There was an armed deputy at Columbine High; his story

Deputy Sheriff Neil Gardner, talking about his experience at the Columbine High School shootings in Colorado.


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Denver – Columbine High School Hope Memorial Library – Photo credit: travellingzenwolf

4 Responses to There was an armed deputy at Columbine High; his story

  1. JamesK says:

    quite a few do complain about the use of drones, child.

    But explain why you need an Ak-47 or a Bushmaster? Why do you need 100 guns or 3000 rouns of ammo?

    Either your side agrees to ban assault rifles in exchange for us leaving handguns and hunting rifles/shotguns alone or well…you give us no reason not to push for the total ban you so fear.

    So compromise or lose completely. Take your pick.


  2. Ed Darrell says:

    Just like the NRA’s response is to cheer the drones on. Why not discuss the issue at hand, rather than remind us that the gun nuts are wrong on so much more?

    No one said anything about confiscation of firearms. Perhaps, once again, you’re overprepared for an imaginary crisis.


  3. robertfallin says:

    Yeah, just like your response if confiscation of private firearms. How come it is OK for the President to murder children with drones; it must be, as I do not hear any of you complaining about that.


  4. Rhian says:

    I’m sure the NRA’s response is more security guards with more guns….


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