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‘Tis the season! The PC police have struck again, this time in Bangor, Maine where math teacher Catherine Gordon has decorated her classroom for the better part of 30 years. Her tree – a pink hello kitty Christmas tree bearing no religious symbols – was deemed inappropriate by the school’s principal.
“I feel that this is definitely a turning point in our society—when everything offends everyone all the time—it just sucks the joy out of everything,” Catherine Gordon, a math teacher at Bangor High School, posted Friday night on her Facebook page.
“It just seems that in our quest to be tolerant of everything, we’ve become intolerant to everything,” Gordon said of the incident.
She also hopes this experience opens up a dialogue about what is appropriate and what is not during the holiday season.
“Our local school teachers and parents should have the ultimate say in how to run their classrooms so long as it does not pose any danger to students or the community,” said Maine Congressman Rep. Bruce Poliquin (R-ME).
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