......something is not right at all.........
The wounded student, also 16, was in critical but stable condition Thursday in a Bakersfield hospital, the sheriff said.
Two other students -- both girls -- suffered injuries in the shooting and confusion, Youngblood said. One girl apparently close to the shotgun blast was taken to a hospital with hearing damage, authorities said. The second girl received minor injuries trying to flee, authorities said.
At a press conference Tuesday, White House spokeswoman Dana Perino confirmed that General Motors and Chrysler "have been in contact with the administration on various levels," but she would not say whether the two companies were in merger talks.
GM and Cerberus Capital Management, which owns a majority stake in Chrysler, declined to comment.
Troubled asset relief: Perino said that the U.S. Treasury Department would determine whether U.S. automakers and their finance arms are eligible for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, a government program to buy up troubled loans from financial institutions. The program, commonly known as TARP, was approved earlier this month as part of the government's $700 billion financial rescue package.
Originally posted by Raist
However, since you seem to have the answers. What exactly do you sugest we do?
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
Isnt a pro-active answer better than a re-active answer?
Originally posted by sprtpilot
This wasn't a "school shooting". It was drug deal, near a school.
Not really, because the pro-active answer to winning lottery is to buy tickets, not look for a winning ticket AFTER the draw.
Originally posted by digital01anarchy
Originally posted by roughycannon
Now if only they teachers had guns and the postman and the fire brigade, the woman in the shop etc none of this would have ever happened and they all lived happily ever after the end.
seriously go back to the 16th century with your queen,castles,princes and we will live in the wild west with our guns.