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Robert Buckner

If he is forced to sell his interest in the Clippers, he should make a huge profit on his investment. The $2.5 million fine is only a drop in the bucket to a billionaire. Sterling may just end up thanking everyone for the favor and wishing he'd said something stupid earlier as he concentrates on his health and age nowadays.

George Croix

I do note that there has not been an uproar to remove from the broader process the Majority Leader of the United States Senate, the Attorney General of the United States, or the President of the United States, all of whom have made racially charged comments, publicly, of their own. Yet, each weighed in against Sterling's comments.
Selective indignation has become the hallmark of our 'fundamentally changed' country. Such stupidities stated by any of them, or anybody else, deserve equal treatment, do they not...?
If not, why not?

Gary Miller

Those you mention get away with what Sterling did because they are progressives and progressives own political correctness. PC is censorship with progressives deciding who or what is or isn't permitted.

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