I think almost every public space that has hundreds of people should have armed security. Movie theaters, schools, malls, restaurant parks, etc. Most places that are considered "gun free zones" don't even advertise that. For example, there is a mall near me that if you search their website you will find one line in the guidelines that says, "Firearms restricted on mall property." Does anybody actually read that? Does anybody care? If you carried a concealed weapon in the mall, nobody would know. If anybody found out, you'd only be breaking mall rules and be asked to leave. I really think the whole "gun free zones" thing is overplayed in a way. I can't imagine that anybody with a concealed weapon permit is looking through a movie theater's website to find out if they allow weapons on property. The weapon is concealed for a reason. I think part of the problem is that most politicians are put in a situation where grandstanding is their only option. I'd like to see this guy debate this topic with somebody who is not an imbecile from the Democratic party (however hard that will be to find), to discuss real ways to address the issues. But I think it will be hard to find a Democrat who is willing to be honest and not pander to the more anti-gun base, and it will be hard to find a Republican who is willing to be honest and not pander to the pro-gun base.