“The alternative argument is that the guns are there anyway. Well, they may be, they probably are, I don’t doubt it, but this somehow makes it — I don’t know. It’s a complicated subject. It’s a complicated set of feelings. I know that my son has taken steps to learn how to safely handle firearms, and I’m comfortable with that. I think that’s an important life skill, so I don’t worry about him . . .
“But it’s that kid that can’t handle the pressure that’s using drugs or alcohol to mask whatever problems, or whatever situation erupts because of the pressure they’re under. Yeah, I worry about that.” – Republican Kansas State Rep. Melissa Rooker in Kansas opponents of guns on campus plan fresh fight against law ahead of 2017 implementation [via cjonline.com]