Guillen back in Marlins dugout after suspension

Return To Article
Add a comment
  • yankees27 Heber, Utah
    April 17, 2012 5:16 p.m.

    I personally feel that his comments were taken a out of context and sensationalized by the media to make for a good headline. I'm sick and tired of all the PC stuff in this country and how you can't even make innocent comments anymore without having a group come out and demand an apology. Ya, I get that Castro is considered a tyrant, but think about what Ozzie was trying to say, that it's amazing that the guy is still in power. You would think that someone so hated by so many would have been dealt with long ago. Maybe he isn't up to Saddam or Quadafi standards of hatred? The Cubans that fled and swam to our shores have the right to hate their former leader, but it amazes me that the reason they came here (freedom, presumably) is also the one that gives Ozzie the right to speak his mind. I don't care if he is considered a public figure, he has that right.