posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 06:33 PM
I thought that's why they had "resource" officers. Apparently, they aren't resourceful enough. Sure, i think a teacher or two should be allowed to
carry. But what is one teacher going to do when he/she is in one part of the school, and a massacre is happening at the other end? Most of the killers
shoot themselves, anyway eventually, so will it really make a different, if only to make *some* people feel more secure?
As an aside, i just saw on ABC World News, and they were talking about the security precautions that some feel *should* be in place now, which is
scarily reminiscent of prisons and a police state: they spoke of locked doors, surveillance cameras at entrances, having to show ID if one is
not know and not identified *through* the surveillance camera in order to get in. Talk about the school to prison pipeline, it's just conditioning
our children to both accept the police state (what with check points, etc), and prison.