George Takei Puts a Bigot in His Place

I don’t follow basketball and I wouldn’t know Tim Hardaway from Tim Conway, but apparently he is taking some heat for bluntly admitting in a radio interview last week that he has a problem with gay people. That’s not an unusual attitude in our society, of course, and you can even make an argument that Hardaway is to be commended for his honesty. I, for one, would certainly defend his right to say whatever’s on his mind no matter how ignorant. But he should be prepared for the consequences:

Sulu rocks…


3 comments on “George Takei Puts a Bigot in His Place

  1. Cranky Robert

    Takei apparently believes that the best way to defeat your enemy is to make him your friend. Way to go!

  2. jason

    Didn’t Sun Tzu say something along those lines? Or maybe it was Master Po

  3. Cranky Robert

    I don’t know who said it first, but I’ve always liked it. Hard to do, of course. But a good idea.