…that Jovan Belcher’s girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins, should have had her own gun in her dead cold hands, according to Wayne LaPierre (NRA cheerleader), who accused Bob Costas of using the tragic shooting to “spew [his social agenda] all over America” and insisted crime would be reduced if more Americans owned guns.
No matter what the problem is, in Wayne LaPierre’s America, the answer is more guns. Talking about gun laws after a shoot-em-up tragedy is politicizing the problem, according to Wingnuttia. But if talking about it after it happens is wrong, then when is the right time? If talking about a Football Star (and not the first, eh OJ?) murdering his girlfriend with a gun and then killing himself is not appropriate while covering a football game, then when is it?