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It's never a race issue. Racism is only a figment of black folks imagination, RIGHT? If it were ever an issue of race, you would admit it, RIGHT? Spare Me!!!!!! Aside from implications of racism or the assumption his speech would be a political fiasco, the reluctance to allow the Commander in Chief to speak to kids about success in school was completely disrespectful. Brunswick County Schools showed the students that its ok to not have respect for authority. Now I understand why teachers aren't respected in the classroom. What can the school board say about respect for authority when you can't allow the Commander in Chief to speak to the children. This country can go to war at this man's command. Troops are ready and willing to risk their lives pursuant to his call, yet he can't speak to kids in the public school system about staying in school and being successful without having a controversy. It is disrespectful hands down. The reasoning is quite obvious. The justification is completely rehearsed.


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