Public Divided on Dad Defending DaughterDad's schoolbus outburst causes debate.

Sep 18, 2010 Full story: ABC News

James Jones' boarding of a school bus in central Florida this week to confront his daughter's bullies has people divided over the appropriateness of his outburst.

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Guelph, Canada

#1 Sep 18, 2010
President Obama should step in and:
- give Mr Jones an obligatory lecture on abiding by the law.
- pay for the best lawyer for Mr Jones
- invite the family to the White House for lunch.
When so many African American children grow up fatherless, what this man did for his child should be praised.

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