An Ol' Broad's Ramblings
Archive for 20 August 2010
Got this in an email recently. I’m fairly sure it’s made the rounds, but it never hurts to remind folks. I think it was published in June of this year, in the Iosco County News Herald.
I’ve done a bit hunting, and came up with a little information for anyone who wishes to contact a few folks in support of Coach Bryan Glover:
Williamson County Schools
1320 West Main Street
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Superintendent of Schools -Dr. Mike Looney
email – email@example.com
I wouldn’t swear to it, but it seems the email link on the site is disabled. I clicked on it….several times…..nothing. Hmmm….
Grassland Middle School
2390 Hillsboro Road
Franklin, TN 37069
Principle – Dr. Susan Curtis (no email address available)
If you haven’t heard the song that has caused all the uproar, click here, move down the right side, and hear it for yourself. I rather like it m’self!
I was going to get a building permit for a new house. It was going to be 100 ft tall and 400 ft wide with 9 gun turrets at various heights and windows all over the place and a loud outside entertainment sound system.
It would have parking for 200 cars and I was going to paint it snot green with pink trim.
The City Council told me to forget it … AIN’T GONNA HAPPEN!
So I sent in the application again, but this time I called it a Mosque.
Work starts on Monday.
Shared by Sue.
Swiped from Hot Air.
A Tennessee middle school football coach is looking to the future after his termination for alleged political incorrectness.
Another casualty to the fecklessness running rampant.
Twenty-six-year-old Bryan Glover is a Christian who co-wrote a song called “When You’re Holding a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail,” which takes a dig at the current administration and what he believes to be the wrong moves for the U.S. He sent a link to his song to everyone in his personal e-mail inbox, which included parents from Grassland Middle School, where he coached football.
If you are a lockstep liberal, it’s ok to spout lies, beat the drum of indoctrination. But, if you disagree with the current administration, then you don’t have a right to express your opinion.