First read this:
The Sioux Falls School District moves up plans to tighten security at its 35 buildings.
The district had planned to increase security measures within the district over the next few years as it remodeled buildings.
However, school board member Kent Alberty said the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in December was absolutely a catalyst for the district to move on those plans now.
Now read this:
When it comes to beefing up security, Alberty is not a fan of a bill before state lawmakers that would allow teachers and administrators to carry guns.
"I think the legislature isn't using its best judgment if they are spending time talking about, 'What ifs'. I think we need to not over react as a society to the Sandy Hook tragedy and pass laws that are passed on emotion, not on very well thought out, clear-cut, good decision making," Alberty said.
Yes that was said by the same board member who made the first statement and in the same Keloland so-called news clip. We don't hear much about the high level of security at Sandy Hook. Instead we hear the media pushing for expensive security projects that have not reached their utopian levelws of safety. It is only the ideas of returning to traditional constitutional rights that are "not on very well thought out, clear-cut, good decision making".