In her column “Ho, Ho, Ho, Merry Imus”, I do not care for Ann Coulter’s lecturing to the American people what she has to say of Don Imus. She should be the one to talk when it comes to hateful things said of others in which she has never apologized for a single utterance coming from her pie-hole.
How dare she lecture Imus when she said, “Imus should apologize to the Rutgers women — and those women alone — send them flowers, and stop kissing Al Sharpton's ring.”
Given today’s environment any celebrity is forced to issue an apology over and over to our own self-satisfaction. We must be damn sure that this person is indeed sorry for the utterances coming out of their mouth. Call it voyeurism if you will. We get our thrill so to speak out of the self-debasement of these individuals. It makes us feel superior is my guess. We puff out our chests thinking we are the moral superiors. One is reminded of that age old saying, “Those in glass houses should not throw stones.”
Yes, Ann, Imus did indeed travel to the Governor’s mansion in New Jersey to hold a private meeting with these admiral young ladies who were deserving of this apology. After being mortally wounded through the firings coming from NBC, MSNBC and CBS, he did apologize.
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