Phatscotty wrote:I also think it would work somewhat even if we just say that there are teachers and principles armed, even if they really aren't armed...
Perhaps you meant 'principals'?Just one honest question,if nearly 300 million guns aren't enough,how many will be?This whole absurd scenario reminds me of the first rule of how to get out of a hole.Stop digging..
I don't know why you guys are obsessed with there being 300 million guns here, when it's clear you aren't able to process that information. Your fear of guns and implication that the gun is evil interferes with your thought processes the way only a religious fundamentalist who hears God talking can relate.
In this case, I only wish that 1 teacher/principle at Sandy Hook elementary school had 1 gun. Maybe even the teachers who charged Lansa with absolutely nothing in their hands....basically understanding they were living the last seconds of their lives, but coping with the reality there was absolutely nothing they could do to stop the shooting of an entire classroom of children.
So they charged the shooter, barehanded, and became another number in the death total.
Yes, it was an act of heroism by these teachers, I would only prefer one of them had a gun, and could be a hero AND still be alive, and perhaps shaved the death total to 22, 17, 12, or even 6....if one of those people who charged Lansa had a gun and was trained (farrrrr more trained than Lansa) the Sandy Hook tragedy would still be a tragedy, but perhaps 15 children, or even just 2 children, would have been saved by a miracle as well.