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I've been a fan for years (as long as Imus was on MSNBC) and since his firing I have not watched MSNBC and avoided
CBS too. Firing Imus was not only ridiculous but also a bad business move.
Do you know how many products I've tried, music I've bought, causes I've gotten involved in because I heard about it as a topic of discussion on Imus????? Too bad some of the big businesses withdrew their support - I am now boycotting them as well.
This man and his show was funny and informative. I hope a strong, brave network will bring him and his entire crew back. As a professional white, southern, educated female I was not offended AT ALL by his comments - at least the
show insulted people on an equal basis. All I can ask is -- What the *(&*&* happened??????????
Shame, shame, shame CBS and MSNBC. This leaves a big hole in my morning "getting ready to go to work and pay taxes" in this free speech country --- I'm not happy. Al Sharpton, one of the the most racist men I know, has the nerve to
condemn someone over one comment when he has made a career out of attacking whites verbally and usually ends up wrong - he, of course, doesn't apologize. Who decides what is offensive?? Shouldn't I have a choice about what I watch?
If you don't like Don Imus - don't watch him. I hope he ends up back on TV but I bought a satellite radio just in case.
Bring Him Back !!!!!! I also hope he sues and wins BIG.