On average, about 22 people die in school shootings per year in the US. As far as I know there hasn't been a single terrorist attack against a US school. But sure, putting a soldier in each of the well over 100,000 schools in the country sounds like a great idea and not at all like something born out of extreme paranoia. And I'm sure those >100,000 soldiers will stop those not-quite-two-dozen deaths a year since the soldiers are bound to always be at the exact right place at the exact right time and stop any attack.
Now let's put a positive spin on this retarded idea so we can waste the tax-payers' money (not only on the worthless project itself, but also on the marketing for it) without getting too many complaints.