Someone - I don't know who - once said, "is there no shame anymore?" When it comes to our politicians, that certainly seems to be the case - doesn't matter if it's a D or a R, they all think they can do what they want, when they want and how they want - and WE keep voting these people back into office time and again! But don't let me explain - just read my buddy David 2's BRUTALLY HONEST commentary this week: http://brutallyhonestcolumn.blogspot.com/2013/07/week-of-07152013.html
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The Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman verdict over the weekend certainly captured the attention of almost all of us. It certainly didn't escape the attention of David 2, who will be talking about it at 8 ET/5 PT TONIGHT on BRUTALLY HONEST - LIVE! on ShockNet Radio. Here's a look at what's on tap: http://d2brutallyhonest.blogspot.com/2013/07/brutally-honest-live-0...
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This will be an especially important edition of BH-LIVE!; I cordially invite you to tune in, log on and listen CAREFULLY to David's thoughts. It may give you some food for thought on what happened.
shame on you.. jk
Oh, yes. That George Zimmerman-Trayvon Martin thing. Martin's untimely death if you will, and Zimmerman being declared "not guilty" in that shooting. Just when you thought that Zimmerman would have to keep a low profile forever, and that he would not be welcome at Disneyland or the local 7-Eleven, Zimmerman now is to emerge as a hero of sorts for rescueing a family from their overturned SUV on a Florida highway. This bit of news is totally amazing!
The timing of this event comes almost as mana from heaven, falling right into the hands of Zimmerman's attorneys as the rescued family wanted to thank the man publicly, but now has to hide from the media probing into this affair. Just how Zimmerman happened to be there at the crucial moment, what the exact circumstances were, and what made him act, remains shrouded in mystery. The entire episode is like something out of a movie, and we all know that movies are staged, scripted, and pretty much unreal.
Could it be that Zim's attorneys wanted to show that he really is "an OK guy." Just asking.
The irony of shamelessly hawking a radio show - while anecdotally discussing shame, no less - seems to have been lost on someone...