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Tuesday, March 11, 2008


You would have to be living in a cave if you haven't already heard all about it but my question is why do we react the ways we do? Even if you don't share Gov. Spitzer's political views, surely we all want crime to be defeated. Yes, he appeared to be a "in your face" kind of personality, but he did go to bat to fight crime so why are some so happy to see him fall on his face?
I heard on the news that many stood and cheered on wall street upon hearing the news.

You see this same scenario when a preacher falls.

Everyone feels sorry for his wife and children, some demand his resignation, others call him names, some make jokes, and many feel ashamed they knew him or supported him, but the truth is.........................
Someone who put themselves out there and fought for the good has bit the dust and it ain't pretty.


Brett said...

I thought that it was just an English thing that we set people on a pedestal and then shoot them of when they make a mistake. Some sometimes deserve a second chance.

Granny J said...

I suspect it's genetic!

Lady Di Tn said...

Like the sharks, it is a feeding frenzy. No matter what good someone does, if they fall in the water the sharks will eat them up.
I guess he could not be PERFECT like those who cheered.
Oops I guess they never heard of FORGIVENESS. PEACE

JeanMac said...

The pain on her face just kills me.

Norma said...

The evidence is there that he used intimidation to achieve his ends, not the law. That's why he was so hated, and why his enemies were gleeful when the hypocrite fell.