Wednesday, November 14, 2012

How Should I Feel About This

I haven't yet received my liberal handbook so I'm really confused about how I'm supposed to feel about this and where my faux outrage should be placed:
A suspicious husband used the GPS capability on his wife's cellphone to find the 38-year-old teacher having sex with a 16-year-old boy.

Amie Neely now faces a felony sexual assault charge after being arrested by Port St. Lucie, Fla. police early Sunday morning, according to TC Palm...

The boy told cops he drove Neely to an area near St. Lucie West Centennial High School. He said he got in the back seat with Neely and, as the two were having sex, the teacher's husband walked up to the car and discovered them.

Neely allegedly blamed "midlife crisis" feelings for her behavior when questioned by police, according to TC Palm. She also said the boy kept asking for sex and she hoped he would stop asking if she went along with his requests, according to police. The boy told cops he and Neely had sex on multiple occasions, including inside the teacher's home.
As a womyn she should get to decide what to do with her own body...

but she technically committed a crime by having sex with a student...

who pestered her frequently—sexual harassment!—to have sex with him...

but it's only statutory rape, not rape rape.

I’ll bet she wasn’t a union member, because union members wouldn’t do this.  That's it!  Florida isn't a union state!  I'll make this a union issue!

Update, 11/15/12:  It was all a joke, I didn't really turn liberal :-)


Happy Elf Mom said...

Darren, don't you know that schools should be involved in EVERY aspect of a child's life?

And besides, if we've determined that hungry children don't score as well on those standardized tests that we think are God, what on earth do we think might happen if these poor hormonal teens come to school horny?

It's a matter of national security, really... I think Michelle Obama should get a blue ribbon panel together on this now that she has the school lunch thing squared away.

Steve USMA '85 said...

I am very proud of you Darren. You are taking your new-found belief seriously and were able to quickly maneuver through the perceived conundrum.

Anonymous said...


You are clearly new at this, Darren.

The correct answer is: It is Bush's fault.


-Mark Roulo

Darren said...

Doh! That's where "the recount" was! This all goes back to "hanging chads"!

Yes, I am new to this. Lo siento.