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David Gregory Mocks NRA Leader for Proposing Armed Guards in Schools But Sends His Kids to a School with 11 Armed Guards

Radley2 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 9:26 AM
the problem. They just want to blame the other side and make fun of those on the other side when they start a conversation about it. Without talking openly about all the pieces of the puzzle nothing that will work will be found. So its back to the blame and ridicule of anyone who doesn't agree 100% with you. And we keep swirling down the drain. THink about how long it took and how hard it was for the founders to agree to the documents that created our country. They could not do that today... becasue we are all spoiled brats with no respect for any differing views. Sad...
In the wake of the Sandy Hook massacre, Rep. Louie Gohmert told Fox News’ Chris Wallace that he wished the principal had a gun to prevent the carnage from taking place. NRA leader Wayne LaPierre agreed with the idea of having armed guards in our schools, saying that, “It’s the one thing we can do immediately that can make our children more safe.” NBC’s David Gregory mocked LaPierre’s proposal, however, which brings to light (yet again) the