trigger's comment history

trigger said...

Several people such as librul, former chattanooga resident, enufisenuf are just using this opportunity to down religion. You are missing the whole point. The cheerleaders have no intention for forcing anything on anyone. They simply are trying to give encouraging words to the players. It promotes no specific religion. Get a life and leave the kids alone. Don't like the sign. Don't read it. Turn your head for the 2 minutes it stands. To the students-The people sitting in judgement say the cheerleaders can't hold the sign because they have on a uniform that positions them with the school- you don't. Why can't the students hold the sign? Could that be possible. You do have a right to have what ever signs you want. I heard that said on live TV. Food for thought.

October 1, 2009 at 6:42 p.m.
trigger said...

1st-ebartoo-You and several others are just spouting off. Read the article she said she didn't complain so she is no hero for you or any of your friends. 2nd-Ms. Jackson-Don't try to play all innocent. If you were taking the class you stated you were, you knew once someone anyone brought this to their attention, the matter would have to be addressed. I'm sure you never dreamed your actions would cause such an up roar. Remember what we teach our children. "We are responsible for our actions". I feel sure you did know what your actions would cause and now you are paying a very high price. This is something that will follow you for a long time. You will be reaping what you sowed for years to come. You will always be remembered as the person that got our signs banned! You're in my prayers.

October 1, 2009 at 5:57 p.m.

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