Bob Costas Launches Angry Tirade Over Auto Ownership!

DALLAS COWBOY charged with intoxication manslaughter… I expect Bob Costas to demand that people surrender their firearms automobiles, because obviously, the death of this young man was facilitated by the other man’s ownership of an automobile – which clearly made him drive drunk. Mr Costas later clarified his position on Car Control saying:

“Here’s where I stand: I do not want to see the Second Amendment car ownership repealed. … People should be allowed to own guns  cars for their own protection convenience. Obviously, those who are hunters drivers … Access to guns cars is too easy in some cases. I don’t see any reason a citizen should be able to arm equip himself in some states in ways only police or military should — to have a virtual militia [by] mail order drunken deathrace [by] order or gun from car shows. Why do you need a semi-automatic transmission weapon vehicle? What possible use is there? … Whitlock wrote about a gun car culture. That’s what I was focusing on.”

While it is sad that this young man ruined his life and ended the life of his friend, I doubt that the intellectual inconsistency of Bob Costas – or any other liberal – will lead them to capitalize on the untimely death of the drunk driver’s victim with such a cynical, thoughtless argument.

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8 Responses to Bob Costas Launches Angry Tirade Over Auto Ownership!

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    Bob Logic: Bob wants a car but not a gun. Since Bob had no need for a gun, nobody has a need for a gun.

  2. Ray Davies says:

    For God’s sake. The safety of the world is at stake. BAN THE WHEEL

  3. Greg says:

    In the United States, tobacco use is responsible for about one in five deaths annually (i.e., about 443,000 deaths per year, and an estimated 49,000 of these smoking-related deaths are the result of secondhand smoke exposure).

    Alien Invasion.

    But leave my GUNS ALONE!

  4. trebor snoyl says:

    We should thank the purveyors and marketers of tobacco. Not only do the taxes on their products fund health and anti-smoking campaigns for children, but also shorten the lives of countless Social Security recipients who are or were smokers, thereby prolonging the solvency of such funds.

  5. notamobster says:

    If we really wanted to declare war on obesity – we could just ban spoons!

  6. BrunDawg says:

    Nota… 🙂
    Only assault spoons.

  7. R.D. Walker says:

    My alcoholic uncle always said his problem was bartenders. Get rid of bartenders and he would be fine.

  8. Rich says:

    Wow! Social Security and solvency of such funds together in one sentence.

    Social Security’s solvency is a huge room full of full-size filing cabinets stuffed with the prettiest lil ole promise to pay notes from the Federal Government, which left those pretty pieces of paper when they took the social security excess funds every year.

    Recently Social Security had to start cashing in some of those pretty notes. And the Federal Government, being broke, had to borrow money to pay them. And that means that one day we will get to pay for them all over again when we pay off of out national debt … if we ever get that far.