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End gun-free zones, allow teachers to conceal carry

Myths of gun control always miss the targetI for one am fed up. Enough is enough. Dead 6- and 7- year olds. Any further gun control will not work. Look at the China school stabbings.

In Israel they used to have school shootings, but that ended after the teachers started carrying guns. Blame the person, not an inanimate object. Man uses gun to kill, blame gun? Man uses knife to kill, blame knife? Man uses gasoline to start fire to kill, blame gasoline? Man uses pencil to misspell word, blame pencil? Using sound logic, if you picked the gun you would have to pick the pencil. Blame the person.

End gun-free zones. Allow teachers to conceal carry. And you, the media, please stop being biased toward gun control.

– Scott Brundage

2 comments

  1. China? You just shoot yourself in the foot with that argument. No one was killed in that incident Einstein!

  2. Concerned Citizen

    Stop “growing” the police state! Our schools need to be innocent places for our children. The mentally ill who are inspired by the violence they see 24/7 and images coming at them is what needs to be dealt with. The police officer, teacher or administrator can’t be at every door and place someone might enter with a gun. This is no solution. Time to end assault rifles and large magazines in our midst. Who would have thought a troubled person would have access to these kind of weapons. Get at the core of the problem.

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