Oh, he mad…

Oh, he mad…

Note to angry Professor: you’re going to find that “beating” ARMED people to death is significantly more difficult than you’re imagining. In fact, you may with to entirely rethink your cunning plan.

University of Rhode Island professor’s retweet: Murder anyone who thinks teachers should be armed; Update: Police met with prof

erik-loomis-rt

Gotta love those benevolent liberal college professors.

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11 thoughts on “Oh, he mad…

  1. This guy should be fired. He is exhibiting EXACTLY the type of attitude HIS TYPE tell us leads to people committing mass murder.

    Do you guys have ANY idea how many problems we could resolve simply by applying the liberals own standards against them — no, I mean REALLY applying them against them exactly the way they call for it to be done. Now, mind you, we still get to use REAL logic in determining when they have fallen victim to their own death sentences ;-)

      • I think it is a great idea to have a few teachers trained to use fire arms against attackers as part of an emergency plan. It would be an excellent deterrent, and in the event of a shooting, it could result in fewer deaths of innocent people.

        Needless to say, this professor would probably not be a candidate for weapons training in my school. But if he wants to exercise his second amendment right, that is fine with me.

        As for supporters of no-gun zones, here’s an idea. Let them put no-gun zone signs on their front doors to let everyone know that they are not armed, see what that does for their personal security (morons), before subjecting children to the policy.

        I just heard Obama say ‘we must change.’ That about tears it.

        • “I think it is a great idea to have a few teachers trained to use fire arms against attackers as part of an emergency plan. It would be an excellent deterrent, and in the event of a shooting, it could result in fewer deaths of innocent people.”

          I agree with that 100%. Not all, but those that have attended an emergency training program would definitely help. They should also be carefully selected. I don’t know about B or Augger, but I’ve know quite a few guys from my time in the military that had no business with a weapon in their hands even after the government certified that they were “trained”.

          • Good Lord, WM, half the Marines I knew were more dangerous to themselves with a weapon in their hands than to the enemy. heck YEAH! Some people have absolutely NO business anywhere near a weapon.

            On the other hand: place me and a firearm within 100 yards of the next nut-case who wants to kill innocent people and I guaran-darn-T he will not survive to stand trial — even if it means I get killed in the process. That’s just the way those of us who truly understand our duty to society think.

          • I mostly trained with Israeli soldiers.

            As far as arming teachers — in another post I advocated arming willing teachers (keyword: willing) who would go to a certified tactical training course, and also obtain a concealed weapons permit. My rationale — in one of the school shootings, the attackers had planned to target the S.R.O. who had a lunch routine. Luckily for him that day, he broke with his routine, and ate his lunch out in his car. That little change in the attacker’s allowed for the distraction of return fire … thus giving law enforcement more time to respond, and saved lives.

            Imagine if you were planning a school attack, but you had no idea who, or how many teachers in the school were professionally trained, and armed.

            It would be difficult to plan against. Deterrence is crucial to a proper defense against aggression.

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