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Strike Two For Marlin Manager Ozzie Guillen

Robert1678 Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 10:13 AM
Steve of CA - An apologes is a deep regret from the heart that is fllowed by a change of heart. What we have here is a regret by force of livelyhood. Ozzie heart still yearns to honor savage dictators. He does not realized that this is wrong, just that other people know it's wrong. He DOES NOT believe in his heart that the statement was wrong, and the Marlin Fans know this too. We Conservative don't need to call for his resignation - the ticket sales will do it on their own. See Capitalism works (as you appear to be a Liberal, then you will not understand a thing I said).

Last week Miami Marlin’s manager Ozzie Guillen told Time magazine that he “loves and respects” Fidel Castro. This week, reacting to outrage by Americans of Cuban heritage (i.e. a huge chunk of Marlin ticket-buyers,) the MLB suspended Guillen for five games. Apparently eager to head-off worse retribution (and damage–control ticket sales) on April 19th a moping Guillen issued a groveling apology at a Miami press Conference.

“I am here on my knees,” he whimpered. “I am here to say I am sorry with my heart in my hands…I hurt a lot of people’s feelings. Now I want to apologize because I...