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Officials: Alabama boy safe, abductor dead after weeklong standoff (+video)

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  • freedomingood provo, Utah
    Feb. 5, 2013 5:59 a.m.

    DT is proof that the attitude Dyke had isn't all that rare. It's the same personality type that can't think of any other solutions than to kill someone with a gun.

    That's what gets people killed. There are a million other ways to deal with your problems and the nation's problems than for everyone to have a gun and ready to shoot first and ponder later.

  • Blue Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 4, 2013 5:25 p.m.

    DT,

    You're saying that now you guys want school bus drivers to pack heat? Because you're fantasizing about threats from Islamic terrorists?

    Good grief.

    News flash for you: Chuck Norris movies aren't documentaries; they're make-believe.

  • DistantThunder Vincentown, NJ
    Feb. 4, 2013 4:37 p.m.

    Great outcome. Sad to say that the poor bus driver was rendered completely helpless by the state, and was unable to protect the children in his charge. I'm not sure how he qualifies as a hero. A real hero would have shot the monster as soon as he brandished a firearm on the school bus. Al Queda has identified school buses as potential targets in waging asymmetrical jihad. If jihadists are studying this scenario, it looks like it was effective as a terror tactic.