Says schools are soft targets and need to be defended.
Republican State Rep. Mark McCullough of Sapulpa says he will file legislation next session that will allow CLEET-certified teachers and principals to carry guns at school. "We cannot continue to be shackled by politically correct, reflexive, anti-gun sentiment in the face of the obvious-our schools are soft targets," said McCullough. "It is incredibly irresponsible to leave our schools undefended-to allow mad men to kill dozens of innocents when we have a very simple solution available to us to prevent it. I've been considering this proposal for a long time. In light of the savagery on display in Connecticut, I believe it's an idea whose time has some."