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But having armed guards at school is crazy NRA talk

Well, and a Obama talk too.

Student shot at school. Then the shooter was apprehended by a school resource officer within minutes.

16 Responses to “But having armed guards at school is crazy NRA talk”

  1. Lissa Says:

    Meanwhile, in that safe, gun-free haven of Chicago: http://fxn.ws/XpCjhi

  2. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Yeah, I love all those assholes in the various Teachers Unions who say we don’t need Guns in Schools. But ask them to give up their SROs……

  3. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Oh, BTW, that applies to Colleges and Universities also. No need for Campus Cops at all if you don’t want Guns on Campus, right? Just call 911, wait for the local cops, who’ll “Secure the Perimeter” while waiting for the SWAT Team to arrive to handle it.

    Just like they did in Va.Tech.

  4. Tam Says:

    No, no, the person on NPR explained it to me: That crazy Wayne LaPierre wanted to hire armed security for schools, while wise and moderate Barack wanted to provide federal funding for school Resource Officers.

  5. Jake Says:

    @ Bubblehead Les: No, they did not do that at VT. I really wish people would stop saying that.

  6. TigerStripe Says:

    Jake, thanks for the correction. Misinformation should be, and usually is, from the guys on the other side of the control issue.

    TS

  7. Crotalus Says:

    Before Sandy hook and the Great Gun Control Push, I didn’t see that many shootings on our local news channels in the PDRK. Now, every newscast headlines with another shooting, none of which results in dead goblins, but only innocent victims. Media are complicit in this mad rush to slavery.

  8. Ron W Says:

    While overall violent crime was trending down with more gun ownership and more States allowing citizens to go armed, school shootings went up after 1990 with the passage of the Federal Gun Free Schools legislation. The ONLY thing Congress should do is REPEAL that and let States, local governments of school boards take care of securing their own children.

    There should be NO Federal funding or control of school security. They’d soon have TSA perverts groping and fondling the children.

  9. Ron W Says:

    And…what Crotalus said.

  10. jeff f Says:

    If anyone can find out the name of the resourse officer who stoped the boy, I would be proud to display his name and thank him. we need to put these guys on pedistals intead of letting the media putting the bad guys on show…..

  11. Mu Says:

    What was especially noticeable: The speed with which the incident disappeared from the front pages when the “armed guard saved the day” report trickled in.

  12. ATLien Says:

    The media here in Atlanta are all aghast. “How did he get past the security?” “They have metal detectors at the doors! how could this happen?”

    Easy- kid shot the other kid OUTSIDE the school.

    Got a red mark from all the facepalming.

  13. Gerry Says:

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/02/01/Newtown-Votes-To-Put-Armed-Guards-In-Schools

    Piers Morgan cries.

  14. Crotalus Says:

    “Piers Morgan cries.”

    Now THAT would be a sight to behold!

  15. Ron W Says:

    Mu,

    Yep, the media doesn’t care for that “good news” when a shooter is stopped. It doesn’t help their anti-gun (for the people) narrative.

  16. TigerStripe Says:

    The media doesn’t care for the “wrong kind” of bad news either. A shooting a Lone Star College in Houston was covered for many hours on Fox and CNN until they discovered that the shooting was a “Miller Time” shooting. As soon as they learned it wasn’t a mass casualty shooting they stopped coverage.

    TS

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