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Plenty of Blame to Go Around

Jay Wye Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 5:31 PM
FEDGOV is "missing" over 1000 of their guns as of 2003,some being full-auto machine guns. that does not include US military arms losses. Then state and local law enforcement have guns stolen from their vehicles frequently. Former Orlando POLICE CHIEF Val Demings had her service handgun stolen from her unmarked SUV,and over a year later,it still hasn't been recovered. OPD has "lost" 2 AR-15 kits,and had 2 machine guns stolen from vehicles.
Jay Wye Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 5:31 PM
Tip about tractor theft leads to stolen Army grenades, assault weapon

Alabama police say a tip about a stolen tractor led them to a cache of stolen military hardware, Fox 6 News reported.
The investigation reportedly began last week when police found a stolen tractor at a residence in Glencoe, Ala.
A search of the home found 30 guns, including an assault rifle, as well as grenades and blasting caps stolen from the Anniston Army Depot, according to the station. Spare parts for Stryker military vehicles also were recovered.
According to Fox 6, police suspect the homeowner, Anniston Army Depot employee Ryan Mayo, stole the military items from his workplace.
Jay Wye Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 5:38 PM
NO gun ban is going to stop people from getting guns.
You folks would do more harm in trying,because people use guns for self-defense over 2 million times every year.
If you want to protect the kids,or protect the public,allow concealed carry. These shooters seek out "gun-free" zones because no one can fight back. When confronted by an armed person,police OR lawful citizen,they stop killing people. Israel did it after the PLO attacked their schools,it WORKED. It's PROVEN,both in Israel and in the US.
Allowing school employees with carry permits to be armed at school costs nothing,and does NOT endanger the kids. Since the permit holders are safe and law-abiding outside of school,they are NOT going to be any different in school.
Jay Wye Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 5:40 PM
theres already one US school that has allowed armed teachers and other employees since 2003 and they have not had any problems,and no shootings.

There is nothing good about the Newtown, Connecticut shootings. President Obama said what I thought my president should have said and the way I wanted my president to have said it in his remarks there last night.

I am no longer worried about my son. But my son is worried about his two little girls. They are not yet old enough for school, but sending a seven-year-old to school should not be a cause to worry all day that he or she will come home safely.

Unfortunately, the level of untimely deaths in America may lead those who are,...