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    Hypothetically speaking... Let's say that the NRA had it's way and all of the teacher's were packin' AK47s. Can you just see a Don Knotts looking 60 year old Social Studies teacher coming on the scene and going all 2nd amendment on this moron?
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    I donno.... are you working at that school as a teacher?

    It's been over a month since the Crime at Newtown... everyone in the Propaganda ministry and the regime are totally focused on the safety of our children and have been since word of it came out.

    The skids are well greased with the spilled blood of 20 children getting everyone's mind on the problem...

    NOW let's go hypothetical... The guy walks in WITH intend and ability to kill 21 kids.... what has the regime done to protect them?

    Let's go hypothetical again.... The NRA got it's way. The school district realizes the building isn't Wal Mart and the greeter has been replaced with an Armed Guard....

    Sorry, this guy is an idiot but how stupid is that school district to allow circumstances where this could happen.
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    @Sharpshooter One of the prime complaints that conservatives level at liberals is that we "always blame the system and not the criminal"? That is exactly why YOU just did. You blame the school and excuse the criminal. Hypocrisy at it's finest. Add in the implied name calling at the beginning of your post and we have a typical conservative poster boy.
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    @PNWest One of MY prime complaints about Liberals is their proclivity to selectively READ and then attempt to intelligently craft a response that appears to be honest and complete. They toss in the Hypocrisy or Racist Card in hope of appearing indignant to assist in generating artificial credibility.

    Did you miss this part?

    "Sorry, this guy is an idiot but how stupid is that school district to allow circumstances where this could happen."

    "This guy is an idiot...." blaming him

    "... how stupid is that school district to allow circumstances where this could happen." Not important because word hasn't come down from da prez'.

    I guess until Government steps in to protect us all from evil... evil doesn't exist and the children in that school weren't at risk.

    That's NOT the world I grew up in, nor is it the country our founding fathers intended.

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    I've known some teachers I wouldn't trust with a Sharpie, much less a loaded gun. As a 12 year old, I was beaten up by my gym teacher. It was very traumatic and even though the teacher was fired, it made me realize that no matter what the profession crazy people are everywhere. I can't imagine what might have happened if this crazy woman had had a gun.
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    A dime a dozen? No. I believe the welfare "take care of me" statists are a dime a dozen. This guy may be stupid, but ignorance from your side is rampant.
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    @Realthinker Liberals have turned into the discriminating racists they used to be justified in calling many republicans. They try to tie every white person's act of stupidity with the tea party. They're starting to lose this battle as polling shows that us Ron Paul supporters are on average smarter than the average cookie. Honestly, the Tea Party would sound great if every single corrupt GOP politician didn't try to tie their name to it. The tea party started out as a protest, hoping for a return to the constitution. It was more or less started by Ron Paul. The most disgusting one is that Alaskan Governor who will not be named...
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    The road to hell is paved with bad intentions.
    What did this guy think was gonna happen, the cops would laugh and give him an attaboy?
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    "Passion makes idiots of the cleverest men, and makes the biggest idiots clever."
    - Francois de La Rochefoucauld
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    Just like those two guys walking around residential streets with assault style rifles, this guy is just plain playing with a less than a full deck...at least they all give that impression with their less than intelligent acts.
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    Both stupid.

    But the difference was that the father was hiding the fact that he had a gun while the men on the street showed it visibly to everyone. At least you can get away from the men on the street, but not the father.
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    No, the intention was not good. It was self serving. He didn't do this to protect the kids in that school. He did this to make a political statement. Hope he enjoys his time in the jail and his fine. This is grandstanding that serves no purpose. He was also making terroristic threats. As I understand it the man could be placed in a cell without an attorney for an indefinite time thanks to the Patriot Act. Let him reap what he's sown.
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    @Knightmare If someone as paranoid as he seems to be had been in that office he could very well be dead right now. He should be thankful.
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    We dont have all the facts......as far as I am concerned, the school and the police are making up excuses when he went in there to ask a question. It has to be the truth, because tie time line in play involved studends coming into school.......remember, he wasnt a threat ans thats why 911 wasnt called this stinks.
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    I vehmently oppose President Obama's/Mike Bloomberg's/George Soros's anti-gun agenda, but I'm sorry this guy should be the Poster Person for IDIOCY/LUNACY. Excellent way to get shot! I could see someone like a hacker testing firewalls in defense networks to prove a point, but to needlessly take a chance on ALARMING a whole bunch of kids to prove a point....? MO' RON! This is a time of frayed nerves and no time for anyone to pull stunts like this.
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    What a moron. What if there was actually an armed guard at the school? The fool would've been shot up...Stupid is as stupid does...
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    Lets see, if i was a parent at that school i would be doing everything in my power to get him out of legal trouble. Why hasn't the school board run security test and scenarios? Why? Because all they do is play mini-politics. They impliment measures but never check them to ensure they are being carried out. Obama can sign every executive order he can get his hands on but really it's a waste of ink and paper. The problem is security-not gun ownership! I'll bet this school district still hasn't done anything to ensure this doesn't happen again. You know it and I know it.
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    Idea had some merit. Execution was horrible. If any "test" of school security is done, it needs to be arranged and cleared by the school administration. Doing this anonymously was a pretty dumb idea. But point made, the school was not prepared at all.
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    Great idea-bad results for him, but you can see that schools and local governments are living in denial. I bet after all of King Obama's circus plans go into law nothing else will improve. All the liberals will then finally have to admit that they are wrong and have been wrong on gun control for 40 years!
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    This guy didn't even need a gun to cause mayhem and panic in the school. And no one did anything to try to stop him. They called the police *after* he left?
    This highlights why schools need professional security staff on site like any other government building.
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  • #29
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    It wouldn't hurt for schools to come up with plans to deal with a shooting scenario and run drills on it periodically.
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    It's entirely possible that even this school district is working on it, but what this guy did was pure, unadulterated stupidity, for which there is no cure. He's lucky he isn't today's latest recipient of a posthumous Darwin Award.
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    @Denizen_Kate
    His core idea of testing preparedness is good but yeah the "surprise I'm not going to tell or coordinate with anyone" yeah that's dumb for sure.
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    @Denizen_Kate Ya know what is even worse though Kate? The fact that we can seriously sit down and talk about this drills as something that is needed is really sad.
  • #89
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    He would first have to be capable of thought. If he had just had enough sense to look up the word "consequences" in the nearest dictionary ...
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