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Today a popular subject to speak about is John Rocker An athlete who plays baseball for the Atlanta Braves who lashed out and said unappropriate remarks Should this be a controversy Should people be upset at him for his remarks The words of John Rocker and the opions of people of how they affected them are different He may be a racist or he could have been just been angry and upset but many are fighting back with words and letters speaking their minds There are questions such as was he punished enough or should he be punished in the first place In defence of Rocker what ever happened to freedom of speech Why should people care so much for what he has said or has the media just taken it too farIs John Rocker a racist First Rockers comments apologizing for what he has said My comments concerning persons afflicted with AIDS as well as various minority groups I have left the thought that I am a racist but im not Ill Reiterate again and apoligize one more time to anybody Ive offendedStatement read by John Rocker Trivalley herald pgC1 Does he really mean this Most people do not believe it was a statement that he did not mean and only gave this statement so he would not look like a complete jerk Reflecting on what he said to let people think he is a racist As John was driving with a reporter he yells So many dumbasses do not know how to drive in this town He Continues and says Look Look at this idiot I gurantee you she is Japanese woman Sports Illustrated Magazine Pg63 The woman who was driving the car ends up being white Then he goes on when he is asked by the same reporter how he feels about the people of New York He comments The biggest thing I dont like about New York are the
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