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Poll: Most Americans Would Feel Safer with Armed Guard at their Child’s School

Luscious Lars Wrote: Jan 05, 2013 12:34 PM
Why is it that liberals argue for 100% effectiveness for programs which they don't like. For instance, when one talks about arming teachers, they'll come up with hypothetical situations where that might not stop a bad guy, even though the chances of stopping a bad guy go up dramatically when compared to having no one who is armed in a school. However, turn the situation over to something like teaching about condoms in schools. Will condoms stop all pregnancies or all instances of STD's? Liberals will admit "NO", but they feel it's still better than not teaching about condoms. What about their old mantra of "if it saves just one life, it's worth doing"? Seems that would fit here, in the topic of arming teachers.
ibaconi Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 2:26 PM
Liberalism is a symptom of a mental disorder. They are not eeeeeevil, they actually live in a fantasy world. Their principles are based on impossibilities. The end results they wish for are good (excepting the loss of freedom that accompanies their rules) but human nature renders these results impossible. In a world without liberalism such absurdities as Sandy Hook, Columbine, Waco and on and on simply wouldn't occur. I think it was Einstein who said, Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results... I would substitute the word "insanty" with "liberalism," and history would prove me correct.

In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, the NRA proposed placing an armed police officer in every school saying that it’s “the one thing we can do immediately that can make our children more safe.” Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter slammed the proposal, calling it a “completely dumb*** idea,” but a Rasmussen poll finds that most Americans don’t agree—especially among parents of school-aged children.  

Fifty-four percent (54%) of American adults would feel safer if their child's school had an armed security guard. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 26% would feel...