Now that Don Imus has settled with CBS Radio for his firing for calling the Rutgers women's basketball team "nappy headed hos" the betting is that he will soon return to someone else's airwaves.
That speculation gives Rev. Al Sharpton opportunity to come up with five conditions for Imus' return.
Sharpton outlined those conditions in a column in the New York Daily News.
Interesting, that Sharpton, who has, in the past, ruined the reputations of police officers and prosecutors, and who has his own radio show, wasn't required to meet five conditions before he was allowed on the air.
Who is Sharpton to set these conditions? Who is he to be the arbiter of what is permissible speech?
Just as Sharpton has the right to try to hold a radio audience, so does Imus.