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TheOtherTink

No, of course not, as long as the student in question is not being disruptive; he otherwise has every right to be a fool.

That was settled 6-3 by the Supreme Court in 1943. 

Fuzzy Corona

The Pledge of Allegiance... on a fundamental level... does not matter

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