Clearly he must have missed the ESPN memo that states...We're only mocking and ridiculing one minority QB at a time and right now it's Cam.
Wow...we are going backwards in time. It's okay for folks like Skip and Charlie Casserly to push the boundaries of racism when it comes to Cam, by outwardly ridiculing and blatanly stereotyping him without shame and some even going as far as labeling him a ....you know... "thug," which seem to now be a another word for the "n" word. But, Rob playing the reverse role with RG III and he gets suspended...Go figure. He, should have know better. Just because they say we're equal, doesn't mean we can play the same games.
Don't worry when a cop pulls RG III over for stupid reasons and profile him, he will realize that no matter how he much he wants to see himself, the color of his skin is how he will always be judged by way to many in this society. Just ask Obama.
In all honesty, maybe if the Europeans had not re-define us and mold us into their image, we wouldn't be defining ourselves and our own as trying to be like them. There is something about studying African History that makes one realize how much we really were stripped of our identity and culture. Something many folks not only take for granted but seem to dismiss as if we should be grateful.Seriously?
When studying African History did you study about the part where a Queen in West Africa captured and sold other africans. Amongst other parts of Afica where they captured their enemies and sold them too. This was done to keep the exchange of goods flowing. By the way, that wasn't taught when I was in high school. Which was just 10 years ago. Slavery isn't just a black and white thing. It had been around since the dawn of man by all cultures and races.
The point? Everyone's ancestors were pretty fuged up. Just like the individual person grew from very primitive stages to where the person is now, us as a society (including everyone in the world) has grown up together out of our primitive stages into a more intelligent one where we can all live together, generally speaking. We should appreciate each other and live our own lives without being torn apart by bigoted assumptions that go back to our previous primitive society ways.