Tracy Morgan's latest jokes offend the disabled

Comedian and actor Tracy Morgan speaks at a news conference on Tuesday, June 21, 2011, in Nashville, Tenn. Morgan apologized for anti-gay remarks he made during a performance in Nashville on June 3. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
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Tracy Morgan in Nashville, Tenn., June 21, 2011.

(CBS/AP) Oh, Tracy Morgan! Welcome to the world of people listening to everything you say. That's the price of a homophobic rant. Now everyone is listening to your jokes.

Morgan had just finished apologizing for his anti-gay jokes and now he's said something to offend another group.

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In his standup act in New York last weekend, Morgan mocked the mentally disabled, according to The New York Times. This has led to a demand for an apology from the "30 Rock" star by a group promoting the rights of the mentally and physically disabled.

Morgan's jokes reportedly included a warning not to "mess with women who have retarded kids."

His remarks are "far too offensive to be excused as comedy," Peter Berns, head of The Arc, said earlier this week. He called for an immediate apology.

Thus far, Morgan has offered no response.

Earlier this month, he apologized for a homophobic rant made during a stand-up routine in Nashville.