- Who are his parents and what do they believe or what did they teach him?
- What community was he raised in that allowed him to feel comfortable in his boldness?
- Since he feels the issue is that it should not have been said in public does that mean it is still appropriate in private?
- When your child comes home from school and tells you this was said to him, what will you say?
LaDuca, who previously had called Martin Luther King Jr. a "pariah" and a "fraud," also wrote: "And man, if sayin' someone has large lips is a racial slur, then we're ALL in trouble."
LaDuca said Monday that he regrets posting the comments and understands how they can be construed as racist. "In hindsight, when you read it a second time, it's like, 'oops,'" he said. "It was just a dumb move on my part to make a statement like that public."