Sarah Palin and Michelle Obama must be feeling a little bit of relief tonight. Depending on your politics, for now at least, neither one is the most hated woman in America.
That much deserved title goes to Casey Anthony, the Florida woman (I won’t dignify her by calling her a mother) who was acquitted yesterday for the murder of her two year old daughter, Caylee.
I won’t go into all the details of the case, because we’ve heard it all, over and over. I will say that I wonder just what the hell the jury was thinking in this trial, or if they were even capable of cognizant thought. Evil does exist in our world, as does incredible stupidity, and this has shown us the worst of both. I only hope that there is a special place in Hell for people like Casey Anthony.
As sick as the acquittal was, I can guarantee you that we haven’t seen the last of this two legged maggot. How long will it be before she is cashing in on her “fame” with a book deal, making the rounds of the talk show circuit, and a movie of the week?
Something is very wrong in our society when we let vermin like this live among us.
At the same time, an eighteen year old Indiana high school student faces up to eight years in prison for a high school prank that got out of hand. Tyell Morton, a senior at Rushville Consolidated High School, left a blow up sex doll in a bathroom stall on the last day of school, and by the time it was all over, the bomb squad had been called, and Morton was under arrest on felony charges.
Yes, the boy pulled a stupid stunt. Who among us hasn’t? I’m glad we all never got caught, or the prisons would be full. Of course, the good news is that we wouldn’t have to share a cell with a child murderer. In America, we let them walk free.
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