Tim Tebow is white, in case you missed that. And anytime anyone who is white is around other white people, it’s natural to compare them to historical mass murderers otherwise known as Nazi’s. And it isn’t a racist statement at all.

Fred Toettcher, a Boston sports broadcaster, compared Tebow’s draft-night gathering to a Nazi rally because…you know…he’s white. The remark has NFL Fanhouse’s David Whitley wondering if his statement will get the Don Imus treatment, aka fired.

Toettcher attempted to explain his questionable statement by adding more to his questionable statement during the “Toucher and Rich Show” on 98.5 The Sports Hub.

“It looked like some kind of Nazi rally … so lily-white is what I’m trying to say. Yeah, Stepford Wives,” Toettcher said about Tebow’s draft-night gathering.

The Boston Herald reported on Friday’s incident, talking with Dan Gainor, vice president for business and culture for the Media Research Center, who said it was “stunning” Toettcher didn’t lose his job.

“It’s an amazing double standard,” Gainor said. “The left has decided to hate Tim Tebow for nothing more than the fact that he’s a good guy who tries to live an ethical and religious life.”

The “Toucher and Rich Show” is owned by CBS, like the Don Imus show. And, as Whitley pointed out, Toettcher was joking, but so was Imus. Will CBS react the same?

When Imus was fired in April 2007, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson both applauded the move.

Jackson called the firing “a victory for public decency. No one should use the public airwaves to transmit racial or sexual degradation.”

Does Jackson’s cries for “public decency” extend to everyone equally?

Sharpton, also, was equally worried about using radio to degrade a person’s race during the Imus incident.

“He says he wants to be forgiven. I hope he continues in that process. But we cannot afford a precedent established that the airways can commercialize and mainstream sexism and racism.”

Will Sharpton be heading to Boston to demand an end to “commercializing” comments about an individual’s race?

As NESB.com reports, Tim Tebow is a Heisman Trophy winner, two-time NCAA national champion, NFL first-round draft pick, and Christian missionary. And during the recent Super Bowl, Tebow became the topic of the pro-life discussion since he and his mother put together an ad promoting life. (embedded below)

Despite Tebow’s stellar achievements and impressive behavior, Fred Toettcher remarked during his show that Tebow and his family and friends look like a Nazi rally because they are “so lily-white”. CBS has not commented on the incident.