Guns in school

Discussion in 'Politics' started by srh88, Mar 12, 2018.

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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member


    If you removed guns from the government school equation, how would you fund government schools ?
     
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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member

    So give ALL the guns to government ? Good job MAO.

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    tangerinegreen555

    tangerinegreen555 Well-Known Member

    Child molesters shouldn't have guns
     
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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member


    I agree with you, and I'd add adult molesters shouldn't have guns either.

    So, do you think guns shouldn't be used to fund government schools or is that kind of molestation one you support?
     
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    rkymtnman

    rkymtnman Well-Known Member

    i think your taxes fund schools. and roads. and bridges. and ambulances. and police. and fire.

    thanks for paying your taxes like a real 'Murican.
     
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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member


    Yet, all of those things could still exist if they weren't funded using guns to fund them.

    Why do you like to use guns to fund things is the question you are avoiding.

    Thanks for being against using guns in offensive ways at least SOME of the time. Best wishes to cure your habit of using them to get the things you like.
     
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    rkymtnman

    rkymtnman Well-Known Member

    i prefer funding things with primers. without primers, ammo doesn't fire and renders guns worthless.

    i drove on I-25 yesterday which your taxes helped fund. thanks!

    there is a decent size pothole around mile marker 141 that you should repair though.
     
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    UncleBuck

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    Was a 5 star thread then Roberta showed up
     
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    srh88

    srh88 Well-Known Member

    The first part actually made me lol

    I don't think school teachers should have guns. Maybe an armed security guard or even a cop or vet. If teachers were the kind of people ready to engage in a shoot out, I don't think they would of chose teaching as a career
     
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    rkymtnman

    rkymtnman Well-Known Member

    exactly. they just want tenure, have summers off and eventually retire.
     
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    BarnBuster

    BarnBuster Virtually Unknown Member

    "Dennis Alexander, who is Seaside City's mayor pro tem and a reserve officer with the Sand City Police Department, was teaching a lesson at Seaside High School in Seaside, California when he pointed his gun into the ceiling and accidentally fired it, said Abdul Pridgen, the city's police chief".


    https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/14/us/california-teacher-fires-gun/index.html
     
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    londonfog

    londonfog Well-Known Member

    We have people like yourself who used the system by sending 3 of their children and self, to get an education at public schooling, but yet complain when they have to pay up for said education. So in a since and to make you understand guns can be used to stop theft. Without guns people like yourself would just keep stealing from the rest of us. When will you be filing your taxes
     
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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member


    About how many years and how much money do you think I paid into the childrens indoctrination programs and what would the cost of educating kids be if there were real competition allowed are the questions you will likely ignore if you stick with this conversation, you know after I begin to expose your duplicity and fallacious arguments, right before you run away or start talking about your lost and found dryer panty collection.

    So, should people be forced to pay for things they don't use ? Is that your argument ?
     
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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member

    That's a good point, most teachers wouldn't use a gun to rob you for their pay, they're happy to let the system do it for them, so they don't have to wrestle with their conscience and they can continue to believe they are delivering a valid service, even though nobody really believes robbing people is valid.
     
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    Ripped Farmer

    Ripped Farmer Well-Known Member

    Until schools were gun free zones we had guns in school. They were visible in vehicles in parking lots, and most those rigs were always left unlocked. We would even bring them INSIDE during hunting season as the shop teacher was big into bird hunting so we'd lay em all out on the tables and lie about how good of a shot we all were.

    No one died.
     
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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member

    Still haven't figured out a way to enforce your gun confiscation laws without using guns to confiscate them yet have you?

    You should sit down, before you fall down from all that spinning around your circular arguments get you into.
     
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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member

    You are insinuating that without confiscatory taxes, roads would not exist. That's false. That's like saying if government collectives produced food, like they did rather inefficiently in Communist countries, without Communism, everybody would starve.

    Logic and possibility of better ways are not your strong suits I see. Try harder to formulate a defendable argument please, I'm getting bored with all the low hanging fruit.
     
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    londonfog

    londonfog Well-Known Member

    you have three kids, who all went to public schooling. You yourself have used public schooling. What you and your children learned will last and help for a life time. SO NO you have not paid up yet. Hell I'm thinking you have not even made a dent
    When will you file this year ?
     
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    neosapien

    neosapien Well-Known Member

    The craziest part about all of it, is watching the news this week and seeing how many "resource officers" have accidentally discharged their gun in class just THIS week.
     
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    Fogdog

    Fogdog Well-Known Member

    Nice story. Your childhood was truly representative of all the schools in this country :roll:. How large would you say your school was?

    If more guns means fewer gun homicides or mass shootings, isn't 360,000,000 guns in the US enough to disprove this theory?

    Households are less safe when they own a gun than those who don't. Not by a lot but a little less safe.

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    Your ability with numbers and statistics is laughable. I'm guessing you went to school when accidental gun deaths were high. You'd need about 800,000 attending your school to be likely to have 1-2 deaths from a gun. You should educate yourself some (even a little would be nice), you might not get laughed at so much. I mean, yeah, nobody died, dummy.

    3.6 million teachers in the US. If 20% carry a gun, that makes 820,000 teachers with a gun. On top of the deaths in mass shootings that are completely unlikely to be stopped by a teacher with a hand gun, at least 2-4 kids will die from an accidental gun death each year. I'm not even including kids deliberately shot by a nervous or homicidal teacher.

    You gun nuts keep demanding we do things that make no sense and hypothetical when gun control laws are proven to work.
     
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