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Des Moines Register published map shows which schools have no security
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http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/03/...-officers/

Quote:IDENTIFYING TARGETS? NEWSPAPER PUBLISHES INTERACTIVE MAP SHOWING ALL PUBLIC SCHOOLS WITH NO SECURITY OFFICERS

What dumb fucks


The map actually shows:

Schools with no security guard – Red Dots
Schools with a security guard – Green Dots
Schools that did not respond - Grey Dots

The graphic is also interactive. When you click on a specific dot, you are given very detailed information about the location of the school and if it has a security office on campus. We clicked on the red dot for the Southeast Webster Grand school in Burnside, Iowa.

Update: Shortly before 6 p.m. ET, as TheBlaze was going to publish this report, we received word that the newspaper had removed the map from the website. A contact at WHO NewsRadio 1040 in Iowa was told that the map and the story had been taken down “for editing” and will be back up again. Stay tuned.

NOW, a hypothetical question: Would a concerned father who will be moving to Iowa soon want to be "prepared" when in the school?
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Once long long ago, I would have been shocked by the absolute idiocy. Now, I just shake my head.
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I don't know why this is a bad thing.

First, most schools never had any guards, typically tit would just simply be a waste of money. The parents obviously never cared before either since they didn't complain enough to get a property tax hike passed to pay for a guard.

Second, this shows to the morons just how exposed schools are to attack and why guards in gun free zones are stupid.

Third.. It shows that even with the vast majority of schools not having guards that our kids are safe. That we need to adapt to the reality that bad things happen rarely and the cost/risk/benefit analysis shows leaving it alone is far better than putting a paid guard in every school. It's just plain stupidity to start putting guards in schools unless there is a distinct need to do so. Hell if you spend that money give people free medical care it would save us more in productivity than it would deter or stop losses of lives from school rampages. In reality one guard won't get there in time, will get killed first, and will never see anything but brat kids making jokes about him in the hallway.

I think this is good for many reasons, it shows reality and reality is what the american people need to start to accept.
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