Latest Costas Roundup

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Bob Costas Truth

Note that Bob Costas is high enough profile to elicit outrage from people. The fact is that every tragedy is exploited in this manner by the leaders of the gun control movement. Every time. You can count on it like you can count on the sun coming up. They, of course, take great exception when this is pointed out, because they don’t view their advocacy as being inherently political. They are trying to save lives, and who can argue with that except some evil person?

In other news, it looks like none of the other players on the K.S. Chiefs are blaming guns for this. It’s worth noting that NFL players, as wealthy, high-profile celebrities, have a need for protection that is, in the words of New York’s Sullivan law, “a special need for self-protection distinguishable from that of the general community or of persons engaged in the same profession.” These are people who generally qualify for permits even under standards as strict as those of New York’s.

But remember, it’s the evil gun culture that’s responsible.

5 Responses to “Latest Costas Roundup”

  1. Spade says:

    I’d really like Costas to explain why anybody should really give a damn about the opinion of somebody who couldn’t manage to finish a communications degree.

    I figured all it required was a pulse and brain activity, and that was only for the better schools. And he obviously has a pulse so…oh. I see.

  2. Jack says:

    Careful there.

    According to the progs permits *aren’t* hard to get in New York City let alone NJ or San Fran or Boston

    It’s all just a conspiracy built by the NRA!

    If you want an NYC permit you can just get one.

    • Harold says:

      Hah. Back in the USSR, in the bad old days the Soviets allowed the subject of either Soviet Georgia or its capital to own guns at a significantly higher rate that NYC did then, and I’m sure today.

      That really helped put the city’s (anarcho-)tyranny in perspective.


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