OK, Rush may have been right, but rules are rules, and apparently whoever the authoritarians are that run things decided that you cannot express the opinion that the media wants black quarterbacks to do well. Rush got booted out of ESPN for saying that. And apparently there is no such thing as forgiveness in the sports world. Unless...
Unless you electrocute and drown dogs, and slam them to death?
Will someone please explain to me how expressing the opinion that the media wants black quarterbacks to win is worse than such vicious torture?
I think the answer to this question is that the NFL feels that perceived racism even when it is proved to be slanderous lies is far worse then drowning and slamming to death a couple of dogs. I mean there are supposed to be quite a few dog fighting enthusiasts that played in the NFL in the last couple of years. In other words in the world of the NFL animal torture can be forgiven but perceived racism even when it is unfounded is not tolerated in any way shape or form.