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Bob Costas Continues to Bury Himself Over Anti-Gun Comments

Ken6226 Wrote: Dec 06, 2012 1:56 PM
When I was in college, my liberals professors raved about the Brady Bill. They talked about how it would do so much to reduce crime and violence. The Brady Bill has been the law of the land for almost twenty years now. Are you telling us it's been a failure? If so, then what good would more legislation do?
rhinegarten Wrote: Dec 06, 2012 2:01 PM
That's been the problem ever since the NFA of 1934. One law isn't enough so we need another. After a few years that law isn't enough, so we need another.

Now we have some 20,000 laws nationwide dealing with the regulation of firearms. And we're still being told that's not enough.

When you're in a hole, stop digging. Last night NBC sportscaster Bob Costas made an appearance on the O'Reilly Fact in an effort to clear up any "misunderstanding" about what he said during his anti-gun monologue on Sunday night football in reaction to NFL player Jovan Belcher killing the mother of his child. Yesterday, Costas issued a non-apology for his comments that was full of excuses and one that blamed viewers for misinterpreting what he really meant and said.

"I don't back up on anything I said."