Should we forgive Mel Gibson for his previous indiscretions??

mel gibson - mel gibson
United States
December 11, 2006 5:37am CST
well should we?? his opinions were very harsh, but yet they were just opinions and we all have them, so should we forgive or hold it against him??
7 responses
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
11 Dec 06
in my opinion mel gibson is a film actor who has to draw attention to his films nothing more he is controversial on purpose in order to increase his popularity
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@dansea (13)
• Singapore
12 Dec 06
If his apology is truly sincere, we can forgive him but I don't think it should be forgotten. What he just said is the tip of the iceberg.. you don't know what goes on beneath or how emotional he really is about the whole situation. I'm just saying, treat him warily..
• United States
3 Jan 07
I agree with you.
• United States
3 Jan 07
If he asked forgiveness, then we must forgive him. But deep in his heart, he feels like that and he would not really be sorry.
• Indonesia
24 Dec 06
hmm.. I am like mel gibson as an actor. actually I am not really care about his daily life.. I think if he made a mistake such as his opinion that too harsh.. it's not important for us to hate him.. it's his life.. why we must angry to him? as long as he is still do act well^^ that's my opinion^^
24 Dec 06
It depends what kind of opinions he has. If I agree with them there would be no reason to hold anything against him.
• United States
24 Dec 06
i personaly feel mel was unfairly treated. as far as hollywood and the media is concerned. because he is a christian he is expected to be perfect. that is the wrong way to look at this. we are all imperfect beings. as far as they are concerned mel was a hypocrite. yhey found great joy in pulling him down. when people use mood altering substances things like this happen. i still like him as much as i ever did. i believe he is a good man and will continue to watch his movies. badjake900
@volatile (204)
• United States
12 Dec 06
I'd agree that his comments and actions were ill-advised. But, at least he is blunt and honest. I'd rather have someone like that than Michael Richards. If you want to hold it against him then it is your right...but it probably wouldn't make a difference nor would he care.