Speak Out: Does NRA's Plan to Protect Children Make Sense?
On Friday the National Rifle Association called for program to arm and train guards in schools as the best way to protect children. However, the group offered no means for restricting firearms.
On Friday, the National Rifle Association blamed video games, the media and lax law enforcement for a recent rash of mass shootings. However, the group failed to mention guns.
Part of the NRA's plan to protect children from a school shooting, such as the one that happened a week ago in Newtown, Conn., from happening again, is to put in place a program to arm and train guards in each school.
“The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun,” said Wayne LaPierre, the NRA's vice president.
The group however failed to mention how to restrict firearms in those same places.
Does the organization's plan make sense? What do you think? Sound off in the comments section below.