Gun control LAW
gomer-ez

London, KY

#42 Jan 20, 2013
Sarah S 42 wrote:
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No, Bush lifted the ban to make sure gun manufacturers made a boat load of money killing American children.
My mistake you are cluesless.I would say you are on welfare.
WakeUp

Somerset, KY

#43 Jan 20, 2013
Watcher wrote:
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KY Sheriffs do not enforce federal laws. The ones that have went on tv are a joke. They have never enforced federal laws. They barely have enough manpower to enforce local and state laws.
Anyone in any elected position that supports placing law abiding citizens in a position which will limit or even eliminate their ability to protect themselves and their family will not get my vote or any of my family members vote.
Impressed

Somerset, KY

#44 Jan 21, 2013
Walt

Lancing, TN

#45 Jan 22, 2013
Who are the most violent people?

http://janmorganmedia.com/2013/01/liberals-wi...
gomer-ez

Somerset, KY

#46 Jan 23, 2013
Walt wrote:
Who are the most violent people?
http://janmorganmedia.com/2013/01/liberals-wi...
What a surprise.
walt

Lancing, TN

#47 Jan 23, 2013
What does a smart school do to protect the students? They buy 14 Colt AR15 assault rifles and hire guards to carry them.

FONTANA, Calif.(AP)— The high-powered semiautomatic rifles recently shipped to school police in this Southern California city look like they belong on a battlefield rather than in a high school, but officials here say the weapons could help stop a massacre like the one that claimed the lives of 26 students and educators in Connecticut just weeks ago.

http://news.yahoo.com/fontana-calif-schools-h...
gomer-ez

Somerset, KY

#48 Jan 24, 2013
walt wrote:
What does a smart school do to protect the students? They buy 14 Colt AR15 assault rifles and hire guards to carry them.
FONTANA, Calif.(AP)— The high-powered semiautomatic rifles recently shipped to school police in this Southern California city look like they belong on a battlefield rather than in a high school, but officials here say the weapons could help stop a massacre like the one that claimed the lives of 26 students and educators in Connecticut just weeks ago.
http://news.yahoo.com/fontana-calif-schools-h...
I do not agree with guns in schools.Maybe a closed campus,or locked down during classes.Just a thought,security cameras.
gomer-ez

Somerset, KY

#49 Jan 24, 2013
Just a thought.We can not afford good teachers ,and books now,but all of a sudden we can afford armed guards.Help me ,I'm missing something here.We are laying off teachers all across America.It is supposed to be about education,not warfare.What message will armed guards sent to the students?
Early Cuyler

Whitesburg, KY

#50 Jan 24, 2013
Placed on thread tracker.
Yeah

Butler, KY

#51 Jan 24, 2013
gomer-ez wrote:
Just a thought.We can not afford good teachers ,and books now,but all of a sudden we can afford armed guards.Help me ,I'm missing something here.We are laying off teachers all across America.It is supposed to be about education,not warfare.What message will armed guards sent to the students?
We use armed guards for:
Politicians and government buildings
Judges and courtrooms
Malls and retail stores
Banks
Airports
military bases stateside

Schools and our children are worth more than all of these. There is a precedent now for guarding schools. There are so many places in government to find money for this.

Government waste:

New judicial buildings
Over paid government employees (politicians)
foreign aid
farm subsidies
excessive military spending

There is more than enough money to do this if we stop wasting it.

Level 4

Since: Nov 08

Corbin Ky.

#52 Jan 24, 2013
gomer-ez wrote:
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I do not agree with guns in schools.Maybe a closed campus,or locked down during classes.Just a thought,security cameras.
Sandy Hook had a security system with cameras but evidently something went wrong. We live in violent times, you can't ignore that.
gomer-ez wrote:
Just a thought.We can not afford good teachers ,and books now,but all of a sudden we can afford armed guards.Help me ,I'm missing something here.We are laying off teachers all across America.It is supposed to be about education,not warfare.What message will armed guards sent to the students?
When people started robbing banks we put in armed guards, leaving our children unprotected is not the answer as you can see in how it goes with "gun free zones".

Yes, we are laying off teachers which is very sad but the most sad thing I have seen this week is the 20 F16 fighter jets and the 200 tanks we are sending to Egypt when they have no big threats in the area, not to mention the hundreds of millions of dollars we sent them.

As for, "What message will armed guards sent to the students?", I believe it will tell them that we care for their safety very much.
gomer-ez

Somerset, KY

#53 Jan 24, 2013
Yeah wrote:
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We use armed guards for:
Politicians and government buildings
Judges and courtrooms
Malls and retail stores
Banks
Airports
military bases stateside
Schools and our children are worth more than all of these. There is a precedent now for guarding schools. There are so many places in government to find money for this.
Government waste:
New judicial buildings
Over paid government employees (politicians)
foreign aid
farm subsidies
excessive military spending
There is more than enough money to do this if we stop wasting it.
I was just saying I think it can be done in a safer manner.I agree there is a lot of waste,as I have stated many times.

Level 4

Since: Nov 08

Corbin Ky.

#54 Jan 24, 2013
Here is Obamas true intent.

"I have just been informed by a former senior military leader that Obama is using a new “litmus test” in determining who will stay and who must go in his military leaders. Get ready to explode folks.

“The new litmus test of leadership in the military is if they will fire on US citizens or not”.

Those who will not are being removed.

Dr. Jim Garrow – January 21, 2013"

http://lewrockwell.com/slavo/slavo137.html
gomer-ez

Somerset, KY

#55 Jan 24, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>
We use armed guards for:
Politicians and government buildings
Judges and courtrooms
Malls and retail stores
Banks
Airports
military bases stateside
Schools and our children are worth more than all of these. There is a precedent now for guarding schools. There are so many places in government to find money for this.
Government waste:
New judicial buildings
Over paid government employees (politicians)
foreign aid
farm subsidies
excessive military spending
There is more than enough money to do this if we stop wasting it.
What do all these places have in common for security reasons?
Yeah

Butler, KY

#56 Jan 24, 2013
gomer-ez wrote:
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What do all these places have in common for security reasons?
I'm not sure what you are askng.
gomer-ez

Somerset, KY

#57 Jan 24, 2013
Yeah wrote:
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I'm not sure what you are askng.
We use armed guards for:
Politicians and government buildings
Judges and courtrooms
Malls and retail stores
Banks
Airports
military bases stateside
I was asking you what do all of these places have in common.
JLP

Monticello, IL

#58 Jan 24, 2013
Money, its a hit. Don't give me that do goody goody bull$hit.
Yeah

Butler, KY

#59 Jan 24, 2013
Not sure where you're going, but I'd like to know.
The fact that armed men attack schools is enough reason to place armrd men there to protect them.
Why wouldn't you?
gomer-ez

Somerset, KY

#60 Jan 24, 2013
Yeah wrote:
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I'm not sure what you are askng.
I guess you give up.
There are a very limited number of egress and regress opportunities in these installations.These are predominantly adult surroundings.Schools are mostly wide open.To be protected the students are going to have to give up a little of their freedom of open campus.But that will not happen,because of some narrow minded parents.

I think your big argument with me is you think I am an ant-gun person.Far from it.
Now if there is a safer way to do things to protect the students.It seems to me that would be the way to go.
Guns walking around campus is not the way.
gomer-ez

Somerset, KY

#61 Jan 24, 2013
I think you would get bored with all of the working details.

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