Wipesucks refuse to punish Guillen.
Guillen's punishment comes from MLB, not the team, in the form of "an undisclosed [translation: miniscule] amount of money" and compulsory sensitivity training that he doesn't intend to undergo.
"I don't think I'll be going, I don't think that'll happen," Guillen told ESPNdeportes.com in an interview at U.S. Cellular Field on Friday. The interview was conducted in Spanish.
Outsports.com reports that this isn't his first, or even most egregious, anti-gay incident. August 8, 2005, he equated homosexuals with child molesters and, in a seperate incident the same day, called outfielder Tadahito Iguchi 'queer.'
But he has no problem with gay people, honest!
What a stand-up guy. We're talking real role-model material here.
On Bizarro World.
[H/T 2 publiustx.]