I believe that Don Imus made a remark that he thought was entertaining and after South Park, who wouldn't?
What is really bothering me is how the black people are making every comment or action a legal issue on racism. And what takes it a step further into a greater realm of frustration is Al Sharpton entering into the picture.
Here is a messenger of God, sent to deliver the words of love and peace. Given millions of dollars by the people to lead and guide them in a godly way. One would think that this would be the perfect time to set the example for forgiveness. Especially since Don Imus went public with his apology. He sincerely apologized for offending all who were offended and was rejected by this "almighty preacher" who sent the message to all of his followers not to let this die without punishment, thus resulting in the termination of Imus' job.
I am sickened by the fact that this man is wealthy due to his position as a "man of God" and cannot fight for the right to be forgiven. I also believe that had it been a black DJ who had made a racial remark about white people, forgiveness would be on the lips of this preacher for all to hear, "in the name of God".
Now, some of the team members are claiming that they have suffered damages to their emotional well being over this stupid comment. Come on! Like it's been said, "There are so many Afro Americans making so many rude and disgusting remarks against each other, whether it be in song or theater and those are considered humorous to the blacks". They can laugh and give high five's over the most terrible of remarks made to eachother, but give a white guy a black joke and you have a law suit for racism. A riot with Al Sharpton inciting the riot.
My message is more about my disgust with Al Sharpton as he is once again inciting a riot Jena.