Skip to comments.Vanity: Bob Costas blames guns for Kansas City Chiefs Players Death.
Posted on 12/02/2012 7:10:58 PM PST by ConservativeMan55
Bob Costas little speech he gives at halftime focused on blaming guns for Javon Belcher and his girlfriends death.
Hey Bob would you rather Belcher run her over with a car instead????????
He could have beaten her to death. Easily.
The NFL supports gun control.
gee who would even think these blessed football players with their drugs, their arrogance, their elevated social status where they can do no wrong, plus many of them having feral upbringings...who would have thought one of them might be violent...
If he had run over his girlfriend with his car liberals would want to ban cars..heck don’t they already with those idiotic electric pieces of crap you see people driving around in
but maybe little bobby is right....I sure don’t think feral thugs should have guns....lets start today, in Chicago Heights maybe...
Costas is a bleeding heart LIBERAL arsehole!! f’m!!
If Belcher’s girlfriend had been packing then she maybe could have plugged his mean ass first! Costas can go to hell!
ya thinks the cause of her death might be the alcohol and drugs in belcher.
Mark my words, if Costas life were ever in danger he would be begging for a gun..probably doesn’t need one with all the ARMED security he has around him..yeah Bobby, they are ARMED..maybe he should tell his security team to just carry a fork and spoon instead
This is getting wide play. Costas just jumped the dolphin...
The idiots at NBC prefer a gut knife madman than a firearm madman. One problem NBC. The right to KEEP and BEAR arms is a CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT.
I do believe the government should PAY for this right. What say you BOB?
Even Greg Gutfeld has to look down to see the disgusting leftist midget Bobby Costas.
I figured someone would already have this up.
Turn off your TV and set top box if you’re watching the game. Hit them in the ratings.
And email the NFL.
Contact them here:
Be respectful, but tell them it is entirely inappropriate for their idiot broadcaster to be making political anti-gun diatribes over the dead bodies of a troubled player and his murdered girlfriend.
I just emailed NBS , telling them I turned off the game and WHY! I told them to tell their sponsors why I shut the game off.
Here’s the entire quote:
“Well you knew it was coming. In the aftermath of the nearly unfathomable events in Kansas City, that most mindless of sports clichés was heard yet again: Something like this really puts it all in perspective.
Well, if so, that sort of perspective has a very short shelf life. Since we will inevitably learn about the perspective we have supposedly again regained the next time ugly reality intrudes upon our games.
Please. Those that need tragedies to continually recalibrate their sense of proportions about sports would seem to have little hope of ever truly achieving perspective. You want some actual perspective on this? Well, a bit of it comes from the Kansas City based writer Jason Whitlock, with whom I do not always agree, but who today said it so well, that we may as well just quote, or paraphrase, from the end of his article:
Our current gun culture, Whitlock wrote, ensures that more and more domestic disputes will end in the ultimate tragedy, and that more convenience-store confrontations over loud music coming from a car will leave more teenage boys bloodied and dead Handguns do not enhance our safety. They exacerbate our flaws, tempt us to escalate arguments, and bait us into embracing confrontation rather than avoiding it.
In the coming days, Jovan Belchers actions and their possible connections to football will be analyzed. Who knows? But here, wrote Jason Whitlock, is what I believe: if Jovan Belcher didnt possess a gun, he and Kasandra Perkins would both be alive today.
The second half is next.”
- Bob Costas, 12/2/12 halftime commentary Cowboys/Eagles game, Sunday Night Football, NBC.
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