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Liberals Panic As They Lose the Gun Narrative

kfox33 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 7:55 AM
Perhaps because the plan wasn't actually in place at Columbine? The school resource officer (a Sheriff's deputy) along with the other (unarmed) "security" officer were eating lunch in the parking lot on the other side of campus. Neither man got closer than 60 yards (more than 1/2 a football field) away... and no police officer entered the building until the two shooters had killed themselves... and 13 others. http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2000/columbine.cd/Pages/DEPUTIES_TEXT.htm
kfox33 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 6:46 PM
I'm fairly cognizant of current active shooter response doctrines ;) , and you are right, Allan.

The problem is one of pro-active response versus reactive. When seconds count, the police are minutes away. Having them on-site does save some time.

Teachers having the ability and training to response helps even more.
Allan60 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 1:43 PM
Ask a police trainer, they'll tell you that the rules of engagement have changed since Columbine, before that day the policy was for the police officer to wait for backup before attempting to engage the shooter(s), but incidents since have demonstrated that most of these deranged pill popping shooters would rather finish themselves off than fight with armed cops, so they changed the procedures so that cops would enter the building as they arrived on the scene.
When you argue for a living, you can tell how an argument is going for you. The evidence and my gut both tell me that the liberals have lost control of the gun control narrative.

Not for lack of trying – it was almost as if they were poised to leap into action across the political, media and cultural spectrum the second the next semi-human creep shot up another “gun free zone.” This was their big opening to shift the debate and now it’s closing. They’ve lost, and they are going nuts.

The evidence is all around that...