Asked to wear red, white and blue to show patriotism, 11-year-old Daxx Dalton came to his Colorado K-8 school in an anti-Obama shirt calling the candidate “the terrorist’s best friend.” He was suspended for refusing to turn it inside out or change shirts.
At school, I can see forbidding sexual, drug, and certain weapons references, but not political messages. As I commented at Joanne's site:
I’m offended by certain t-shirts every day. That doesn’t mean they should be banned. Tinker v. Des Moines, and all that.
Government agencies should not be in the habit of censoring political views.