Another week, another ESPN reporter sticks foot in mouth

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Is it just me, or do sports broadcasters (or in the case of Don Imus, speaking of sports) seem more prone to these idiotic remarks?

While it's true that:

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Obviously, Hanania is completely correct that Bernstein made an inappropriate comparison there. In fact, Bernstein seemed to realize the comparison she was making was inappropriate, which is why she hedged her comments "I'm not making the comparison," even though that was exactly what she was doing.

I do understand the comparison she was trying to make, but I'm sure she could a picked a much better, and not as obviously offensive way to do it. She knew she was stepping in it as she was saying it, at that point, just let it go.

She does get points for being much hotter than Imus, though.

Wow. We're like 2 weeks away from a South Park style, "I haven't seen a Jewish kid run like that since Poland 1938," aren't we?

JoeBedurndurn wrote:

Wow. We're like 2 weeks away from a South Park style, "I haven't seen a Jewish kid run like that since Poland 1938," aren't we?

If only they released episodes in the summer.