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My Plan for Eliminating School Shootings

Gabriela8 Wrote: Dec 26, 2012 9:00 PM
I'm a retired teacher and a friend of the NRA. I would not have wanted a weapon in the classroom. That is a little too much responsibility, Mike. What if I miss and strike my student(s) instead with a bullet? We are going to have to arm the schools with security guards--and maybe use metal detectors. It's all part of the breakdown in civil society (when God gets the boot and gets boo'd out of the public schools and public squares). We asked for this. It's been a long time coming and it will be a long time going.
1Falcon1 Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 6:28 AM
what if you hit and save your students?
Bondman60 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 1:52 PM
Consider this, Gabriela8: Mike is suggesting that teachers be well trained in the use of a fire-arm, not just handed one. And more importantly, if a teacher has a weapon at Sandy Hook, and accidentially shot a child before taking out the shooter, 25 other lives would have been saved. Of course, the MSM would focus only on the accidentally killed child, and push for more "gun free" zones anyway. Too bad the Sandy Hook shooter wasn't aware that the school was a "gun free" zone!

As a candidate for president of the United States, it is incumbent on me to make a statement regarding the Sandy Hook massacre and to explain how my policies would help prevent other such massacres should I become president. As I discuss this sensitive topic, it is also incumbent on me to sound more rational and articulate than the incumbent. That will not be difficult.
 
As president, I plan to attack the issue in two ways. First, I will use the bully pulpit to influence voters and state lawmakers. Second, I will take direct action to influence...