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A False Sense of Security

melfan Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 7:09 AM
And when incidents like this happen they can;t even admit their culpability in the tragedy, instead they blame the guns. Boys learn different from girls but no liberal will admit that so they just keep on making the same mistakes. We have spent the last 40 years finding new and creative ways of celebrating mediocrity. If boys excel in sports, they musts be torn down and the standards lowered so we can have girls I there just to be "inclusive." Are boys "better" than girls? In the straight sense no. But boys for the most part are better at sports, some girls are better too but we don;t allow boys on girls teams but girls MUST be allowed on boys teams.
melfan Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 7:10 AM
Maybe it's time to let boys be boys and girls be girls. Let each one find their way without trying to "change" either one! We will be better off as a society for it!

This morning, when I took my children to school, there was a guard at the gate for the first time.  Obviously, the school intended it as a thoughtful gesture for anxious mothers.

But that's the point.  Most of the "solutions" being touted offer only a false sense of security.  To that point, Ron Fournier had a compelling piece in today's National Journal, titled "What If Nothing or Nobody is to Blame for Adam Lanza?"  Fournier writes:

What if there is nothing or nobody to blame? Would that make this inexplicable horror unbearable?

What if we didn't rush to judgement?...