Wednesday, April 18, 2007

A Puzzler

So, if your governor -- a guy you've never liked and didn't vote for, and who has a sense of personal entitlement larger than his personal fortune -- is seriously injured in a car-wreck in large part because he didn't wear a seatbelt and because he had the car's emergency lights on "to keep on his schedule" (against state law), are you required to feel sorry for the guy?

Just asking...

Update: According to news reports, that governor's car was going 91 in a 65 zone, so I'm now even less inclined to feel sorry for him.


Anonymous said...

I think you are but as compensation you get to use them as a terrible example in the ongoing debate about seatbelts.

RobB said...

No, not really. (Says the guy with the same governor, whom he did not vote for in the elections).

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