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Rampage Shootings: It's the Moral Decay of Society, not Guns

Vitaly3 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 12:42 PM
There always will be deranged and sickos. Teachers should be armed at all times and should have passed mandatory training on defense and compulsory exam. That's the only answer. Should teachers in that school be armed and trained, that tragedy wouldn't have happened.
Jay Wye Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 2:33 PM
I would never force school employees or anyone else to be armed.
You don't get motivated people that way.
Some people also are not suited to be armed,they don't have the necessary mentality to use lethal force.
Moonbat Exterminator Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 1:16 PM
Any security measures will depend on the human elemant, which is not always reliable. In this case, the school doors were locked when the shooter arrived, but someone inside apparently recognized him and buzzed him in. Once the shooting started, the staff apparently implemented security proceedures to protect as many as possible and fortunately they were effective. Watching local coverage, I saw that most of the school systems and LEO organizations in our area have such measures in place and at least the LEOs practice handling such events on a fairly regular basis.

It should come as no surprise that the rate of mass shootings at schools and in other public places is increasing. The surge has nothing to do with guns, which have been widely available in the U.S. for years. Gun control laws have been increasing. Instead, there is a direct correlation between the increase in violence and the gradual degradation of morals, ethics and parenting. We are cultivating mental illness in our society.

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