Despite having some fresh new exciting regulations on what guns and magazines people can own in Colorado, there was yet another Colorado massacre perpetrated with a gun. A gun, strangely enough, that our leadership says we should be allowed to own...
But this incident lasted only 80 seconds....with one fatality instead of dozens. Why? Was it because the perp used a shotgun instead of an AR?
Or was it because the NRA was right?
It was the armed school resource officer that ran from the cafeteria to the library and confronted the shooter in 80 seconds flat that stopped a real massacre from taking place. Not the new Colorado gun laws.
I know it derails the premise of gun control supporters...but it begs the question: What's more important? That which is more effective or that which sounds higher-minded?
This post has been edited by ilyushin: Tue Dec 24, 2013 01:05 PM