How did he know he was nappy headed?
Yes, and "ho" is not in itself racist, and nappy hair applies to all colors. Truth is he did not actually say anything racist. It was all in the context. And, he said the Tennessee players were all "cute", etc. They are also black with a couple of exceptions. Imus was insulting and a jerk for commenting like that about hard working college kids. When Chris Rock calls me a "cracker" on every HBO special he gets paid millions to do, that's racist.
I was watching Matt "Hair in a can" Lauer this morning reporting that Don Ho died over the weekend. Al Sharpton called for his immediate firing.
Stevie can "look" back?
Well, I think Imus's "Kids Cancer Ranch" is a crock - did ya'll read the financial analysis on that little scheme? He's got some bad karma, and now he's getting his payback. It's right up there with Rush's drug problem, that preacher's airplane, blah, blah, blah..... It's all ludicrous.
Imus made a stupid mistake and is paying for it, and he won't have it paid off for a long time, if ever.Every other major talkshow host would have known better than to make such a comment, and -- to paraphrase Vincent Vega -- Imus should have better known better.Unfortunately, Imus got caught in the pitcher plant of political correctness, where any mention of race is labeled "racist," mention of distinctions between the genders is labeled "sexist," and not celebrating homosexuality is labeled "homophobic."And you Libs accuse Bush of chipping away at our liberties, while the PC police are hacking away with machetes.
How come no one mentions anything about anything that happened to the other guy on Imus' show that called them "Ho's" too? He said it first and his comments seemed just as damaging as Imus'.
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