As a huge Paula Deen fan, I agree with the Food Network's decision, but
with sorrow. I hope Paula finds a way forward and a path to forgiveness for her
mistakes. "Let the person among you who is without sin be the first to
throw a stone at her."
If she is being fired for words she said 20 years ago, then let it go. If it
was in the last year or two, yes, she should be fired. I just wish they would
fire everyone who uses the fat word.
But Daniel, isn't her "Mistake" that of throwing stones?
Two More Words: Political Correctness
Oh that Lawrence O'Donnell and Cokie Roberts got the same treatment when
they made hateful statements, but MSNBC and NPR have stood up for them.PC is selective.
@iampatriot So the.n you won't complain when I atart cursing In
the store in front of your kids right?
If anyone ever said the n word, they should be fired from their job and never
have future employment.
spicey,Lighten up, its just using a bad word.