“I’m a Dead Sandy Hook Teacher”


I want to tell you about my recent death. I will be brief, because I know there are many other stories to be told about my tragic day. I hope that my death brings about the the type of conversation that will help to prevent more unnecessary deaths of teachers and children, or of any persons caught in similar circumstances.

I was a normal person. I liked many of the things that you like. But mostly I loved my children and I loved teaching them. That is what I was doing four days ago on the day that I died, when a man out of his mind attacked us in our sanctuary.

I am sure you already know most of the story, so I won’t reopen that wound if I can avoid it. However, the part that you may not know about, and never hear about is the fact that I was prevented from protecting myself and my children. That’s right, the school board, the state, and the federal government told all teachers including me, that so long as we were on school grounds that we could not defend ourselves against a deranged person, hell bent on killing us.”

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7 Responses to “I’m a Dead Sandy Hook Teacher”

  1. BigJimTX says:

    Very long but worth the read. His comments to the comments page at the bottom is good too.

  2. Rockheim says:

    My initial thoughts were that he was taking advantage of tragedy. Everything he said was absolutely correct. But the choice of delivery bothered me.
    Then I followed the link to his response to the responses. And he was still right. It wasn’t even 24hrs before every bleeding heart liberal was screaming into any camera about gun control. He was right. They did the same thing. But they get a pass for it.
    Funny how that works.

  3. Uke says:

    That was both outstanding and touching. I wish more would read this piece. Bravo, to the author. I was moved.

  4. Tony says:

    I agree with the expressed thought but I have mixed emotions about the method of presentation.

    • notamobster says:

      I didn’t read this. I don’t ever read these types of works, because they take entirely too much artistic license with emotional and divisive issues. What would or could this person have said – if given the chance. We just don’t know.

      I don’t like putting words into dead people’s mouths to make a point. While the author may make many valid points, could not the same points be made without taking advantage of the situation? Present a logical argument, substantiate it with facts & reason. Leave the emotional stuff to the liberals.

      • Uke says:

        It was simply a creative way of presenting their argument, IMO. Bare facts and statistics are everywhere. There’s no harm in attempting to personalize issues for our intended audience.

        In fact, I’d argue we (not the Revo specifically, but the entire right) probably have to do more of it. We can take away the advantage the left has in that department, and we don’t need to abandon truth in doing so.

  5. BaconNeggs says:

    I didnt read it all, its way too long and way over the top taking a huge license, by using a dead persons voice to make their own over elaborate point.

    The simple issue remains that same, …the freedom to defend oneself and family.

    Fine, I get that “Liberals” are scared of firearms so… lets cater for them. They can attend public and private events with no armed security what so ever. Just post huge neon signs stating this is a “gun-free zone”.

    Others like the “paranoid gun toting right-wing nut-jobs” should like-wise be allowed their natural right to defend self and family and have either armed guards or conceal carry firearms and allowed to send their kids to public or private event where such security is offered.

    I have a feeling that just like many who liberal hypocrites who dont believe in the Catholic Church, but like the strict discipline and higher academic standards, and so do all they can to send their kids to Catholic schools, they will be lining up and doing their damnest to get their kids into a school that offers armed security.