Teacher shames young hunter at NE OH school: “Killing animals is not what we do” | Buckeye Firearms Association

Posted: January 17, 2017 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


  1. Joe says:

    Doesn’t surprise me at all coming from the Highland School District. Home of the “Multi-cultural day” and the “Winter Break”. I never knew we celebrated Winter, It was always Christmas that was celebrated when I grew up. But these so called teachers are for the most part all progressive leftists indoctrinating the youth with the leftist party line. Keep your kids at home and avoid these people at all costs.


    • gamegetterII says:

      The teacher is obviously not from the area-school was an elementary in Hinckley-I drive through the area on my way to and from deer hunting sometimes. I see lots of guys who have deer hanging in the garage,or from a tree in yard.
      I know all the teachers are leftist/Marxist tools-K-12 public schools are nothing more than leftist indoctrination centers.
      Our kids are all out of school,the ones that went to college are out of that mess as well. Since they got degrees in fields that allow them to earn a living,they aren’t living at our house saddled with a few hundred thousand dollars debt for a gender studies degree or a women’s studies degree or any of the other equally useless “studies” degrees.
      Nursing,engineering,and computer science fields don’t have the 100% leftist professors-as those fields require critical thinking skills.


  2. D. M. Hutchins says:

    Reblogged this on D. M. Hutchins and commented:
    Right, because hunting fresh and healthy game to feed your family is bad, but buying store-bought pre-packaged poison from Monsanto to kill your family is “good”…

    Liked by 1 person

  3. A teacher eh?
    It don’t matter which side of the world we live on, educators just aint educated.

    Recently I got railed at by a college professor as I was talking about SWMBO making bunny and pigeon pie from my pest controlling.
    Apparently that was an “immoral, ghastly, and anti social” thing to do.

    Imagine my joy when he sat down at a BBQ eating chicken near me.
    So I politely asked him if he was enjoying his meal.
    Then I told him out how I’d gone to a friends house, bought 3 older birds from his chicken flock that weren’t good layers, wrung their necks, plucked and dressed them ready for the BBQ.

    Shame about the mess as he was sick over his corduroy pants.
    But I figure it was worth it.

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