If the NRA wants armed guards in our schools, let them pay for it!

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Sambo

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Feb 23, 2013
 

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The NRA is promoting armed guards in our schools. I ask, who's going to pay for this?. I understand this is going to cost Billions upon Billions of Dollars!. I don't think us taxpayers should foot the bill nor do I think our children's education budgets should pay for it either. Since the NRA wants it I think they're the ones that should pay for it. Now the NRA is a conservative entity and that most of its members are conservative. Conservative people all-time complain that the government spends too much money and that if you want something you should pay for it yourself. After all, this is what they believe in. Yet rotten conservatives don't want to go by their rule!. I think conservatives in this country are hypocritical PIGS that can't get enough. They're rotten, greedy, stupid, callous FOOLS!!!...

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Mar 26, 2013
 
I disagree with armed guards. Well, let me step back. I disagree that we have to pay money for someone else's kids being locked up in a weaponless killing ground with signs saying so and laws facillitiating it. Therefore, I consider it putting your kids at risk to allow this happening.

The real issue is that globalism, corporatism and militant feminism has created havoc and a need for both parents to work and even then they are strained more than ever before.

But, we all have "healthcare", no "discrimination" and our kids are even getting all the socialization they need. You can still teach them how to read when you help out with the G. E. D.
George the Great

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Mar 28, 2013
 
Don't ask that question because many of their member will apply. With that, I have noticed an increased police presence in our local schools.
George the Great

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Apr 1, 2013
 
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>realize that if an armed officer gets in a shootout with an intruder in school,who is liable when a bullet bounces off a CONCRETE floor or a CONCRETE wall and strikes a student away from the line of fire? With all the money in their back pockets,if they want armed guards, let them be financially responsibile for damages that one of their NRA members may cause. Do you think the parents of a child killed in the line of fire of a school guard would be totally understanding and just let the whole situation pass as a sign of the times?
Never stated that I agreed. I just made an observation that there would be plenty of volunteers.
George the Great

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Apr 3, 2013
 
The NRA would never volunteer to serve as school security. However, their idea in training teachers and other administer professionals to handle guns and teach them to shoot is not as crazy as the teachers union wants you to believe. A defense is better than no defense. The teachers are just plain wacko over their reaction to the NRA.

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Apr 26, 2013
 

Nobody has to send their kids to school unless you are using it as a day care. If people were not forced to pay for something they don't want, they would have more money in their pockets, property prices would drop and this combined with better rights and conditions for workers, would make parents more able to keep their kids at home.

Obviously, neither teachers unions nor corporate greedy thieves would allow this to happen. They are best buddies in this world with mutual benefits.
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Apr 26, 2013
 
VeganTiger wrote:
Nobody has to send their kids to school unless you are using it as a day care. If people were not forced to pay for something they don't want, they would have more money in their pockets, property prices would drop and this combined with better rights and conditions for workers, would make parents more able to keep their kids at home.
Obviously, neither teachers unions nor corporate greedy thieves would allow this to happen. They are best buddies in this world with mutual benefits.
Arming teachers is a union problem and they would have a problem with it. Why doesn't the union just ask the teachers instead of having their leadership decided the issue.

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Apr 27, 2013
 
George the Great wrote:
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Arming teachers is a union problem and they would have a problem with it. Why doesn't the union just ask the teachers instead of having their leadership decided the issue.
Unions would NEVER forfeit the right to own such a piece of control. That would make some teachers less helpless and dependent upon the labor patriarchate so that's not gonna happen.

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Apr 28, 2013
 
gimme me a break

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