Sharpton sharperns apology

It appears that what started with Don Imus is now a game of tag.

While not uttering something nearly as controversial as Imus' remarks...

It appears that what started with Don Imus is now a game of tag.

While not uttering something nearly as controversial as Imus' remarks (and also, Sharpton's was about a public figure, as opposed to say, a group of women's basketball players), Al Sharpton is the newest member of the mea culpa club.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Rev. Al Sharpton toured Mormon facilities Monday and dined privately with a church elder after drawing criticism two weeks ago for remarks about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

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Sharpton was debating with an atheist author when he said: "As for the one Mormon running for office, those who really believe in God will defeat him anyways, so don't worry about that; that's a temporary situation."

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