This is a discussion on Gun-free zones are only for ‘the little people’ within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; The Washington Times Tuesday, January 29, 2013 By Charles Hurt ........... There is a good lesson here these days with so many politicians making political ...
The Washington Times
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
By Charles Hurt
........... There is a good lesson here these days with so many politicians making political hay out of 20 young children and six educators gunned down in an elementary school last month. They want to use that horror to advance their own political agenda of disarming law-abiding citizens.
But it is important to remember that while they are talking about disarming you and me, they are not talking about disarming themselves. They will still be coddled in their fortresses. The closer you get to the Capitol, the more armed guards there are. Up close, there are bombproof guard shacks, literally, on every street corner. Squads of machine-gun carrying guards dot the magnificent marble buildingscape at all times.
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Ive sort of been thinking about the whole gun free school shooting thing. With all the money spent trying to grab guns etc etc, wouldnt it be easier to just harden the schools? Bullet resistant or proof glass on the entry doors. Electronic locks or one way locks. Second set of doors to enter the school with office area secured the same way. Have to be buzzed in both sets so intruder can only get past the first set of doors if he happens to fool the office at the first set of doors??
Most schools ive seen are set up with two sets of entrance doors anyway it shouldnt be that hard to retro fit windows and doors. Just a thought
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