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Don't say we didn't warn you

Jennifer Tesch’s daughter, Kennedy, was kicked off her cheerleader squad — supporting a youth flag-football team — in Madison Heights, Mich., after complaining to her mother about the saucy language of one of the cheers in the girls’ repertoire: “Our backs ache!/Our skirts are too tight!/We shake our booties!/From left to right!”
Kennedy and Jennifer thought that was inappropriate, considering that Kennedy is 6 years old.
The team, given the chance to renounce the cheer, voted to keep it and instead to punish Kennedy for taking the dispute public.
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