Mel Gibson Sorry for Drunk Driving, Not for Hating Jews
You'd think that even if you said that drunk, you'd apologize your ass off the next day. Especially if you're in the Popularity Game and you work alongside a fair share of Hebrew ladies and gentlemen.
Instead, after Mel Gibson's arrest for DUI, and filmed drunken offense-fest, the award-winning director released a broad, grand, sweeping statement that focused far more on the Sheriff's Dept. than it did the Jewish community. The same community that Gibson's father outraged when he denied the Holocaust . The same community where some felt that Gibson's biggest film "The Passion of the Christ" was not just anti-Semitic but "the most virulently anti-Semitic movie since the German propaganda films of World War Two".
Therefore we scratch our heads when we think of the lawyer who helped pen Gibson's "apology" and wonder if he was drunk too for not paying more attention on the Jews and instead focusing on the deputy, one of whom he called "sugar tits".