About the Texas massacre and easy access to guns.

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I really wish America would stop being mass murderers. Maybe it starts with their foreign policy. Of course, being on drugs doesn't help... But from the perspective of nature vs nurture, why shouldn't the children of a government emulate their "parents"? Is it really a stretch to suggest that the public education system is indoctrinating its young into passively accepting the way their government does business?
 
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I really wish America would stop being mass murderers. Maybe it starts with their foreign policy. Of course, being on drugs doesn't help... But from the perspective of nature vs nurture, why shouldn't the children of a government emulate their "parents"? Is it really a stretch to suggest that the public education system is indoctrinating its young into passively accepting the way their government does business?
This.

Taking the guns away from americans (good luck with that), but keeping the trend of ever increasing nihilisim going.
 

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To all the morons thinking that armed teachers would have prevented this: a fully trained team was too fearful to engage, do you honestly see the librarian and lunch lady defend the students with their pea shooters?
 

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To all the morons thinking that armed teachers would have prevented this: a fully trained team was too fearful to engage, do you honestly see the librarian and lunch lady defend the students with their pea shooters?


Well, it wasn't a school, but it worked here:

https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/police-woman-killed-man-fired-rifle-party-crowd-85002437

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A woman in West Virginia fatally shot a man who began firing an AR-15-style rifle into a crowd of people that had gathered for a party, authorities said.

Dennis Butler, 37, was killed Wednesday night after he pulled out the rifle and began shooting at dozens of people attending the birthday-graduation party outside an apartment complex in the city of Charleston, police said in a statement.

The woman, who was attending the party, drew a pistol and fired, killing Butler, the statement said. No one at the party was injured.

“Instead of running from the threat, she engaged with the threat and saved several lives last night,” Chief of Detectives Tony Hazelett told news outlets Thursday.
 

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So why was there no security and the door was open and why did the police stay outside while this person killed people?

Like when I was a kid there was security at my school the hell happened?

People are focusing on the wrong thing
 

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So why was there no security and the door was open and why did the police stay outside while this person killed people?

Like when I was a kid there was security at my school the hell happened?

People are focusing on the wrong thing
It might be because the presence of security in schools is oppressive to certain subsegments of the population?
 

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It might be because the presence of security in schools is oppressive to certain subsegments of the population?
Well which is the preferrable? Security where sometimes a racist gets the job, or no security where sometimes students+staff get attacked and killed?

Id say the former overrules the latter 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️
 

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To all the morons thinking that armed teachers would have prevented this: a fully trained team was too fearful to engage, do you honestly see the librarian and lunch lady defend the students with their pea shooters?
Are you suggesting that giving weapons to Ukraine is a stupid idea?

Or just Americans on the verge of war?
 
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Unfortunatly you dont rule.
And fortunately, you dont either. Otherwise you'd opt for kids to potentially experience getting their bodies riddled with bullets, over having them experience potential uncomfortability or racism (of which both are over 90% survivable, and 1 is 100 percent survivable).
 

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And fortunately, you dont either. Otherwise you'd opt for kids to potentially experience getting their bodies riddled with bullets, over having them experience potential uncomfortability or racism (of which both are over 90% survivable, and 1 is 100 percent survivable).
I don't think he was disagreeing with you, lol.
 
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