[–] revmoo 5 points (+5|-0)

We have 'piercing the corporate veil' when it comes to certain actions by company execs that obviate their limits of liability where they can be held personally responsible in court.

We need the same thing for government employees. If you blatantly, flagrantly, and indisputably violate the constitution in the course of doing your job, taxpayers should not have to pick up the bill for your actions.

[–] Owlchemy [OP] 3 points (+3|-0)

I agree with that. So many do anything they please knowing full well that they'll never be held personally responsible for their decisions. They don't even need to hire a lawyer, as the aggrieved in these cases does, to protect themselves. It's a free ride.

[–] E-werd 1 points (+2|-1)

They're all idiots. The shirt isn't that bad, but the kid knew what he was doing, too.

[–] Owlchemy [OP] 2 points (+2|-0)

Yes, true, but he has as much right to express his sentiments as does someone with a liberal cause. Show me a story where someone is hassled for wearing a leftist t-shirt. There may be a few, but I've never seen them ... and those on the right are regularly singled out, as with MAGA hats that get people beaten in the streets. Trump Derangement Syndrome.

[–] PhunkyPlatypus 1 points (+1|-0)

Could that be a simple issue of coverage?

It's not uncommon to see students with a Che Guevara, tee-shirts.
'Rightys' bitch about it, but little more. Students are not prohibited from wearing them.

Is Trump more offensive than The Butcher of La Cabana?