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What medical information? The teacher made no diagnosis. The kid ate glue. That's not medical; that's observational. If you are going to claim its medical, then you need to provide the doctor's records to back that up or else anything can be claimed to be medical and thus off limits for review.
If she had released his grades, then you you would have a point about violation of trust. However, he was in a room with 20 or 30 other people and there is no reasonable expectation of privacy in that situaiton. Every student in the class could see him eating glue and would know that he was a loner. The teacher revealed nothing that his classmates could not have (and probably did repeatedly) and she didn't reveal it until after he made himself a target by reaching the pinnacle of American politics. For better or worse, politics is a blood sport, and if they can't take the heat, they need to stay out of the kitchen.
As for your claim of relevance, when you are an advisor in the Whitehouse or the President or in Congress or on SCOTUS, then everything about you is relevant because it all effects or demonstrates how you think and that effects the decisions you will make.
Aren't girls still icky at that age?
Mother Nature, red in tooth and claw
"Mysterious assassinations will continue until morale improves."
No, it would be more like mocking me for my fear of heights.
It is not a moral failing, nor is it a developmental handicap. It would be inappropriate to bring it up if I were a politician, because it would have no bearing on that job, on legislation, etc. For a grade school teacher to bring it up is a violation of the trust in an authority figure, a violation of privacy rights - both moral and physical.
As a former network admin and former nurse/medic, I was privy to much information that many people would find embarrassing, and also had a legal obligation to keep to myself. (I am not, BTW, particularly bothered if folks know I have acrophobia.)
Do you truly not understand knowing the difference between embarrassing personal medical information and Kavanaugh's alleged criminal assaults?
Relevance matters also. My acrophobia would be pertinent information were I applying for a job as a fireman (I might have to climb a ladder or burning structure). Even if Kavanaugh's predatory crimes were some sort of recognized pathology, it would still be appropriate to his job application.
I submit that Dweebus was a few egg rolls short of a family dinner when he hooked up with that fat-bottomed bimbo.
All FORM; no substance. That's all that these vacant attention-whores have to work with.
A unanimous decision by the Washington state SC. I am gawd damned proud to be a lifetime resident of Washington, the BLUE Evergreen State!
I couldn't agree more. Constructive criticism that perpetuates eventual compromise that permits EVERYONE to "progress" forward, onward, and upward to other pressing concerns seems far more productive, as well as functionally unifying. It's also what DEMOCRACY is.
I didn't think it was possible for me to feel greater affection for the fine citizens of New York City. I was vastly mistaken.
Shoulda 'shopped the tie up at their mouths and it would have made a great/terrible Lady and the Tramp moment too.
I do find this amusing, because Trump would want a grandiose monument that would be the focus of everyone's attention long after he was gone.
Turns out his entire apartment was made out of polonium.