Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Romney assails Sharpton's comments about Mormons, says could be considered 'bigoted comment'

Rev. Al stepped in it again. He can try to spin out of this, but the truth is, Al Sharpton is a bigoted opportunist. He clearly uses race as a way to get publicity for himself, but when it comes to his own beliefs, he's no better than Imus.

Well, maybe Imus is better - he's not a hypocrite to boot.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Stephen Hopkins said...

Race, and now religion.

I'm no Mitt Romney fan - in my opinion as a long-time resident of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, he was, at best, a mediocre governor - but certainly he doesn't deserve this.

Clearly, Rev. Al shoots from the lip, and then tries to weasel his way out of it. Why the man still commands any serious following is utterly beyond me.

4:16 PM  
Blogger Sturgeon's Lawyer said...

As far as I'm concerned, a Republican guvnor who gets even a semirealistic health care program going (as opposed to the insanity Das Gubernator has proposed) is better than most of the candidates on the slate today.

As for Sharpton ... the less said, the better. We're feeding the energy monster by talking about it.

10:11 AM  
Blogger Lou Schwing said...

It took a firestorm of protest to unseat Imus. It's going to take a similar amount of outrage to get Sharpton to change.

I particularly like his new explanation of what he was attempting to say. He said was contrasting himself with Christopher Hitchens, the atheist author he was debating. Oh, I get it now! He wasn't insulting the Mormon - he was insulting the Atheist! That's makes is so much better.

10:24 AM  

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