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Every schoolyard shooting in America-- every mass murder and/or murder/suicide, not to mention the enormous number of just suicides -- have all shared the foundational common denominator of SSRI drugs that our government and Big Pharma have conspired to poison our children with from grades K-12 or earlier. Media never has reported this, which speaks volumes about what the "news at eleven" does and does not include, and why. Guns are NOT the problem. Selective Seratonin Reuptake Inhibitors ARE the problem. We have a wealth of information at our fingertips -- literally- and we are all just few clicks on the World Wide Web away from discovering exactly what is causing these horrific slaughters of kids by kids. This knee jerk reaction blaming guns and reaching this oblivious and totally quite erroneous conclusion that we should give up our second amendment right to self protection, like that's going to stop violence that is caused by the real drug pushers in America's school yards, is sheer insanity. Don't take my word for it. Research it yourselves -- and then let's save the children and ourselves from becoming the helpless and unarmed sitting ducks we are all so dangerously close to becoming.
Guns for citizens are outlawed in Mexico, yet some of the citizens there are daily gunning down those who are unarmed there. Google Juarez and you will have an idea of what will be happening in America if we don't all wake up immediately and choose to use our God given brains. 4 months ago
The dog could be shot because the dog can't shoot the madman first; however,the armed individual can. That is the whole point and purpose of arming individuals to guard and protect children in schools. As for the question regarding what a child is going to do if s/he accidentally gets a hold of the school protector I have to ask why all children aren't being trained in gun safety from the beginning of their lives? I grew up with guns in the house that I knew belonged to my father, that they were not to be touched -- period, I understood what guns could do, and I knew that I would be able to shoot and own guns when I was old enough and responsible enough to be trusted to always check if the gun was loaded, never to point a gun at anyone or to shoot unless I was positive no one was in front of me, etc. This was at age 10 or 11 and I was watched constantly, reminded constantly of safety rules, as well as being questioned about them -- for years. I am certain it was the same for pretty much all my fellow students and their fathers. We did not kill each other, teachers, or anyone nor did it cross our minds to. But, then we weren't put on SSRI drugs in preschool, either. 4 months ago