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Public Elementary School Anti-Gun Brainwashing

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by rufus, Dec 25, 2010.

  1. rufus

    rufus State of Jefferson Well-Known Member

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    Feel-good nonsense for the mommies and school staff. Stunts like this probably have the opposite effect on the kids, but it will be years later before little Johnny goes berserk. :paranoid:
     
  2. deadeye

    deadeye Albany,OR. Moderator Staff Member

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    Seems to be a matter of the parents not willing to teach their own children the safety aspect and just wanting the issue to go away. Definately a sad state of affares when the child grows up and has to defend themselves because of the police only being minutes away. Well at least they will know how to play checkers and have tea parties with their dolls and stuffed animals while waiting in the camp for their turn.
     
  3. coyote223

    coyote223 NW Oregon Stamp Collector,,,

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    Building a future generation of gun hating voters. Getting them ready for the next big ban push. :paranoid:


    Guns are evil johnny! Here, play with this doll. :bluelaugh:
     
  4. fuhr52

    fuhr52 Lane County. Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Just more of the incremental indoctrination by the progressive liberals. Find out what the people can take and indoctrinate real slow. When the people figure out what they are up to, they hope it's too late to stop.
     
  5. rufus

    rufus State of Jefferson Well-Known Member

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    I guess all the criminal cases are closed and the crime rate is down to nothing in Providence. The Attorney General has the time to bring his scary toy gun eating monster to a school and promote his agenda. Been doing it for seven years? If I were a taxpayer in that town, I would be furious.

    Who paid for the Bash-O-Matic and the dolls? How many kids were traumatized by the thing?

    Why aren't the kids learning things like math, reading, science instead of running around a rubber obstacle course and telling stories? Sounds like romper-room not a school. I'm surprised they found the time between global warming lectures and recess to do this.

    Again, if I lived there, the next time they wanted to raise taxes "for the children" or "public safety", this would all be thrown in their faces. They must have plenty of funding if they can waste like this.
     
  6. Markjz

    Markjz Longview, WA Member

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    this is good. teach the kids that if you turn in your guns to the government they will only give you more crap in exchange.
     
  7. RVTECH

    RVTECH LaPine Well-Known Member

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    This is a bizarre statement - explain the complexities of weapons? Heck most of these parents probably would not know a .22 from a .222 and they are being relied upon to provide the recommended follow up? My daughter definitely understands the complexities of weapons - especially when she sees a 1911 or Winchester scattered on the coffee table!
     
  8. trainsktg

    trainsktg Portland OR Well-Known Member

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    All three of my teenage kids are growing up with guns in the house. Despite Dad's near borderline obsession with All Things Firearm , my oldest daughter will shoot with Dad, but doesn't beg to, and neither my son nor youngest daughter has any interest in doing so at all. Since the 'fruit is not forbidden', as it were, my children find Dad's firearms as about as exciting and enticing as my tablesaw or the family's toaster.

    Keith
     
  9. Redcap

    Redcap Lewis County, WA Well-Known Member

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    And that is the best way to have it.
     
  10. tkdguy

    tkdguy Portland, Oregon Silver Supporter Silver Supporter

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    as children mature they will rebel against these events and become "more" consumers of guns. The male children will likely become the consumers, however, if the program chair was a women, the girl children will likely model the woman chair's ideolody.

    I assume this is Providence, Rhode Island. These are "Easterners" with a very narrow, if not, frightening mind set. Rhode Island is basically a haven for slum thinkers and armchair ideologues. Would you want to send your Western teen to Brown University or the University of Colorado. Which school would represent "Western" thinking. Would you expect your western college student and hypothetically, a graduate from one of the Western States schools with a degree in teachering to be politically supportive of being an anti-gunner. ****, guns are part of our Western culture and saved lives in both WWI and WWII so these bozos could be free thinkers.
     
  11. James1300

    James1300 S.E. WA. Member

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    Do the Boy Scouts of America still have a Merit Badge for 'Marksmanship"?

    I hate the idea of these pukes teaching anything to kids.

