The interesting thing is most everyone knew how this man is and has been over the years, but the desire for the local NAALCP for a big fat check did not call for them to turn him down until his bigotry was out in the sunlight.
It is interesting that a person can now be punished for what they say in the privacy of their own home. From what I understand he thinks his words are so profound he has set it up so that all his conversations are recorded.
Just goes to show that even a nutcase can make a fortune in America.
To hate people that have made you hundreds of millions of dollars is just about the dumbest thing ever. How did this guy ever win the first award?
punished for what they say in the privacy of their own home."
Agreed! In a more perfect world, we wouldn't be looking for punishment from government sources, federal, state or local laws and rules. Not even organizational punishment such as that levied by the NBA.
Ideally, what would happen is that when creeps like this guy expose their disgusting underbelly, they would face ostracism by other, more decent people. People who would turn their backs on him and walk away. Players who would demand to be traded to another team. Loss of valuable sponsorships and endorsements, etc.
It is interesting too, that the players many, if not most of them, millionaires in their own right, still buy into the progressive agenda that, because of their race are "victims" of this perverted jerk, and rather than responding like adults, they look to others to "make them whole again".
We will finally have reached maturity in this country when we get to the point where we solve these problems on our own without looking to big brother to wipe our noses for us.
We need to grow up and mature.
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