Thursday, February 14, 2013


Boys and girls at a Massachusetts elementary school have been banned from bringing Valentine's Day candy or cards over cultural equality issues and federal guidelines regulating candy.

David DeRuosi, superintendent defended the principal's decision - explaining that with new residents and new mandates "certain traditions we have to modify and adapt." No candy, no cards, no cupcakes, the superintendent said.

Freedom Of Speech would like to say:

It's disgusting that all this political correctness is basically not allowing children to be children. To be an American child today is to be bound and gagged by the culture of the immigrant. American traditions, the very things that drew these people to our country, are cast aside in order to not to offend. If being American is so offensive to the immigrant, let the immigrant go back to where they came from.


If they don't speak English, maybe they should! After all they are in the United States of America. When we travel to foreign countries, we don't expect them to change their language just for us.

Adults need to stay out of child's play.