Tolerance is suppose to work both ways. Liberals have told us for years that we must tolerate other views and ways of life, even if we find them repugnant. Then why don't liberals stand up and say, although we find his views repugnant, we must tolerate them. As long as he hasn't broken the law, and it appears he hasn't they should denounce him and leave it at that. The big question is, is the NBA going to ban others who have also shown raciest tendencies? Are they going to start background check on their fans, listen to tapes of the game and ban anyone who uses a racist word? I'm betting not. Are they going banned Al Sharpton for his well known stance on Jews and gays and has in fact called anther black man the "N" word.
Isn't that far worst than what Donal Sterling said? Yet the NBA hasn't banned him. Yes, it's true Al Sharpton doesn't own a team, but if the NBA is truly making a stand against racism should they go after everyone? Or like most issues like this do the rules only apply to one side?
Personally I have found the most intolerant people are the very people who are preaching tolerance, sad but true.