Why Do People Watch Extremely Stupid Television Announcers?

‘Real News’: Bob Costas’ Sunday Night Football Gun Remarks Ignite Controversy | Video | TheBlaze.com.

The commentary surrounding Kansas City Chiefs player, Jovan Belcher,  killing the mother of his 3 month old child, and later killing himself, has saturated the popular media.

Bob Costas, a tenured, leftist, NBC sports announcer, gained further favor with his bosses by reciting the words of a fellow leftist, Jason Whitlock,  on the air:

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 Belcher’s actions and their possible connection to football will be analyzed. Who knows? But here, wrote Jason Whitlock, is what I believe: If Jovan Belcher didn’t possess a gun, he and Kasandra Perkins would both be alive today.”

Perhaps some people would not have the mental energy to call up another murder/suicide  (Fri 11/30/12)  which made national news over the weekend. The following is from the AP, describing a murder at Wyoming Community College in Casper.

…”police were trying to figure out what motivated Christopher Krumm to attack his father and his father’s girlfriend, 42-year-old Heidi Arnold, a math instructor at the college. Arnold was found stabbed to death in front of the home she shared with James Krumm.”

“After shooting his father with the arrow, Christopher Krumm stabbed himself, then fatally stabbed his father in the chest in a struggle in the classroom, Walsh said.”

“Police arrived to find James Krumm dead and Christopher Krumm barely living. The younger Krumm died soon after students fled in a panic.”

Wyoming attack: Man killed father with bow, then stabbed himself. – Denver Post.

What was Costas/Whitlock saying about guns being necessary for murder/suicide?

Please also note that the highest murder rates, and  America’s most recent and notable massacres, have occurred in locations with the most stringent gun restrictions: VA Tech, Columbine, Aurora, Ft. Hood.  Chicago has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the nation, and it’s a  war-zone.

Roger Ebert: Too Tired to Notice Batman was Screened in Gun-Free Zone.

Ebert: Gun-Free Theater Proves Concealed Carry Doesn’t Work.

Breitbart author, Warner Todd Huston, chides movie critic Roger Ebert for a sloppy conclusion that U.S. gun regulations are insane.  Specifically Ebert stated  that the legal  recognition of concealed carry rights is flawed because no one shot back at the perpetrator of the Batman massacre.   A decade of significant health problems, as well as a life among the leftie “intelligentsia” might have worn down Mr. Ebert’s energy for his primary livlihood as a writer and critic.

Huston finishes the job for Ebert as he  points out that the Cinemark Century Theaters, which own the venue at which the  massacre occurred, forbids firearms at their movie theaters.   In other words,  their customers, like those at any other gun-free zones, such as Columbine High School, and Virginia Tech, could be recognized  as easy targets for criminal violence.  James Holmes would have chosen  such a place for gaining personal notoriety, and for assurance that he wouldn’t suffer return fire.


ABC Attempted to Pin Batman Massacre on Tea Party

Blame game starts in Colorado shootings | Video | TheBlaze.com.

ABC’s Good Morning America attempted to pin the Batman shootings in Colorado on James Holmes found on the Aurora Colorado Tea Party Site.   That individual is twice the age of the massacre suspect.

Pharmer wishes to return the favor. She wonders if the 24 year old James Holmes,  who is the actual suspect, obtained his firearm from the Fast and Furious disbursement, or some similar government effort to purposely place arms in the hands of crazy people, for the purpose of obtaining support for gun control.

Pharmer notes  that the Aurora Colorado location,  is very close to the Columbine massacre, giving it enhanced historical significance.

Pharmer also notes the  previous suggestions that  Batman was timed to be released for political reasons as it had a similarly named bogeyman as the investment company which Romney led, and  onto which Obama has projected myriad social  evils.  Is there a purposeful effort to cement said association in people’s minds?

Pro-lifers understand that Obama is quite capable of endorsing gratuitous killing,  in the form of abortion, infanticide, as well as the death panels of his health care plan.   He also is known for bragging about personally choosing who is to be killed next  in armed forces or drone operations. Our president has sucked all meaning out of the Nobel Peace Prize.

Obama’s attorney general Eric Holder is known for his connection to the disbursement of firearms to the drug cartels in Mexico, resulting in hundreds of  killings.   The purpose was to incite crimes in order to obtain the sentiment for gun control. Obama cites executive privilege in his coverup of  this Fast and Furious operation.

It is not difficult to believe that guns and explosives could have been supplied to the latest crazy killer, hoping for a new disaster, and to make a gullible  voter base  blame the killings on inanimate objects. Taking into consideration Obama’s past records, dealings and statements, arming a crazy man to sway public sentiment with a mass killing is not outside of his capabilities.

It’s “Tit for Tat”  to the mainstream media: Pharmer thinks they  are assisting Obama’s latest reelection effort, and will do it again.

Prayers for the Batman Massacre  victims and their families, and hopes that  the killer, and others who might  be involved, are brought to justice.