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It seems that everyone is looking for the cheapest way out of this situation.
Florida lawmakers are calling for the county sheriff's head on a platter for not taking action before and after the massacre.
Some are even labeling sheriff's deputies as cowards for not going into the school building.
To me, it's a bit strange that police were outside while the massacre went on and not one lifted a hand to stop it.
I mean, aren't police officers supposed to respond to disturbances like these? I know it's a dangerous occupation being a cop, but most people who wanted to be a cop knew what they might be getting into.
I too do not think arming teachers is the answer, and screening or scanning every person entering a building would be monumental. At this point, I don't think they should be considering what it's going to cost to make sure kids and teachers are safe, making them safe should be first and foremost.
Another thing that's bothersome to me is why has it taken all of these school shootings to finally get lawmakers talking about gun regulation. People should have been talking and acting on this long ago, and not just standing idly by and watching it happen over and over again.