Posts Tagged ‘apology’

Surely he should have known better than to say something that would inflame the justifiably sensitive and politically powerful Cuban-American community of Miami, many of whom were refugees, or whose parents and other relatives risked their lives to flee Castro’s repressive communist regime.

How could Guillen say anything that sounds even remotely supportive of one of America’s foremost political enemies? But say it he did. And he’ll have to live with it.

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No Apology Necessary

Posted: 25th September 2009 by DavidBurnett in Basketball, Coaches, Racism
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University of Tennessee men’s basketball coach Bruce Pearl is funnier than most coaches. But one of his recent jokes fell victim to political correctness. Resulting in a quick but perhaps unnecessary apology. The other day Pearl, with perfect comics timing, joked about how he deals with the various cultures of the players he coaches. “I’ve […]

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