The Rutgers' basketball team have accepted Imus's apology, but the spineless PC police at CBS and MSNBC still felt they had to be "above it all" and fired him. As I've said before, his comments were ridiculous and completely uncalled for. I thought his show was a train wreck waiting to happen and all he did was parade one liberal after another (Dems are going to regret losing the tons of free media he gave them as he easily had the biggest audience that was liberal slanted, which is why most of them stayed below the radar until after the ax dropped).
If he does get another show somewhere...and he will...it will be interesting to see what he does as nearly all his "friends" stabbed him in the back while conservatives were his strongest defenders. However, the PC police have taken out a high profile figure in order to scare the rest of us straight. Jackson and Sharpton are making major hay. If they were truly so concerned about injustice, they would be holding a press conference at Duke over the gross abuse of power in that case...don't hold your breath b/c they already did a press conference on the "victims" behalf when they were still presuming guilt on the Duke players before trial. Now Sharpton is saying he will go after Rap lyrics as hard as he went after Imus...don't hold your breath on that one.