Psychological war is happening in the United States, Flesh wars are happening in the middle east, humanitarian wars in Europe, Drug wars in South America, and power wars happening in Asia.
[edit on 26-3-2005 by Enigmatic_Messiah]
All options should be considered to prevent rampages like the Minnesota school shooting that took 10 lives — including making guns available to teachers, a top National Rifle Association leader said Friday.
The Hell with it. Let's do it. And the cost of the effort is on your head if it's your kid who goes down in a hail of bullets.
...it should fall to the individual teacher's personal choice as it is guaranteed to them in the constitution.
...the teachers at my daughter(S) school all carry heat and i have zero problem with it.
...Guns are like a condom, better to have one and not need it, then to need it and not have one.
I think if a few administrators had guns [...] the students would get the idea that the must respect the school officials.
Originally posted by Kompaktor
So what was that reply about, anyway, Mr. Messiah who is sooo enigmatic? That reply was very mysterious.
You might want to explain it a bit more, cuz ya know, we aren't all mysterious messiahs like you are. Guess we ain't as smart as jebus is!
And the only reason "drug wars" are happening in S. America is because the U.S. has racist laws that prevent those drugs from legally entering out borders. I am sure the countries housing the drug lords would be fine having them there, as they make lots and lots of money, more to be spent, etc. We get rid of those racist laws, that "war" is taken care of, and it needs to be taken care of because it isn't working, and it will never end, just like the war on terrorism.
Originally posted by steggyD
Yeah, people talking about having guns in classrooms will really destroy the good ol' US of A. Nothing like a few people's comments to tear a country apart.
Agents of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement told police in Pinellas Park [...] that they were on the way to take her to a hospital to resume her feeding.
For a brief period, local police, who have officers around the hospice to keep protesters out, prepared for what sources called a showdown.
"There were two sets of law enforcement officers facing off, waiting for the other to blink," said one official with knowledge of Thursday morning's activities. In jest, one official said local police discussed "whether we had enough officers to hold off the National Guard. "