Whereas what BETTER place for a well armed militia to overthrow a tyrranical govt?

Whereas what BETTER place for a well armed militia to overthrow a tyrranical govt?

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Bravo to the heroic students and teachers who lost their lives and to those working to prevent more, somehow. But I am grateful the US Army is giving this 14 yr old girl, 14 yr old boy and 15 yr old boy the highest possible honor.in their service to the citizens they swore to protect.

Now for the rest of us to protect.

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I don’t have “the answer”. State lawmakers need to get off their pocket stuffing asses and toss some ideas around that will work for their state and bring it to a vote rather than “thoughts and prayers”.

Marco Rubio started with the standard blow-off line “thoughts and prayers” but he got caught in it. Now he’s going through the right motions. Hopefully it’s not just stalling for time.

It’s a Confederal issue more than Federal. Each state has slightly different needs in their 2nd A interpretation, notions of security vs independence.

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Texas you can arm. They got a yeehaw gun culture. Florida might not be so good as a little power can get to people’s heads here. NJ where I come from, arming staff would be deadly for all.

Different state cultures.

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Sounds like the kind of thing Kentucky would do. I guess I’m a confederalist. Texas can go “yeehaw” with guns ’cause that’s their culture. But if it was New Jersey, “teacher marshalls” would be deadly horror show for all.

I’m just sorry for the kids. What they’re doing is completing what we already knew: School is Prison.

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You’re arguing with yourself Jason. I said I don’t know the answer except I don’t believe in a federal heavy “common core” style staff arming in thousands of schools suddenly.

Should be state by state.

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OH that’s East Brunswick. Yeah I worked at Seton Hall University, not far from East Brunswick. Retired cops. Yeah, for THERE, it makes good sense. The teachers are already “tough teachers”. It’s a prison like system and it works for them.

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Look at what’s missing in East Brunswick. It’s just the kind of district that’s used to being heavily protected, so what’s a little more?

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I was being a little facetious but I think I masked it too much.

Kids are being the heroes and victims alike, showing more bravery and courage than lawmakers and a huge percentage of the population. They go to the House in Florida, where a “Just think about the children and their hormones” “porn is a public health hazard” is recognized” – while ACTUAL CHILDREN are there, being ignored about REAL health hazards.

Grown adults say the protesters should be shot, run over by a truck, “don’t know what real life is”, when 15 of their classmates and 2 teachers were just murdered.

I know what you’re saying. It’s just right now? I’d almost rather the kids have the guns.

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No they’re not. People who have or want ARs are scared they might lose the ability to own that category of weapon.

But ARs can’t be attacked. They’re objects.

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It seems FAR more likely that ARs are thrown under the “Firearms, type not stated” 2,477
category.

For political reasons. (saving their jobs).

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If they don’t track it, you can’t attack it.

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Number killed in “mass attacks”.

From 2015.
This totals to 330.

That’s more than 274. Was it all using ARs? I don’t know. I don’t get deep into it. But if it was, that 330 is NOT part of the 274, and considering common hunting accidents with standard rifles, I *don’t* think most rifle deaths were mass.

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