It was a kid taking a gun to school to threaten another kid.
Stupid kids doing stupid things. But who do they learn that behavior from? It certainly couldn't be from a government that invades a country and kills over 100,000 people because the country "might" pose a threat. They certainly wouldn't have learned to disrespect the rights of others by watching their government torture prisoners. They certainly wouldn't have learned that violence is the solution to your problems by watching the U.S. military assassinate people deemed undesirable.
No. Couldn't be those things. It must be the evil guns that make them do it.
Nah. Couldn't be that either. Has to be the evil guns.
Actually, if you really don't like a group of people, their children are your best bet to damage their society. What is wrong here is that instead of taking out the trash, we locked it in expensive rooms and paid lawyers and judges millions to keep them around. Our trash is now starting to fester.
Sadly, children are an easy target. They need protection at school.
Yes. "Lockdown" is what they do at prisons. "Schools" and prisons share the same "Panopticon" architectural designs and much the same government bully management. These are children, not inmates.
Let the people go!
Signs of the times. 2 tim 3:1-5
Its all them damnyankees invading the south!
Americans and their guns !!
Ah !! They´ll never learn.
They love their guns more than their children.
Children are the most precious thing in the world, because they hold within them a spark of innocence, and a potential to be anything. They are fresh and free in ways we will never ever be again, ways we have forgotten. They are the only truly pure things mankind ever does.
I think that some people, who had their innocence taken from them, who lost that spark and grew to resent it, someone who went from infinite possibility to none all to fast, that man could resent what the children have, maybe enough to do the unthinkable. Thats the best answer i have. Someone so twisted and bitter and hurt by life that the sight of such innocence and potential is too much for him.