Wednesday, April 11, 2007
There is an unfairness in life and business that allows one person to get away with outrageousness but not another. This is a case. The racist remarks radio broadcaster Don Imus made would have gotten anyone else fired. Imus gets a suspension. Perhaps, public pressure will result in an eventual end to his career. Other broadcasters, however, have been taken off the air permanently for less. It must be comforting to Imus to have a charmed existence. Some people seem immune to the public.