Morgan230.3.jpgThursday morning 30 Rock's Tracy Morgan issued an apology for his anti-gay rant , but gay rights organization GLAAD is saying the "I'm sorry" is not enough.

Said GLAAD president Jarrett Barrios:

    “Jokes that make light of violence directed at gay and lesbian youth aren’t only offensive, they put our kids in harm’s way. Tracy Morgan must not only apologize, but assure us that this won’t happen again and send a clear message to Americans that anti-gay violence is no joke.”

Morgan said in a written statement:

    “I want to apologize to my fans and the gay & lesbian community ... I’m not a hateful person and don’t condone any kind of violence against others. ... even in a comedy club this clearly went too far and was not funny in any context."

GLAAD said it has reached out to Morgan in hopes of arranging a meeting with him and family members of those who have lost children to anti-gay violence. "If Tracy Morgan is sincere, he should take us up on meeting these families," Barrios said. "Perhaps by hearing their stories, he will learn that while we all love humor, this is no laughing matter.”

See Tracy's original anti-gay comments after the jump. What do you think? Is his "I'm sorry" enough?