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Rush Limbaugh: I don’t blame Bob Costas, I blame the microphone

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A clever monologue by Rush Limbaugh today on the aftermath of the social commentary by Bob Costas on Sunday Night Football


 

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  1. Dadof3

    December 5th, 2012

    That would be a great question to ask him on air for millions to see his reaction to such a ludicrous idea as blaming an object for your own actions.

    If only that mic wasn’t there we wouldn’t have heard his idiocy.

    Personally, I’m blaming his Mom and Dad. My sons, the cop included, surely don’t think like him.

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  2. norman einstein

    December 5th, 2012

    Brilliant!
    This is why Rush is da MAN.

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  3. Ya sure

    December 5th, 2012

    But that is true!
    If it weren’t for that microphone no one would have heard Costas’ bullcrap, and he wouldn’t have to be telling us now that calls for his resignation are absurd.

    Can’t we all just get along? Am I right Bob?

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  4. Callmelennie

    December 5th, 2012

    My take on all this

    First, your run of the mill starting NFL linebacker doesn’t need a gun to kill a woman, or even a knife. His bare hands will get the job done in about thirty seconds.

    Second, you also don’t need a gun to commit suicide. Overdosing on pills also does the job quite nicely, without the mess.

    Finally, I don’t see the need to regulate anything that removes a POS who would kill a woman after cheating on her from the ranks of the living. I think that’s more of an argument for gun expansion laws

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  5. eternal ¼ cracker p

    December 5th, 2012

    Just as Moose states FOOD leads to obesity problems. The kids who eat the food are victims. Bad food.

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  6. norman einstein

    December 5th, 2012

    Now shit-for-brains Costas is backpeddling…
    he says it’s the dumb audience’s fault for not properly interpreting what he meant!

    “Maybe I gave the audience too much credit…”
    “My mistake there was that I left it open to too much misinterpretation.”
    Washington Examiner link:
    http://tinyurl.com/bbhh7l9

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  7. Stirrin the B.S.

    December 5th, 2012

    More backpedaling from Crapass, explaining that he just had so many related issues that he wanted to convey, and that he knew that the SNF halftime wasn’t the right setting – due to time constraints – in which to voice his opinion. But he had to get it out because of the Belcher incident.

    The latest bullshit spin:

    “…So, I’m thinking I can’t address all of the possible aspects of this. Domestic violence; the possibility of athletes, especially athletes who play a violent sport are more prone to domestic violence than people the same age elsewhere in society. The possible connection between football and this particular tragedy. We know that football is connected, and it’s effects are connected to other situations. We don’t know yet whether it’s connected to Belcher, but that’s certainly a question that could be asked. The easy availability of guns is another…..”

    The last sentence is the only truth in that quote. He said exactly what he meant to say, which was the ONLY thing that he wanted to say.

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  8. Chris Cassone

    December 5th, 2012

    Costas speaks out for the Munich massacre snub last Olympics. What a two-faced hypocrite. I guess it was the guns’ fault that the Israeli athletes were shot. This little weasel is drunk with the power of his microphone.

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  9. Stranded in Sonoma

    December 5th, 2012

    So according to Costas, Hitler is exonerated and the gas chamber is to blame.

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