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#52 - anon id: 769e187a
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(06/21/2014) [-]
Armed security. That is all. We use armed security to protect our money at banks but not our children. Is money more important than children?
#66 to #52 - majordraco
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(06/21/2014) [-]
Although yes this is a partial solution, during columbine the students waited until the community resource officer was at lunch to do their shooting.

Something more complete would be to train teachers and allow them to arm themselves, organization already offer free military like firearms training to school teachers. Then noone would know who was armed and that would make schools a much harder target.

If you can trust your teachers with your kids, then you should be able to trust them with guns.
#172 to #66 - grindoff
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(06/23/2014) [-]
Coming from a country where we haven't had a school shooting in 20 years (and none before that one) as well as a low rate of armed people, this sounds awfully absurd.
Yes, I would be happy knowing that it was within the training of the teacher to protect my kid. But having my child surrouned by even more guns is a bit unnerving. But I guess I am just not American enough.
And I know that it wouldn't be relevant to my children and their school since school shootings is not a problem here but that doesn't change that it seems very absurd to me.
Bring the red thumbs, you gun lovers
#60 to #52 - popnotes
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(06/21/2014) [-]
Children are potentially infinite. Money is not.

Think about it.