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Originally posted by Mrgone
But I'm still able to protect myself in an emergency. Try to think of guns like life insurance.
But I do realize there is no room in that metaphor for someone using life insurance in a theater so. Hmm.
Originally posted by nerbot
Seriously, I had the opportunity to buy a rifle from a friend, but afret consideration, I didn't want to give anyone an excuse to shoot me. Real simple.
Originally posted by jaynkeel
Wow never thought New Jersey would be one of the first to enact this, totally surprised by that. But I agree good decision and hope many to follow in their footsteps.
Originally posted by jacobe001
More Nanny State Police Tactics from Big Government.
It is not my responsibility nor is it the government's responsibility.
Pull your kids out of school and home school them if you do not like what is going on.
Employ some Personal Responsibility
I think that the Mayor of Marlboro Township in NJ is doing the right thing; and I think that every school in the U.S. should follow his example and do the same.
The American children are very afraid and I believe they do need the added protection.
Originally posted by Thurisaz
well it is a positive step in two ways...
protects and reassures the kids
and, creates employment.
Originally posted by thisguyrighthere
The burbs have always had a "never happen hear" attitude while the cities with gangs have been taking these measures to protect their children for decades now.
Originally posted by Aleister
I wouldn't trust some of the security guards I've known to protect the children. And all a guy has to do to get past this barrier is to off the guard, so putting them in every school will just put more fear into the children's and parent's minds. Idiots is too strong a word. Or not.