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Old 12-19-2012, 12:39 PM   #46
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So Christians shouldn't protect themselves? Join the military? Or police force?...sorry but sounds like a liberal guilt trip...those bitter clingers...clinging to guns and religion...
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Old 12-19-2012, 12:47 PM   #47
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Not to mention the "drunk redneck" at the range...please
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Old 12-19-2012, 01:16 PM   #48
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The 6th commandment says "Thou Shall not MURDER, there is a difference. I don't think this is a place for a religious debate, but if you would like, I can point you in the right direction to see that you are wrong. Scripture supports killing to protect your family.


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Part of the problem of debating or simply commenting about issues is the fact that many people misread the words of others. I wrote "the 6th commandment" ...though shall not kill!

Armed robbery happens daily and most of the victims live to tell about it. It is certainly not kill or be killed. In fact, even the NRA home defense handbook advocates that actually firing at an armed robber should be the very last thing you do after announcing you have a gun and retreating to your safe spot.

"900ftps...fast enough?" This type of callous comment about the taking of a human life is the type of rhetoric that hurts all gun owners and empowers gun control advocates.
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Old 12-19-2012, 03:08 PM   #49
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The 6th commandment says "Thou Shall not MURDER, there is a difference. I don't think this is a place for a religious debate, but if you would like, I can point you in the right direction to see that you are wrong. Scripture supports killing to protect your family.
I totally agree, I didn't want to get in to religion myself...tried to get at it from another angle..
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I am not religious but I am pretty sure it is infact, "Thou shall not kill" and people made up "murder" for their own conscious.
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I think Moses lost the tablet with a small print on his way down from the mountain. plus it was probably written in Aramaic so there is something lost in translation.
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I'm called a redneck all the time at work! but I don't mix alcohol with my guns that's just asking for something stupid to happen
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I am not religious but I am pretty sure it is infact, "Thou shall not kill" and people made up "murder" for their own conscious.
Deuteronomy 5:21

The word used is murder, not kill. You can look it up if you like.

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Ohio's attorney general made a statement today saying that each school should have armed personnel now and it is up to each school how they want to proceed.
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With the proper training and alot of discretion selecting the 'right' teachers with the 'right' attitude may be prudent. Keeping their identity secret just as our air marshals do might work. But still...arming them with just a handgun when going up against assault weapons would be like pissing on a forest fire when tryng to put it out.
I agree with most of this. However having a hangun is a whole lot better than nothing - especially when the perp is not expecting anyone to have one in a group of people scattered about. Also if the perp felt that an unknown number of anonymous people were armed that could be a huge deterrent.
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Deuteronomy 5:21

The word used is murder, not kill. You can look it up if you like.

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Ohio's attorney general made a statement today saying that each school should have armed personnel now and it is up to each school how they want to proceed.
That is great news for teachers and students in Ohio!!
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I agree with most of this. However having a hangun is a whole lot better than nothing - especially when the perp is not expecting anyone to have one in a group of people scattered about. Also if the perp felt that an unknown number of anonymous people were armed that could be a huge deterrent.
I'm sorry if my statement gave the impression that arming our teachers with bigger and better weapons to ward off or even terminate an aggressor in our childrens schools is the answer..Nada! Teachers are there to teach our children..period! Lets let the professionals ( Police Force ) do what we pay them to do. 'Protect and Serve!' No one can do it better if we give them the tools and manpower! Maybe by installing better survellience, bullet proof windows, and awareness could help too. JMO!
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Not just arm but train as well.
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Not just arm but train as well.
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I didn't read through all the posts so, if this is a repost, sorry.


Indiana law already allows teachers to carry guns - wsbt.com
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