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Saturday, April 16, 2005
NRA Maintains the Tradition

Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss.

More status quo from National Rifle Control, Inc., aka the LaPierre Center to Prevent Gun Violence:

"Shortly after the Minnesota school shootings, [NRA president-elect Sandra Froman] said, 'I'm not saying that that means every teacher should have a gun or not, but what I am saying is we need to look at all the options at what will truly protect the students.'

"NRA Chief Executive Officer Wayne LaPierre clarified the following week that the NRA is not advocating arming teachers and supports the federal law that bars most guns from schools.

"On Tuesday, Froman seemed to retreat from her initial comments.

"'The only people that ought to have firearms in the schools are law enforcement and trained security personnel,' she said."

http://waronguns.blogspot.com/2005/04/nra-maintains-tradition.html#links


This if from David Codrea's Blog war on guns. He is a a contributing writer for GUNS magazine. If you still think the NRA is pro gun, think about this: (I must give credit for this point to David Codrea) If the NRA believes that not having guns in schools makes them safer, then the same must hold true for the outside world.
 

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LaPierre said "[W]e believe in absolutely gun-free, zero-tolerance, totally safe schools. That means no guns in America's schools period...with the rare exception of law enforcement officers or trained security personel."

If no guns means safe schools than no guns would mean safe streets. The NRA is no friend of the 2nd ammendment.
 

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I know it is sick. They say enough decent sounding stuff to satisfy many gun owners while really working against the 2nd ammendment.
 
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