It's the nature of men to protect the young and women, this is undeniable.I'm not discounting the bravery of the women on that horrible day, but men go through life being physically challenged as opposed to women being intellectually challenged.As a man, I would have looked for a way to disarm the kid, then beat the living Hell out of him.There are distinct differences in men and women, one in particular being aggression.
Maybe so.I contend, that any man working in a school, (today), is likely to be metrosexual little lib democrat, that will push the kids out of the way while he's looking for a place to hide. Either that, or a damned child molester.
Funny how times have changed since I went to school, we had more male teachers than female and they were mostly men you could look up to.
I had one or two of those. By high school, most of the men were little lib wimps. We know for a fact that libs have taken the schools. I don't think many of the males are drill instructor types.
I assume Phys-Ed is the exception.
Yep. For the most part.Don't get me wrong. I had a few good male teachers in high school too. But to think they would be capable, while unarmed, to stop a crazed shooter, is just stupid.The conservative writer had a good point to make.............the feminization of US males by the left. But he completely blew it by using the school shootings, and saying that a janitor with a bucket, could have stopped it.It's that kind of dumb shit that only makes the left stronger.
I can't speak for all men, but I would actually look for some kind of weapon to use to stop him, women on the other hand think of the children and getting them to safety, that is how it's always been throughout history.And the author is a woman.
I still disagree with her premise, that the reason for the shootings was because women ran the school.If I had a choice between a male teacher, and a trained and armed woman, I'd bet on the woman.It's easy to sit here and say what we think we would do, but in all likelihood, the shooter would have probably taken out a man first. He started with the authority figures, and moved on from there.If she had attempted to make a point about the absence of male role models, and the attempts by the left to use drugs and coercion to suppress natural male behavior from our young boys, she would have been onto something. But it's an entirely different subject.
All I'll say is that if the principal, whether man or woman, had had a handgun locked up in his/her office and knew how to use it. He/she and quite possibly all of those kids would probably be alive today.