Donald Sterling Begs For Forgiveness in Anderson Cooper Interview “It’s a terrible mistake, and I’ll never do it again.”

What kills me is that he says that this is his first mistake in 35 Years. I guess the housing discrimination lawsuits,sexual harassment charges, and the Elgin Baylor age discrimination stuff doesn’t count.


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 — Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling says he’s sorry, nearly two weeks after the NBA banned him for life and slammed him with a $2.5 million fine for making racist comments.

“I’m a good member who made a mistake and I’m apologizing and I’m asking for forgiveness,” he told CNN’s Anderson Cooper in an exclusive interview set to air on Monday. “Am I entitled to one mistake, am I after 35 years? I mean, I love my league, I love my partners. Am I entitled to one mistake? It’s a terrible mistake, and I’ll never do it again.”

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[video] Anderson Cooper Fires Back at Sandy Hook Conspiracy Theorists

Knowing this government and its torrid history, who is to say either way this could never happen? I would certainly hope that the conspiracy guys were wrong because my mind could not wrap around them going to these lengths for whatever agenda they have planned for the American people. Check below the cut to see the original video which purports the Sandy Hook murders to be a collaboration between mainstream media and the government.

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Anderson Cooper talks “Anderson”

CNN news anchor takes a leap into daytime television. We all know Anderson Cooper for breaking hard-news stories in Egypt and saving children during the earthquake in Haiti but now he is ready to offer his personal perspective. Set to air September 12, Cooper doesn’t promise his new show will change lives. However, based on his previous work, I am looking forward to what he has to offer. I am sure it is a great alternative to Maury.

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Sharpton Outs CNN Anchor Anderson Cooper? Supports Gay Marriage?

Source: Jossip

There has been much talk about CNN anchor’s sexual preference for years, but he himself has never discussed his personal life to any interviewers or media outlets. Well it seems that Al Sharpton may have unintentionally let the cat outta the bag in a recent interview.

Proverbial reverend Al Sharpton insists he did not out Anderson Cooper.

Sharpton appeared on Cooper’s CNN show Wednesday to discuss James Dobson’s attack on Barack Obama, who Dobson claims is “distorting” the bible. Arguing against Dobson, Sharpton said, “I may have some very conservative personal feelings, but I feel you have the right to live your life differently. I may think that what you do Anderson is gonna put you in Hell, but I’m gonna defend your right to get there.” Loads of people took this to be an unintentional “outing.”

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