McQueary shouldn't be allowed on the Penn State campus. I agree that this is mostly his fault and everything could have been fine for JoePa is McQueary did what he was morally obligated to do, go to the police.
Lots of fault to pass around here.
Fox Sports writer Jason Whitlock tweets after the Knicks game last night "some lucky lady in New york is going to be feeling a couple inches of pain tonight"
Hope that was worth the coming suspension.
On April 11, 2007, Whitlock wrote a column in the Kansas City Star, in which he weighed in on the Don Imus/Rutgers Women's Basketball controversy. He expressed his belief that while Imus's comments were deplorable, the real focus for the black community should be to minimize the negative impact of pop culture elements such as gangsta rap.
Whitlock expressed a mainly negative opinion of the actions taken against Imus by the Rev. Jesse Jackson and the Rev. Al Sharpton, saying "It’s an opportunity for [Rutgers coach Vivian Stringer], Jackson and Sharpton to step on victim platforms and elevate themselves and their agenda."
His comments were also featured on several television networks, including CNN, where he was featured alongside Sharpton and accused Jackson and Sharpton of "exploiting these young people, making [...] the problems much bigger than what they should be."
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Reminds me of how a CNN reporter was recently suspended for a tweet, all he said was if you're a man and you're looking forward to the mens underwear commercial (during the super bowl) you're not right.
and I think he said something about another guy in a pink suit, but still nothing really that bad and yet all the <queer activists and whatever get all offended and they may have cost this man his job over nothing.
Society worries too much about liberal everybody loves everybody political correct <bullshit, really takes the humor out of life.