Monday, June 11, 2007

What's good for the I-Man ...

Imus fans, unite.

Al Roker, NBC personality, was a harsh critic of Don Imus in April, as is his right.

Apparently, Mr. Roker is a ‘do as I say, not as I do’ kind of guy.

As this link will show, he made a tasteless comment about epileptics, and has since apologized.

Perhaps Mr. Roker should be subject to the same criticism as Mr. Imus:

What he said was vile and disgusting. It denigrated {everyone afflicted by epilepsy} and by extension, a community and its pride in a group that had {dealt with this illness}.

Sound familiar Al?

Let’s let NBC know where we stand on Mr. Roker’s attempt at humor. If he stays on-air, so should Mr. Imus.




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