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David Gregory Mocks NRA Leader for Proposing Armed Guards in Schools But Sends His Kids to a School with 11 Armed Guards

Dave M Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 12:11 AM
The real key of the armed guards issue is the common sense approach that self-reliant citizens stop such acts from occurring in the first place. It doesn't require armed guards in every school but it does expect the public to take whatever action necessary to stop such people.-including killing them by any means necessary. it would have been assumed historically that several school officials were armed and prepared to deal with such people. And the law protected the person that killed the scum- not the scum.
In the wake of the Sandy Hook massacre, Rep. Louie Gohmert told Fox News’ Chris Wallace that he wished the principal had a gun to prevent the carnage from taking place. NRA leader Wayne LaPierre agreed with the idea of having armed guards in our schools, saying that, “It’s the one thing we can do immediately that can make our children more safe.” NBC’s David Gregory mocked LaPierre’s proposal, however, which brings to light (yet again) the