Guns on campus and in the woods

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Respectfully disagree

Having read the opinion, I would offer the following:

1. When a deer hunter leaves the home, his/her intent is to shoot and kill.
2. When a CCL individual leaves the home, they want to return without having used the firearm.
3. I actually opened the document and searched for the numbers (590 – 610) inclusive. Those numbers do NOT appear anywhere in the document, so you failed to cite the source of your ( 600 ) correctly.
4. December 9, 2007. Female CCL holder stops mass shooting at church.
5. October 1, 1997 Armed principal stops high school student before he can enter middle school.
6. April 24, 1998 Business owner stops shooting at dance.
7. January 16, 2002 College students violate “no gun policy” and stop shooter at law school.
8. May 27, 2010: AT&T store patron stops shooter.

The list goes on, but you get the idea. The author here, want to deny the right to self-defense do to his own irrational fear. Ask you self, if it was your son/daughter, wouldn’t you want them to have every means available to save their own lives? I know I would. For those of you who say NO, I hope you never have to face the reality that an armed student/teacher may have been able to save your child/grandchild/niece/nephew/etc.

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