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Why are Liberals removing valedictorians from High Schools?

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Now that those feelings are spared, who will the Libs save from hurt feelings next?

There is some group out there...

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The bad thing is our young folks and children fall victim to the liberal wiles. Sad stuff for our young folks!:howdy:

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Removing the valedictorian is just putting a band aid on the problem.  We need to get at the root of the problem, grades.  Bad grades, cause hurt feelings, eliminate them.   

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Liberals are just trying to make sure the fragile ego's of their children are not affected by competitiveness, and that they get their participation trophies. 

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It worked so well equalizing everyone on the soccer field, they've decided the same route during graduation was a great idea. 

Next up.no grades, just a pass fail system whereas those who fail are the only ones who know they failed. They'll get a blank diploma that can be rectified at a later date. No hurt feelings and no shame or disappointment for anyone ever. 

 

Everyone is equal, everyone can grow up to be a CEO..... 

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Soccer, then HS, and the pinnacle of 'safe space' after HS....WELFARE.

Obama was leading us down that road with the highest number of young people ever, age 18-34, on welfare. I have no doubt that today's version of 'Democratic Socialists' will eventually get us there again.

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2 hours ago, Riverboat33 said:

Removing the valedictorian is just putting a band aid on the problem.  We need to get at the root of the problem, grades.  Bad grades, cause hurt feelings, eliminate them.   

That's next but then we have these pesky aptitude test during the hiring process at most companies

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