That reporter managed to stop wringing of hands & cold sweating in fear long enough to type that just slightly (cough) biased crap.
And if gun fearing idiots don't want to move here because of our pro-protection laws it's not going to hurt my feelbads none. They are truly welcome to stay where they are & be potential victims to their hearts content. :wink:
I read the article & found it as ya'all have-pitiful. Therefore I e-mailed the reporter concerning this issue. I was one of the people polled for the poll which the reporter referenced. While doing that poll I stated my concerns about the wording, "do you agree or disagree with guns in the schools?" I stated at the time that I was agaqinst people illegally carrying in the schools, but that I felt no threat from legal ccw holders carrying while on the school property, or in the school. I was told by the pollster that almost everyone she spoke with had said the same thing. I guess that is why the poll came out with 70% against guns in schools. Polls that do not ask questions appropriately to accommadate legitimate answers should be banned. Anyone else ever hear of the book, "How to Lie With Statistics?" I have a copy & the way that poll was done just goes to showthe bias that was used.
I also feel that the reporter got it way wrong!