By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
If you see something, say something. That's what Ward 7 activist Geraldine Washington said she was doing when she alerted D.C. Public Schools officials to what she thought was the inappropriate touching of a child by another child.
Activists hoping to bring Mayor Adrian M. Fenty"s school takeover plan before voters yesterday were granted a last-minute hearing, which could decide the fate of their challenge.
When she protested, Robert Utiger, general counsel of DCPS, said her conduct justified the barring notice.
"I believe your conduct as reported, and your intemperate emails, fully justified barring you from the school, particularly since you do not appear to be the legal guardian of any child attending the school. Finally, I do not intend to respond further to your emails," he wrote.