Krackpots in Kyle

Kyle, just down the road from the rancho, used to be a fairly sensible little Texas town. Nowadays, of course, it’s a bedroom community of Austin. And with its growth have come the leftist crackpots of public education.

Hence, at Lehman high school, which once might have been the scene of pickup trucks of youthful hunters in the parking lot with rifle racks in the back window, is now a haven for delicate little buttercups from California and elsewhere

So when one of them mistakes the word “gum” for “gun” the professional educators swing into action. “Because we are conducting the PSAT, we were able to hold students in their extended class periods to investigate the concern with little to no disruption to their schedule,” said principal Michelle Chae in a letter to parents.

On the other hand, why send a letter home if there was no problem? Why, to make sure the parents of those little buttercups don’t get the idea that they’re expected to act like real, independent, rational Texans.

3 responses to “Krackpots in Kyle

  1. Reminds me of the, I’ve got a gub scene, in Woody Allen’s “Take the Money and Run”. When he was funny, now days it’s sorta hard to believe he was.

  2. He was, until his private life surfaced and that made it hard to laugh anymore.