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Democratic Senator Says Obama's Gun Control Executive Orders "Wrong Headed"

David1735 Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 2:58 PM
How is arming more people a bad idea? To stop a bad guy with a gun, you need a good guy with a gun. I am not asking for armed guards in my school - as you can see, the cost is astronomical and it doesn't come close to affecting ALL schools. All I am asking is that you let me, and my colleagues with CCW permits, to carry at school.
Jay Wye Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 4:07 PM
when enough law-abiding citizens go about armed,then it becomes TOO dangerous for a criminal to even TRY to commit a crime. Society thus becomes safer.
Plus,people will be polite to everyone,not knowing who is armed and who isn't.
The Texas Eagle Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 4:05 PM
Any school administrator or teacher that says they don't want administrators or teachers to carry guns to school is admitting that they don't really care if their students are killed in an attack. I'm a high school principal and it would make me feel 100% better knowing that I can carry a weapon to protect my kids. I'm working on it.

Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota is calling President Obama's use of executive orders to push more gun control "wrong headed," saying in a recent interview there "isn't any amount of gun regulation or gun executive orders that will solve the problem of identifying people who could potentially do this [mass shootings]."

Democratic Senator Jon Tester of Montana isn't publicly supporting President Obama's calls for gun control either.

"I can't tell you whether I'm for this ban or for that ban," Tester said during a recent local news...