Monday, February 13, 2006

one question

The second-in-command of the United States of America carelessly shoots a man in the face, sending him to the Intensive Care Unit for two days. The local police are prevented from interviewing the shooter for over twelve hours. The press receives no official notification from government representatives. The incident is semantically minimized by political surrogates to the point of absurdity. The responsible party himself makes no effort to come forward and express his utter mortification for his part in a tragic event, and to provide a personal explanation and to accept responsibility for the situation.


Are these the actions of an honorable man?

1 Comments:

Blogger Ronni said...

Wait, wait, wait! Let me think about it for a while.

NO!

11:11 PM  

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