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Ok so arm the teachers. Who is paying for their yearly training courses? Who is paying for their licenses to carry consealed or open? Who is paying the teachers for the added risk and obligations?

You want the teachers to moon light as security? They must now be act 120 trained as well as trained in the law.

You can't just allow a teacher to carry a weapon around and say you are security as well. Security is trained in the legal use of the fire arm as try are not just a civilian, but a law enforcer as well.

This is why Zimmerman is up for charges as a criminal... He wasn't properly trained in the use of a fire arm as part of his job.

The days of the cowboy are gone. Long raign the days of the real law abiding and educated citizen... This means you have taken classes and been properly trained yearly.

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Billyand Syl...BINGO

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Interestingly, in Israel where a lot of teachers ARE armed, and all schools have at least one armed guard, we've yet to hear of any such incidents or casualties as a result of a perp breaking into school.

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Acceptable price for what? Not sure what you are trying to get at.

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Arming teachers, or anyone else in a school, result in one undeniable fact...at least one person/child will be shot and likely killed before the armed guard will get to the shooter. Is this an acceptable price?

Oh, IIRC, schools aren't all that small. It's not like one armed guard can protect the entire building. So if he/she has to run from one side of the building to the other, more children will be shot/killed...but that's OK so long as some buffoon in BFE can play army with his semi-auto rifle.

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Armed Teachers....LOL I give it a week before a kid in 9th grade takes the gun away from a teacher and shoots classmates Armed guards in schools....unaffordable and a stupid idea Armed teachers....Unworkable and a SPECIAL kind of stupid idea

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Outdoor...exactly....20 Billion a year, now add another 15 billion in miscilanios costs and benifits.....so 35 Billion a year so the idiots of the world can own assault weapons....LMAO... at how all of a sudden Government spending is not an issue for the Right. Frickin hypocrites

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Norcal...you just paid for about half the schools in the US for a year...TOPS....so...again...HOW ARE YOU GOING TO PAY FOR IT?

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Allow the teachers who want to be, to be armed.

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Let's see, 250,000 schools times 2 armed guards per school is half a million. Assuming they get a wage that motivates them, say $40,000 per year, that's 20 billion dollars.

If there would be one Sandyhook per year prevented, and minimal collateral damage from wayward or negligent guns, we might save 20 kids per year.

That's roughly a billion dollars per child or teenager that might be saved. Some of those armed guards might be able to do other tasks at the schools, provided it doesn't compromise their ability to guard, and they can do these jobs while carrying their firearm.

One incident per year across the nation, or one per 250,000 schools, means that a random armed guard could spend 25 years in his job and have a one-in-10,000 chance of ever drawing his weapon.

It's not just that half of the US Congress is against raising money, or that the billion per child is an extravagant number. But money and manpower might be better spent elsewhere.

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