Many found it beyond inappropriate:
He read the comments verbatim, even naming the students who wrote them in some cases, witnesses said.
“He was doing it loudly and pretty angrily,” student Rachel William. “Some of the teachers tried to stop him, and said things like ‘You shouldn’t be naming students.”
Student Stephen Small said “Some teachers immediately were outraged to hear the language that was used … some people still feel it was inappropriate to read them word for word.”
This guy wants to be Governor or Senator, but he’s not above bullying kids at high school.
With Harvard Pilgrim CEO Charlie Baker sounding more like a potential 2010 gubernatorial candidate (and with Brown recognizing that he would have a very hard time defeating Baker in a GOP primary), Brown thinks he has a better chance at walking into a GOP Senate nomination and taking on Senator Kerry in 2008.
But first he’ll have to explain to every parent in Massachusetts why he thinks it’s OK to bully kids at school just because some kids called him names on a website.