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Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan Senator, Slams New Bullying Legislation (VIDEO)

Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan Senator, Slams New Bullying Legislation (VIDEO)

Commented Nov 6, 2011 at 00:22:47 in Gay Voices

“I would love to see everyone either publicly, privately or both, take a moment to applaud Michigan State Senator Gretchen Whitmer for standing firm in her courage and conviction.
Sen. Whitmer should be commended for reminding America that Representative Government is supposed to represent us. We the people. Our children.
The # 1 purpose of that government is the safety and security of it's people from enemies both foreign and domestic.
Bullies are enemies and they cannot muster under a banner of religious or 'moral conviction' and violate the law.
The First Amendment is a protection under the law not immunity from it.
Perhaps "No Child Left Behind" is a failure of monumental proportion because these Michigan senators, indeed these former students, obviously don't get the First Amendment!!
Here ya go Michigan:

1776 July 4 - AMERICAN CHILDREN can never be subjects of a Monarchy.
2011 Jan 18 - AMERICAN CHILDREN should never be subjected to bullying - PERIOD!

kindnessabovemalice.org”
What Your Kids Might Not Be Telling You

What Your Kids Might Not Be Telling You

Commented Oct 31, 2011 at 20:48:11 in Women

“Focused thru tears, I hear my son and the voices of our children gently encouragin­g us all.
We are so grateful to you Marlo and the many courageous people that bring passion and commitment to this fight for life.
I applaud you and cheer you on.
Much Love ♥

kindnessab­ovemalice.­org”
What Your Kids Might Not Be Telling You

What Your Kids Might Not Be Telling You

Commented Oct 31, 2011 at 12:25:18 in Women

“As I am one day into my 54th year, I enter the rest of my life with these words spoken to my beloved Kameron ~

"Angry and broken, but with crystal clear focus, I promise you Kameron that I will not stop seeking justice, until I have not a single breath left in my life.
One day we will get to a place where no other child will die because of the cruelty and callousness of their peers or those charged with protecting them.
One day we will get to a moment when hearts are filled with love and respect instead of a desire to gain social status or a distorted measure of power by disparaging others.
One day those that seek to destroy will themselves feel the loneliness and solitude that quietly extinguishes the flame of self worth as they are left behind by all of humanity.
Though they may win a battle or enjoy glory and pride for a moment, they will surely be crushed by the weight of their own intolerance.

It is then and only then, that I will be at rest".”

obie53 on Oct 31, 2011 at 15:16:02

“Kevin,
My heart weighs heavy knowing your sadness and grief. I hope you, and all involved, will be successful in putting an end to this tragedy.”

WJT1 on Oct 31, 2011 at 14:00:23

“I am sorry for your loss. May you find peace.”

Opposition Research on Oct 31, 2011 at 13:50:37

“{looks for the Heart badge}”

Suntio on Oct 31, 2011 at 13:35:21

“My heart breaks for you; I wish you all the best.”
What Your Kids Might Not Be Telling You

What Your Kids Might Not Be Telling You

Commented Oct 31, 2011 at 12:17:33 in Women

“Focused thru tears, I hear my son and the voices of our children gently encouraging us all.
We are so grateful to you Marlo and the many courageous people that bring passion and commitment to this fight for life.
I applaud you and cheer you on.
Much Love ♥

kindnessabovemalice.org”
Questions For Ann Shoket, Editor-In-Chief Of Seventeen Magazine

Questions For Ann Shoket, Editor-In-Chief Of Seventeen Magazine

Commented Sep 6, 2011 at 22:06:50 in Women

“As we learn more about the bully and the imbalance of power, we are learning that one objective is to remove the power or level the playing field by empowering the bystanders, those other individuals that witness the bullying, thereby in a united front arms locked together, everyone working in unison can now remove the imbalance and thereby make the bully powerless. Does that make sense?
Having said that, my question is this; How do we empower the individual in the cyber community when the support of the bystander community that is physically standing all around you in person, but in the cyber world that very same community is not there unless and only if they choose to make themselves visible. The choice to not be an observer or bystander only exists in the cyber community. By the click of a mouse they can disappear and leave the powerful bully and the powerless victim all alone. Without that actual presence of the bystander, how do we empower the victim?
Thanks -KJ”