    I want a law passed the teaches the 'Bill of Rights' and 'Washington State Constitution' in public school.

    How can anyone know their Rights are being violated if they don't know what they are?
     
  12. Reco

    Reco Portland Oregon Active Member

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    ya really..."Show the Police man where the BAD Man with the Gun Touched you.."
     
  13. g.i. joe

    g.i. joe Portland Active Member

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    If they take our toy guns away will I still get to use my finger gun?
     
  14. mjbskwim

    mjbskwim Salmon,Idaho Well-Known Member

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    I don't see the problem.I don't like the idea of toy guns anyway.
    Guns aren't toys.

    As far as this crap doing anything to the kids? The parents should be teaching the kids right from wrong anyway.
    This should have no effect.
     
  15. Jamie6.5

    Jamie6.5 Western OR Well-Known Member

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    And while you're at it, teach them that the proper way to deal with something you disagree with, is to destroy it.

    Bash-o-matic indeed. Feed some of those school administrators into the damn thing.
     
  16. NuthinFancy

    NuthinFancy Seattle Area Active Member

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    3 to 1 Malik Hall's mother makes him sit down to pee.
     
  17. phathom

    phathom Vancouver, WA Member

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    If this kind of thing happens at my son's school when he starts, I will have him absent from school that day, and I will take him shooting instead and give him some real gun safety education.
     
  18. mjbskwim

    mjbskwim Salmon,Idaho Well-Known Member

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    :thumbup::thumbup:
     
  19. Stomper

    Stomper Oceania Rising White Is The New Brown Silver Supporter

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    That's a classic example of brainless-simpleton "remedies".... :rolleyes:



    I'm on the downhill side of 43 now, and I had all sorts of toy-guns when I was a kid. We played "Army", and "Cowboys & Indians" ALL the time, and we made the toy guns look as realistic as possible too. That being said, I never (nor any of my childhood friends) went off the "deep end", BUT in today's "social environment" I have kept the "toy guns" my children have had to "Super-Soaker" water guns, and even that was a brief excursion as they moved on to other things that captured their attention.

    My main reason for "restricting" the toy gun thing for my kids is that IMHO kids are "wired" differently these days with all the first person shooter video games (they're playing HALO-3 as I type...LOL), gang-culture "glorification" in the schools and "pop culture", etc. Also, during my 8-yrs. of Army service I have seen first hand (and re-live it daily) the terrible damage you can do with firearms, and decided I din't want my kids trained to take pointing a firearm at someone as a idiotic fool would.

    I have 16 different firearms in my "ever growing" collection that I have let my six kids participate in to the degree they are interested in it. They have handled them, shot them, helped clean them, and most importantly RESPECT them, but they are ALWAYS locked in the gun-safe when not in my DIRECT control... but that just me. :thumbup:
     
  20. biggie24420

    biggie24420 Beaverton Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Every morning I wake up, I make sure I thank GOD (if there is one) for not having any kids.

    It's been 11 years since I've gotten out of school (finished high school)..... 11 years ago I was much younger and dumber lol but even then I knew that the public education system was a joke, can't imagine what it's like now. Oh guns are so bad, that is why the police carry them. If I ever became a parent, I would teach my kids all about guns, the good and the bad. Anyone with half of a brain knows that education is the key..... educate your kids and they will have a brighter and happier future. Why don't we focus more on teaching kids a second language at an earlier age and not wait till they are in high school? instead of teaching them useful things at an early age we brainwash them and have them color books like humans with mental RE TAR DATION. Why don't we focus on good and healthy foods in our schools? why don't we focus more on school budgets and actually providing education to the kids? Oooooh how about helping kids with their problems so they don't come back to school and shoot up the place or go commit suicide because they were being picked on made fun of? but I guess it's just a lot easier to brainwash

    Parents also need to understand that it's their job to make sure their kids are getting the education they need.... some people just take their kids to school and drop them off and assume it's all good, they don't know what the schools are doing to the kids. If I had a kid, there is no way in heck I would let him or her attend public school.... are you kidding me?
     
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