There are a few smart people in California.
UC Davis Student Challenges Gun Control On Campus
By: Dennis Shanahan
January 21, 2009
DAVIS - To some observers, incidents like the Virginia Tech shooting of 2007 prove the need for tighter gun control. But to a growing group of students, such tragedies show that people on college campuses should be allowed to arm themselves for protection against school shooters. UC Davis psychology major Brendan Chan says such protection is "crucial in the minute or so that it takes police officers to respond." Chan is forming a local chapter of Students for Concealed Carry on Campus, a national organization lobbying for change in campus gun regulations.
"Psychologically sound individuals are very unlikely to snap," Chan told FOX40 Tuesday night. "And this is even less of a worry considering that California State law requires a psychological evaluation before they can give you the concealed carry license."
FOX40 surveyed students at random on campus, and found no support for the idea. But Chan says he has signed ten members to his local chapter so far, and received several emails from interested students after a story about his effort rain in Tuesday's edition of The California Aggie campus newspaper.
Currently, California law prohibits firearms on all campuses.
I didn't cut'n'paste the comments, but, as of this moment, they are 100% on the proper side.