when the game was in hand.

The parent, whose name was redacted, said in the complaint, “I did not know what to say on the ride home” to his or her son to explain the behavior of the coaches. SOURCE

“I did not know what to say on the ride home”…

Try telling the kid *better luck next time* or *well, you got out-played tonight but things will get better*, or you could try growing a set and telling the kid that his team just got their asses KICKED and that was a lesson in LIFE and how it can really happen once you leave Mommy and Daddy and their *feel good* world of make believe, fairy dust and unicorn farts.

These Coaches should have NEVER had to face accusations of bullying in the first place. Some folks need to put their *BIG BOY* pants on and stop crying over LIFE not being fair.

And here is another Texas story that just makes my head explode.

No more awards for the losers in Keller youth league

KELLER — A Keller youth football organization says it will stop giving out “participation” trophies, but not all parents are on board with that decision.

On its Facebook page, the Keller Youth Association stated:

“Giving participation medals or trophies isn’t sending our children the right message. Trophies are something you should strive for and earn. Life does not give you a participation job or medal, life makes you earn everything you get.”

Supporters of that policy agree, arguing that most kids understand if they work hard, they accomplished something.

But some parents like Hugh Whittington feel that for young children involved in sports, the champions shouldn’t be the only ones who are recognized. SOURCE

I think a rubber stamp to print LOSER on their foreheads would be a lot better, it would teach them that LIFE is not fair and we’re not ALL winners.

What the hell kind of WUSSIES are parents raising here in Texas? This is Texas for crying out loud, we have WINNERS and we have LOSERS, that’s the way REAL LIFE goes down and to NOT prepare your children for real life does nothing to help them OR the society they will be thinking owes them something once they enter the workforce.

These 2 stories are prime examples of what the Libber Left is doing to America and our youth and illustrates perfectly why Texas can’t EVER be allowed to go BLUE!

This is also a perfect example of how to NOT raise your kids if you ever want them to be able to stand on their own 2 feet and face the world in ANY state.

*But we don’t want little insert name here to be aggressive, we want him to feel like he participated*, THAT is how far too many politically correct Liberal parents raise their children. So, here’s the deal Libbers, pay attention; if you’re not a WINNER, you’re a loser and there’s no glory for LOSERS!

That’s how I see it, but I’m not a bleeding heart, tree hugging, whale saving Libtard.

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7 Responses to Liberal Parents Render Their Children *Politically Correct* and *Gender Neutral* Victims

  1. Tex says:

    This is the liberal way, teach kids to “get by”. I see good in the Aledo Team continuing to play. Players who normally ride the bench got to play. As for the 2d place team the parents should be asking why the High School Coach makes so much money and the sports programs take away from the academics. At another High School a player was kicked off the team and suspended from school for writing a poem about the politics of his football team, where the coach’s favorites played and the others were there only to make those favorites look good in a 1 and 7 season. The kid wanted to win or at least try to win but the coach wanted to promote favorites and recommend them for scholarships. Liberals are teaching that football and sports in general teach violence. If that’s so you have the wrong coaches. There should be nothing wrong with standing up for yourself, striving for improvement and pushing yourself, but then a Nation of sheep is easier to control.

  2. I couldn’t agree more, Fred.

    I was wondering the other day when Obama will begin handing our participation medals to our military. I mean, they’re not allowed to win anymore….

    JDL

    • BobF says:

      This goes much higher and further than a kids sports game. Longstreet, you may not know it but we do give out participation medals just for being in the military. Every three years I would get a notice that Airman/Sgt Johnny had been on station for three years and was eligible for a medal. Unless the individuals contributions were above and beyond just their paycheck, I would disapprove them. I would then have to go see the squadron executive officer to justify why I didn’t want to put Johnny in for a decoration. Then the Air Force came out with an Achievement Medal to make it easier to submit people for a decoration. Many senior NCO’s called it the “Just because” medal. Today you will see an E-4 or E-5 with more ribbons on their chest than an E-9 or Field Grade Officer of 25 years ago.

  3. BaMoiBa says:

    HOORA, Bob

    Good to see that someone else seen the “I was there to” mentality of our armed forces today. Let’s be honest, it all stems from the the education system in which they grew up. I’m a VN Vet and I had to contact the powers-to-be for information regarding a VA claim. Now I clearly knew what I was entitled to in terms of awards but needed to up date a 44 year old DD214. The list included 3 awards I never knew existed let alone thought I was eligible for. Every time one of these “4 Star” rock stars on TV with their rows of ribbons I wonder how many are “I was there to” earned sitting on their ass in the Pentagon!

    Not interested in “chest candy” just give me the DD215.

  4. Karl von Knoblauch says:

    Where would we be today if we had a bunch of those “wusses” when WW2 broke out?
    Fortunately we had winners, many of them and they were aggressive. We were the WINNERS!! If we did not have those great fighters we would be speaking another language in the U.S.A. today.
    By now I’m sure everyone knows our “wuss-in-Chief” is one of those girly men who would rather kiss the ass of our enemy and has exhibited zero respect for our military.

  5. I stand corrected, BobF. when I was in service, the Army had just gotten rid of the horses and mules!! So — its been awhile. Thanks for the enlightenment!

    JDL

  6. Nemesis says:

    A great post Fred! I couldn’t agree more with what you have written, especially the bit about the rubber stamp. LOL!

    When my eldest boy reached the age of 12 I started to give him some sparring lessons for his own self defence needs, because I knew from my own experience that one day he would need to defend himself. One day my wife caught us having some friendly fisticuffs and blew her lid about turning the boy into an aggressive bully?

    Such is the thinking of some females and school policies that my kids once went to.

    She eventually came over to my way of thinking after a rather lengthy and at times heated ‘discussion’ and both my boys have been adequately taught by myself and others, in how to properly defend themselves. My eldest boy got into his first fight with the school bus bully at age 15. He did not win that fight, but the bully left him alone after that!

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