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Armed Guard Saves School Last Week (Gun Control Freaks Wrong Again)?

Doug5049 Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 8:36 AM
I worked at a public school of about 1200 students some years back. An armed, uniformed police officer patrolled the school. The same guy every day. Never any shootings. One thing I didn't like: One day, while my algebra students were taking a test, the officer, the vice-principal, and a woman with a dog came into my room unannounced and said the dog was going to sniff the room for drugs. I objected, saying that they were taking a test. I also told them that it was already obvious to me that none of the students in that class showed any of the behavioral signs of drug use. They did not even acknowledge what I said, and proceeded. As I already knew would happen, no drugs were found. It was a random search. No probable cause.
Vic156 Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 9:29 AM
The attitude that allowed this warrantless search is in essence the same attitude that disarms teachers.
cards45 Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 8:42 AM
Most of the scizzors in a school are either plastic or have blunt rounded ends. Boy, that would intimidate the ship out of me!!!!!

Vice President Biden unfurled his genius during a Google+ “fireside” hangout last month stating that having “armed guards in schools would be a terrible mistake.”

Really, José? Why don’t you rock up to Price Middle School in Atlanta on Monday morning and bray that insanity to the teachers and students who were spared an early grave because an armed guard took out the latest Lanza wannabe before he could waylay his peers?

Oh, I’m sorry. Y’all haven’t heard about the armed guard taking down a shooter who passed his gun through the metal detectors at an Atlanta...