Skip to comments.Miss. Houses passes bill for guns in schools
Posted on 02/13/2013 6:37:37 PM PST by Islander7
The Mississippi House passed a bill Wednesday that would allow school boards to arm teachers with concealed weapons.
House Bill 958 would let boards create policies authorizing employees, including cafeteria workers and janitors, carry concealed weapons on campus. A previous version of the bill limited the number of employees with weapons at each school, but the bill passed provides no limit.
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It is a good thing teachers didn’t have guns when I was in school.
I don't if this statement is pro or con, but it is confusing.
In any event 20-30-40 years ago, we also didn't promote homosexuality, gay rights, homos & lesbians & transgenders, the islamic religion, anti-Christian rantings, etc. Kids & teachers even brought hunting rifles or target shooting rifles to schools, with no shooting massacres in so called gun-free zones, or zero tolerance bullcrap laws like they have now.
We took God & prayer out of the schools in 1962, and it has been going downhill ever since. If I were a teacher in today's environment I would WANT to bring a handgun or semiautomatic rifle to school, to protect myself & my students against deranged leftists & anarchists that are perpetuating the school shootings or mass shootings.
Let’s see some nutball from Connecticut try to shoot up a school in Mississippi. That is how to protect your kids.
I was making a joke. I apologize for not putting a smiley face on it.
“It is a good thing teachers didnt have guns when I was in school.”
I knew exactly what you were talking about, and am glad you are here to express that sentiment. ;o)
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