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cowboy1964
12-06-2012, 00:00
What an uninformed little dweeb.

He wants to talk about the gun culture instead of the real problem: the thug culture.

Given the choice of having or not having a gun in an active theater shooting he would prefer to just lay down and die. Because if people had guns in theaters there would be people getting shot just for stepping on someone's toes, don't ya know.

You can buy automatic weapons without background checks.

On and on.

Liberal little uninformed peepsqueek.

71Commander
12-06-2012, 04:37
http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/oreilly/index.html#/v/2014262297001/bob-costas-explains-gun-culture-comments/?playlist_id=86923

Lowjiber
12-06-2012, 05:04
Sheep

jeanderson
12-06-2012, 05:45
Costas used the term "gun culture" to describe what his screed was all about. What he meant was "black gun culture", which he alluded to when he mentioned inner city neighborhoods and rap - for which I'm sure some liberal blogger somewhere today will pickup on and label him a racist.

On another note, I was very pleased to see O'Reilly actually come down hard on the side of gun owners, saying people have a right to have a gun for protection, and that it was put into the constitution for the protection of the people from a tyrannical government. Good job Bill!

GAFinch
12-06-2012, 06:53
On another note, I was very pleased to see O'Reilly actually come down hard on the side of gun owners, saying people have a right to have a gun for protection, and that it was put into the constitution for the protection of the people from a tyrannical government. Good job Bill!

He's been openly saying that Democrats are bringing Euro socialism here since before the election, much more than anyone else on Fox, including Hannity. Even though he's overall fairly moderate, this seems to be really bothering him. He knows that they're playing a familiar play book and that this gun control talk is very deliberate.

series1811
12-06-2012, 07:19
Liberals hate Fox News and this is a reason why.

Anybody see any other networks calling Costas on the carpet for his idiotic remarks?

Nope, didn't think so. Because, they think he was right.

HoldHard
12-06-2012, 07:30
If Costas is on any television program, the channel is changed.

You can't fix stupid but you don't have to listen to it.

HH

maxsnafu
12-06-2012, 07:54
Bob Costas Gives a Gun Control Sermon - YouTube

snerd
12-06-2012, 09:13
........ Even though he's overall fairly moderate......
Being moderate means middle of the road. You'll get run over there! Being moderate is the reason things have gotten so far away from the Framers intentions. I have no time for moderates or centrists. You can bet your sweet arse that those in power, and the progressives in general, are extremely radical in their views and policy making. They're kicking *** and taking names, while the "reasonable" moderates and centrists are sitting on the sidelines, crying like little girlie-men.

marchboom
12-06-2012, 12:56
Is Costas the new poster boy for gun control?

I think he dug himself deeper into the hole he dug during the football game.

He should admit that he's a wimp (he displayed this trait on O'Reilly's show) and is hiding behind the football image to make himself look like a man. :supergrin:

If anything illustrates violence, it's football. Because I don't care for football, I think it should be banned. You know, to make America a less violent country.

Tango 1Zero
12-06-2012, 13:04
I saw some of it. He lives in a false reallity, and hes a puss.............

TheExplorer
12-06-2012, 13:08
I dont think people pay attention to any of the words coming out of his mouth other than ""scores", "foul", "penalty", etc. At least I know I don't.

DonGlock26
12-06-2012, 15:27
Hey, Bob, have you heard of steroid abuse in the NFL?

hogship
12-06-2012, 19:01
On another note, I was very pleased to see O'Reilly actually come down hard on the side of gun owners, saying people have a right to have a gun for protection, and that it was put into the constitution for the protection of the people from a tyrannical government. Good job Bill!

Bill O'Reilly actually said this? ^^^^^

Well, this just shows that he can change his mind on the gun control he was advocating in the 90's.......

Congratulations to him.........:supergrin:

ooc

IvanVic
12-06-2012, 19:07
Costas contradicted himself over and over. He's supposedly against more control, yet he went on to say that we need more gun control.


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Paul7
12-07-2012, 13:58
Pretty sure Bob doesn't have any guns.