Bob Costas’ Commentary Out Of Bounds

images As I sat watching the half-time show during the game on Sunday night I couldn’t believe what I was listening to much less watching as Bob Costas gave the American viewing public a lecture on gun control and without being original in his own words but using the words of a newspaper writer.

This the same Costas who has far passed his hay day of being a shining sportscaster, one only has to remember his lackluster performance during this year’s Summer Olympics, had decided to turn tragedy into a Liberal view civics lesson on American Society and guns.

Mike Huckabee, who this writer is not a big fan of, did put it right when he said on his radio program Monday, “Costas should go work for MSNBC” when it comes to giving a lecture on gun control.

There is a time and place for such commentary such as on Costas’ show or as a mouthpiece on the new NBC Sports Network, but during half-time of a football game is neither the time nor place to do so.

Many years ago what Edward R. Murrow said is as timely today as it was then, “Just because your voice reaches halfway around the world doesn’t mean you are wiser than when it reached only to the end of the bar”.

Sunday night Bob Costas shouldn’t have bellied up to the bar.

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The Political Election Process Is Broke And Needs To Be Fixed Now

Here we are again on another Election Day this time with a flashback to the 2000 election when at the end of the day we did not know who would be elected President.

Prior to that election of Bush v Gore not many folks knew of the Electoral College much less understood it.

To call that election a debacle no matter who you voted for is an understatement.

And here we are again with some polls showing a virtual tie between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, we could very well be looking at a long night if not days on end of not knowing who won the election.

Things have to change. This election process of ours has become not only a disservice to the candidates but more importantly to the voters.

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