How do we protect kids in school?

Jan 8, 2013 Full story: Ruidoso News 6,103

During a newsroom discussion about guns about a decade ago, a woman piped up: "I don't understand what the big deal is.

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xando

Chandler, AZ

#23 Jan 13, 2013
I can imagine government knowing and being involved. I'm talking about families, co-workers, friends etc of the people "they" choose and their victims.

The current conspiracy theory regarding the sandy hook shootings involves fake children, actor's and more. Read about it.

C'mon now.
Grimreaper

Whitney, TX

#24 Jan 13, 2013
xando wrote:
I can imagine government knowing and being involved. I'm talking about families, co-workers, friends etc of the people "they" choose and their victims.
The current conspiracy theory regarding the sandy hook shootings involves fake children, actor's and more. Read about it.
C'mon now.
Ive seen personally,i do not know whom to believe or trust.But i know for a fact our forefathers built in certain protections for us a nation.To protect us from the handful of powerful people from both sides of the argument.I was hoping that the nation would see past all and vote for someone of the likes of Ron Paul,i still hold out hope.Our last two presidents obama,bush have done irrepairable damage to our nation.These shootings may just be symptoms of the dark cloud that is hanging over all of us right now.I also believe no real change will occur until WE THE PEOPLE make it so.Imagine if we simply demand all federal politicians vacate their posts immediately that would stop outside influence dead in its tracks.I was in the airport recently and homeland security to me seemed to be filled with brown shirt minded people.They shure did not appear to be security professionals just low i.q. follow the crowd types.We as a nation should remove our money from the largest banks and banish them they are no good for us.Look at the damage that has resulted,i feel people across the nation feel defeated and hopeless.And those with mental illness and lower iq folks will simply lash out.But most of the shooters appear top be on some serious drugs.
xando

Chandler, AZ

#25 Jan 13, 2013
You're ignoring my question. These conspiracies involve people as victims--people who have friends, family, co-workers, etc. It would require the victims' cooperation. Not very reasonable nor intelligent to jump on the conspiracy bandwagon for every tragedy, many if which are perpetrated by rightwingers who believe deeply in their guns.
xando

Chandler, AZ

#26 Jan 13, 2013
Grim i agree with many of your thoughts. I just think logic should be used by the extreme conspiracy theorists.

Why would PARENTS of the sandy hook victims pretend their kids had been shot? Not to mention everyone else in the building. Conspiracy theorists seem unable to reason.

And remember, it's usually rightwingnut "conservatives" with their legal guns who perpetrate these murderous rampages--not "criminals" with illegal ownership.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#27 Jan 13, 2013
xando wrote:
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And remember, it's usually rightwingnut "conservatives" with their legal guns who perpetrate these murderous rampages--not "criminals" with illegal ownership.
No, it is not. On that point you are blatantly incorrect.
xando

Chandler, AZ

#28 Jan 13, 2013
Sorry cn but i am correct. Give examples to disprove that.
Grimreaper

Whitney, TX

#29 Jan 13, 2013
xando wrote:
Grim i agree with many of your thoughts. I just think logic should be used by the extreme conspiracy theorists.
Why would PARENTS of the sandy hook victims pretend their kids had been shot? Not to mention everyone else in the building. Conspiracy theorists seem unable to reason.
And remember, it's usually rightwingnut "conservatives" with their legal guns who perpetrate these murderous rampages--not "criminals" with illegal ownership.
I hardly think any of the recent shooters had enough whereabouts to be either dirty conservatives or nasty liberals.I think the cornspiracys emanating from sandy hook are trying to fight back somehow in a sick way.The shootings must have happened.But the reasons why after seeing the photos of the shooters i question,they all look very drugged out and very similar.The loathing and mistrust of the gubbament might explain why people just make things up.I disagree about your conspiracy theory about these supposed nutjobs not being able to reason.9/11 has many strange anamolies we can all agree to that id rather have folks that at least try to think about things than mindless sheeple.That just accept what cnn and faux news dicatate as the truth.They have all been caught in a million and one ways misleading and in deliberate lies.In this light it stands to reason no one believes anymore what they see on tv.
Grimreaper

Whitney, TX

#30 Jan 13, 2013
I persoanlly cringe when i hear someone is a ultra liberal or ultra conservative.They both carry a foul stench,that reeks of super self importance.They are both punching the party line at the voting booth with little regards to whom they are voting for.I think we got a group of super wealthy folks playing both sides with an ulterior motive,most likely emanating into a basic human desire to rule the world.Much like pinky and the brain.
Law

Columbus, IN

#31 Jan 13, 2013
xando wrote:
But isn't it.....uh.........funny (for lack of a word you conservative non-thinkers would understand) that MOST of the crazy shooter uppers are on the "conservative" end of the spectrum?
And yet you post no evidence of you ASSertion.
xando wrote:
You people are swallowing a bill of goods by the mega powerful and wealthy NRA propaganda machine that wants desperately to maintain that gigantic wealth and power.
While you and your ilk drop trou and give it up to the federal government believing everything they tell you.
xando wrote:
The NRA preys on your naivete and gullibility.
The government banks on your stupidity and desire to be part of a flock.
xando

Chandler, AZ

#32 Jan 13, 2013
They may well be drugged.

