A few things to discuss
I can’t tell you how much I hate Nancy Grace – from her righteousness to her focus on pretty, white, blonde victims, she is just awful.
This week she’s gone too far in injecting herself into an open investigation, spurring the suicide of a main subject, and then denying that she had any impact. She believes that guilt caused the woman to kill herself. That may well be, but what proof does Grace have? Is it such a stretch to think that she was so distraught that after the grilling by Grace and the police, she couldn’t take it anymore?
She disgusts me.
This week in Dubya
Republicans aren’t backing him. Colin Powell has come out against him. The Bush Terror plan seems like a non-starter. It seems that in response to being shut down by the Supreme Court that instead of playing by the rules that the axis of evil – Bush, Karl Rove, and Dick Cheney want to change the rules. Kudos to Powell who said in response to proposed changes to the Geneva Convention: “The world is beginning to doubt the moral basis of our fight against terrorism. To redefine Common Article Three would add to those doubts.”
Philadelphia enters the 21st century
Finally Philadelphia has enacted a ban on workplace smoking that will extend to most bars and restaurants. While some bars will be exempt, it will make for a much more pleasant experience for those of us that don’t smoke. It will be interesting to see how this new law will be enforced.