Sarah Conrad is a Wisconsin conservative who last week memorably sampled the wide variety of scary pictures of guns liberals will need to target (pun intended) as they craft a policy to ban virtual guns in virtual schools.
Sara paired the photos with witty comments on a Facebook post by Pam Schoenecker, whose son was threatened with possible expulsion from his virtual school for having a tiny picture of a gun on an American flag as his avatar while using his computer at home.
Vicki McKenna commented on the photos posted by Sara, during Vicki’s August 29 afternoon broadcast about the efforts by school principal Melissa A. Horn and school superintendent Blake A. Peuse to craft a policy to ban virtual guns from their virtual school (segment starts here).
Here’s a video highlighting Sara’s contribution to the story and, more importantly, presenting the essence of the story in a length much shorter than the 16-minute video posted yesterday (some people have e-mailed that it’s great, but too long to expect their friends to watch).
The new video requires no prior knowledge of this story, and it summarizes — in under four minutes, illustrated with all the entertaining photos posted by Sara — the gist of Vicki’s commentary on this insane plan by school bureaucrats to develop a policy against tiny, but very scary, pictures of guns. Enjoy!