Tuesday, December 13, 2005


The fact that there was even one sniffle of dissent, one phlegm hacking moment of opposition, one hazy absinthe-swilling nano-second of support for commuting the death sentence of one "Tookie" Williams is, to me, a sign of some serious moral dry-rot in this country.

I take that back. Not dry-rot. More like a gooey, festering, cankerous, ulcerating, mildewed, spongy, dank and rotting moral gangrene in this country.


** Carin agrees with me. But then, that's a given..