The notion of putting guns in the hands of teachers and other school personnel as a means to fight gun violence is quickly gaining traction across the country. The idea of fighting the danger of guns in schools by putting even more guns in schools by arming the staff members provides a blueprint that we can use to work to solve all of the problems plaguing American schools today.
Many different methods have been tried in schools to try to battle the dilemma of teenagers engaging in sex and and young girls getting pregnant as a result. Increasing sex education, decreasing sex education, distributing condoms, and teaching abstinence-only practices have all been tried and failed to make a significant difference. Now, the fight guns with guns method tells us that the solution is to fight sex and pregnancy with sex and pregnancy. We need to get teachers more sexually active and pregnant on a more regular basis to combat this problem among our teens.
But if we wait until high school to start this practice, we will be too late. As children are becoming more sexually active at younger ages, it’s evidence that teachers at all levels must be engaging in sex more and more often to fight this epidemic. Fight Sex With Sex posters need to be posted in teacher lounges everywhere!
The problem with substance abuse in our schools has also been a constantly growing problem, even in the face of programs such as D.A.R.E. and Nancy Reagan’s “Just Say No” campaign. With the fight guns with guns model as our guide, we can eradicate this problem among our children once and for all. Fight Drugs with Drugs or Fight Alcohol with Alcohol calls for us to supply our teachers with enough drug and alcohol to put outside suppliers out of business. When we start to require our teachers to hit the bong between classes and finish a pint or two with lunch, the nation’s students will clearly benefit. If we have learned anything this week, it’s that we must fight fire with fire by getting our educators completely wasted while providing the principal with enough extra pills and pot to supply all students and staff within the safety of the school building walls that will now be protected by more firepower than the county sheriff’s office. We can put those neighborhood dealers out of business for good!
By adopting a change that is so obvious I can’t believe the conservative GOP hasn’t suggested it before, we can fight the scourge of homosexuality among today’s youth by copying the fight guns with guns model and hiring only gay or lesbian adults to work in our schools. This policy will be aptly named Fight Gays with Gays. Honestly, what else can we say about this one? It practically writes itself, hiring laws be damned.
Fight Poverty with Poverty is the obvious theme of working to eliminate the problem of having so many of America’s students living with daily hunger and needing resources that so many elected officials take for granted (i.e., money, food, clothing, consistent shelter, etc.). The solution here is obvious — reduce the income and benefits of all school employees to a figure below the poverty line. Interestingly enough, this particular method has been in practice throughout the United States and seemingly has had the opposite effect on poverty among those areas that have implemented it. You may know this policy by its more common name — Right to Work.
These are only a few of the obvious policy changes that we should expect to see proposed by supporters of the Fight Guns with Guns ideas sweeping the country today. After these policies are fully implemented, the model American teacher will be a hungry, gun-toting, promiscuous, drunk (or stoned & 2x as hungry) homosexual wearing second-hand clothes and eating a free lunch.
And somehow our children will end up being none of those things.
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