Discussion in 'Political Satire' started by Timmy, Feb 24, 2018.
A pack of cigarettes with each pistol. Buy an assault rifle get a carton of Pall Mall.
I don't smoke... Can I get...
1. Anyone who is allowed to teach kids is supposed to be a responsible adult. If licensed, there is no reason why they shouldn't arm up.
2. When I was 14 I used to, illegally, cross the toll road and collect the Quarters off the overflowing toll collectors. Then went to Howard johnson where they had a vending machine that sold child porn in paperback format. no pics, unless artist depictions of sex counts. Sally, 14 years old, does the mailman then visits her twenty something over sexed sister. What stays in the family ... incest in a Nuclear family. Stuff like that. Next to it was a vending machine that sold cigarettes.
You’d think so . But this is gun nut Florida . If he was arrested as a kid , would that prevent him from a license?
I LIKE it!
Then tell me why NH has a much lower murder rate than CA.
Too early for a poll of teachers other than dumb online polls on RW and gunner sites Will. We should see a few real ones in next couple of weeks.
But my hunch is that at least 70% of them will view it as a colossally stupid idea.
'Colossally stupid idea': Trump's plan to arm teachers widely panned by experts
Why is it that after 911 we improved security and improved our intelligence capabilities, but time after time we can't seem to agree that the quickest way to protect our kids is to increase security and improve our prevention capabilities. They did it in airports, why not our schools???
I remember Obama saying during the Democratic Party debates that his primary concern wasn't to prevent another 911, but to improve our first-responders. Basically he was only concerned with mopping up the blood and eyeballs after the attack...not preventing attacks.
that other 30% are the ones that will be protecting the students.
Hopefully, it's enough
Sorry - but aside from bright red states like Texas (13% of their school districts already doing it) you'll never see it on a national level.
And Trump won't be telling them what to do in that regard. In the end, it'll be an individual district/ school board choice.
Texas teachers, officers buck Trump’s idea to arm teachers with guns
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