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Old April 1st, 2018, 09:35 AM   #71
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Ok, i let your first post like this slide because i am so used to you not having a clue what you are talking about. however, this is such omg i want to cuss.....

its simply not true at ALL! do you have any idea how mental health professionals, school administrators, parents, teachers and all kinds of people are working hard to stop bullying in schools, cyber bullying, and also to have more support for students especially those undergoing very challenging times? any idea at all? doesnt sound like it.......

if they were properly funded, but you know which side always tries to cut funding for every damn social program, they would have a much greater ability to help students in crisis.

there is a party out there that always wants to cut taxes, cut funding for schools, cut funding for healthcare (and mental health), even make it more difficult if not impossible for people to have access to that care ---> and on the other hand they work to stop any reasonable gun legislation and want more guns.

pfffffttttttttt

get a grip......
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It has absolutely nothing, whatsoever to do with a (perceived) lack of funding. Again, that is one of the favorite, go-to scapegoats people use.

And, no, there are not 'huge initiatives' to "stop bullying" afoot. In reality, it is not at all difficult to prevent and stop such situations if most people had some basic moral backbone--it would be logically impossible.
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Old April 1st, 2018, 09:36 AM   #72
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Do you have any examples of removing the regulations and allowing people to "interact organically? I mean, examples of when this approached was used and it produced favorable outcomes.
Nope. I cannot think of an example when the state stole liberties from the people and then gave them back...can you?

Does not change my point. Take the most recent tragedy. A teacher used himself as a human shield to save the lives of children. He was a gun owner. Do you think tbat had he been allowed to have his gun on him at the time tbat he would have maybe returned fire instead of sacrificing himself?
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Old April 1st, 2018, 09:43 AM   #73
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Nope. I cannot think of an example when the state stole liberties from the people and then gave them back...can you?

Does not change my point. Take the most recent tragedy. A teacher used himself as a human shield to save the lives of children. He was a gun owner. Do you think tbat had he been allowed to have his gun on him at the time tbat he would have maybe returned fire instead of sacrificing himself?
I've already answered your question above.
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The state, once having taken a liberty, never returns it. Simply stated, it's better to have a gun and not need it then to need a gun and not have it. What liberal bed wetters do is twist and smoke and deflect away from that simple issue time and again. They make ignorant remarks like, "the teachers will all fire at once", and "the kids will be caught in the cross fire", and "Kids will take the gun away from the teacher"....on and on.

Yeah, thats genius isn't it? Let's say 50 teachers are armed and shooting starts in some part of the school. They will all draw their guns and just start blazing away, right? lol!
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I agree teachers should not be responsible for security issues on that level, or carry guns in the classrooms--one reason being it is a second job and they would have to be much more vigilant, and paid more for it, amongst other reasons. However, did you read my previous comment? Most schools already have unarmed Security teams, all they would have to do is allow the security contractors to carry weapons as they do at other locations/events. This would not cost much of anything more than at current, nor would it put any extra burden on the faculty.
Put more guns in schools, and more kids will get shot.
Oh,it will be by accident,or some crazy kid stealing the gun from the security officer, and all the other unintentional consequences of pouring a couple of hundred thousand death machines into schools.
But the formula is pretty consistent, more guns = more people shot.
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Put more guns in schools, and more kids will get shot.
Oh,it will be by accident,or some crazy kid stealing the gun from the security officer, and all the other unintentional consequences of pouring a couple of hundred thousand death machines into schools.
But the formula is pretty consistent, more guns = more people shot.
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Is that what happens at school sporting events, which are also highly populated with children?
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Put more guns in schools, and more kids will get shot.
Oh,it will be by accident,or some crazy kid stealing the gun from the security officer, and all the other unintentional consequences of pouring a couple of hundred thousand death machines into schools.
But the formula is pretty consistent, more guns = more people shot.
Do you believe, do you really believe that to a whacko a gun-free zone ISN'T a free-fire zone?
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Put more guns in schools, and more kids will get shot.
Oh,it will be by accident,or some crazy kid stealing the gun from the security officer, and all the other unintentional consequences of pouring a couple of hundred thousand death machines into schools.
But the formula is pretty consistent, more guns = more people shot.
Total fantasy! Death machines...kids shot....death...fear......run.....lie..... lather rinse repeat. It could not be more clear that liberal bed wetters want to completely ban guns. They have no soul or spine when it comes to freedom...all they know is they want more mass shootings in gun free murder zones. Gives them a hard on.
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Do you believe, do you really believe that to a whacko a gun-free zone ISN'T a free-fire zone?
I think the whackos don't analyse it that well. The school are the preferred target.

In two of the recent school shootings, the schools were not "gun-free".
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I think the whackos don't analyse it that well. The school are the preferred target.

In two of the recent school shootings, the schools were not "gun-free".
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Agreed. Which is precisely why the root causes need to be uncovered & addressed or else nothing will fundamentally change.
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