FINAL REPORT OF THE SANDY HOOK ADVISORY COMMISSION.

The report is finally out and it is a masterpiece of wishful thinking. They have previously stated that the report dos not cares for constitutionality and from what brief reading I gave it, they don’t care about how much it will cost all the stuff they want.

They cover school construction (imagine pretty much everything they may have found in the internet, movies and military fortifications. As for the gun part, let’s say that is filled with all the goodies Gun Control wants plus some.

I have no idea how much this Commission cost the taxpayers, but looks like wasted money.

6 Replies to “FINAL REPORT OF THE SANDY HOOK ADVISORY COMMISSION.”

  1. “All classroom doors shall be lockable from the inside without
    requiring lock activation from the hallway, and door locks shall be tamper
    resistant.”

    Just this one item would have saved at least 20+ lives. Remember, one janitor assigned to lock ALL the school classroom doors.

    Page 63 – “Gun Violence Reduction Strategies” (or as I would say, Violence when a gun is used.” at least the author of this section recognizes it is the individual and not “the gun” as the variable.




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      1. Current ANSI Function 70 “Classroom” does require that the door can only be locked from the outside (can always be opened from inside). Teachers should have keys to there own rooms, so there is no reason not to have a storeroom type function (always locked from outside, always can be opened from inside) and teachers can prop the door open between classes.

        I also would also mandate a secondary / fire exit direct to the exterior of the building (at a minimum an operable window) as an alternate route out should the primary be blocked by whatever.

        Didn’t read the report, but I am looking at this one aspect as revising current building code to meet current issues.




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  2. Well they openly recommend throwing the constitution out a window , forming a soviet collective , making the school into a prison, disarming the slaves, forming a “two tier” legal system, with all the “rights” for them and none for the slaves, making the children property of the soviet and What? No Emperor? Oh that would be his Lord and Hindend the Grubinor. Should we start shooting NOW? Or should we wait till the barb wire go’s up , we’ve been disarmed , and they install the ovens?




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    1. Personally, I vote for start the shooting now. The reason for this commission in the first place is to try and get some of the egg off of the Governors face. They passed the law that if you own a “assault weapon” or a standard capacity magazine it has to be registered with the state. Over 80% of the owners gave the state the big FU. So the best he can do is have this fancy commission come to the conclusion that guns are bad.

      It’s been 2 years since they passed that law and not one non-compliant gun owner has been arrested. Even though the liberal press has been demanding that the confiscations begin. The state police, to their credit, hasn’t started anything yet because they know it could turn into a shooting match.




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  3. another government study that will be lauded for it incredible thoroughness and care by the most intelligent people to ever put pen to paper and in three months it will have a quarter inch of dust on the cover, rejected by the finance committee. then they will put a cop w a gun in the school.




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