Friday, December 21, 2012

Apparently you can carry a firearm in Minnesota schools...

But don't worry the liberal governmental and educational establishment is going to change that.

Apparently, according to an article in the Minnesota Star Tribune (h/t PowerlineBlog), a school principal has been safely carrying a concealed pistol at work with his bosses permission -- and it's all legal.

But, now that it's come out, the Governor and Education officials are going to try to make that change.

"I cannot even imagine a situation where we would consider giving people permission to carry guns in school," Richfield Schools Superintendent Robert Slotterback said. "You're not going to have a gun drawn. If they walk up to you, point a gun and fire, it doesn't matter if you have a gun in your pocket or not."
 Because it's so hard to get a gun out of your pocket when your life is on the line...

I'm not looking forward to finding out how "Blue" Colorado has become in the near future.

1 comment:

Bike Bubba said...

I know that at my church in Plymouth, all the security guys and a couple of the teachers carry with permission from the pastor. It simply takes a letter from the superintendent to do so legally.