But i'm talking about the socio background which trends not to the political anti gun liberal but more to the survivalist...... the fundie conservative.......believing in owning guns--many of them.

This is not what the conservatives want to believe, hence the conspiracy theories.

The sandy hook shooter was raised in a home with a survivalist mother who owned a small arsenal and was very distrustful of the government.
Grimreaper

Whitney, TX

#33 Jan 13, 2013
Ive heard other stories saying she had the guns because thats what the kid was into.She bought them so as to have something in common with him,trying to be a parent.If she did own the guns because she is fearful of the gubbament then she is only one of millions of americans right now buying guns.And its people from all walks that are arming them selves.If so im sure a twenty two would have sufficed.Because most info is coming from the media i would not make any ussumptions as to why she had the guns,it is her right to do so for what ever the reason.But as anyone with half a brain knows we are seriously outgunned anyway by the gubbament.Our only salvation will come from the fact that hopefully some folks will have a conscience if the gubbament does indeed try to take away our firearms and force us into the NWO.
Grimreaper

Whitney, TX

#34 Jan 13, 2013
But since you asked i did look at some of the cornspiracy videos that are popping up every where.I do find them odd.Nothing like the columbine shooting where chaos ensued.The only conclusion i can draw is that thank god people are waking up and starting to question anything and everything our gubbament is involved in.
Grimreaper

Whitney, TX

#35 Jan 13, 2013
Has anyone shown photos of the school and the bullet holes? If over a hundred rounds were fired has anyone shown photos of the rounds on the floor and the number cards.Why are the police fondling the gun and wiping it down after pulling it from the trunk? I assure you if a .223 had been fired inside the school their will be bullet holes on the exterior of the buiding.It does appear to be a wood frame building.Especially if he was shooting full metal jacket military type ammo.Maybe they have i havent followed the story but now im interested cuz i luv cornspiracy,s and no i did not vote for either barrack or g.w. i AM SICK OF THE B.S.
Grimreaper

Whitney, TX

#36 Jan 13, 2013
And it is strange how some of the parents behave.Maybe they are just in shock?Most people ive known who have lost a child,especially the females can barely get up for a few days.Let alone giving anderson cooper interviews most want nothing to do with anyone thats not a loved one.These are hardcore losses,they didnt lose their puppy they barely had a few days.Why would a bus driver simply drop off six children at a strangers house down the street? The safest thing to do is keep the children on the bus til the authorities arrive.

“Palmam qui meruit ferat”

Since: Apr 09

WhereIlaymyhead

#37 Jan 13, 2013
xando wrote:
Google NRA gets one dollar for each purchase of a gun or ammo.
I am on a cell phone. Not friendly to linking.
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Whoopie! You don't know how to use your obamaphone. dumbazz.

“Palmam qui meruit ferat”

Since: Apr 09

WhereIlaymyhead

#38 Jan 13, 2013
Cary L Nickel wrote:
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Good! Now let's up it to five!
Good to c u again!

“Palmam qui meruit ferat”

Since: Apr 09

WhereIlaymyhead

#39 Jan 13, 2013
xando wrote:
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How about preventing wild eyed right-wing extremists from possessing guns? After all, they are the ones responsible for the majority of those shootings.
None were what you call 'right wing'. All were on psychotropic drugs.
Reset.
Grimreaper

Whitney, TX

#40 Jan 13, 2013
Well ive answered most of my own questions! The people on you tube,appear to be looking at the fire station not the school,its a brick building.And its one of those buildings where the windows are all up high.As to the bus driver dropping the kids off at the strangers house on the corner? Maybe the bus driver is an idiot.
Grimreaper

Whitney, TX

#41 Jan 13, 2013
omg omg omg

Are Kevin Krim, Robert Holmes and Peter Lanza, all connected? The father of Newtown Connecticut school shooter Adam Lanza is Peter Lanza who is a VP and Tax Director at GE Financial. The father of Aurora Colorado movie theater shooter James Holmes is Robert Holmes, the lead scientist for the credit score company FICO. Both men were to testify before the US Sentate in the ongoing LIBOR scandal. The London Interbank Offered Rate, known as Libor, is the average interest rate at which banks can borrow from each other. 16 international banks have been implicated in this ongoing scandal, accused of rigging contracts worth trillions of dollars. HSBC has already been fined $1.9 billion and three of their low level traders arrested. Kevin Krim a CNBC senior vice president who proceeded to report about the $43 Trillion Bankster Lawsuit to find 1 day later that his children were killed by a Nanny?
Grimreaper

Whitney, TX

#42 Jan 13, 2013
Why doesnt the person apprehended in the woods stand up and let it be known who he is? WHy hasnt his name been released? Why was he running from cops.What about the other person eye witnesses say was cuffed and on the ground in front of the building? Who is he.Why no information about these other two possible suspects?

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