In the Second Amendment “guns debate,” I strongly believe this issue must be considered:
It is only “common-sense, standard policy” that important people, such as our president, must be protected where they are by trained people with guns. We taxpayers spend a lot of money providing that protection.
If that is the best way to protect our president, how can anyone be so foolish as to think we can protect our children by banning or removing guns from trained, qualified teachers in the schools? Or, from trained, qualified parents in the homes, and in other places they take their children?
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