After young Florida mom Casey Anthony was acquitted for the murder of her child, Americans are asking: What have we learned?
–*Whenever you’re going to borrow a shovel, always delegate that task if there might be a dead infant in your life.
–*A young mom has important choices to make in life, starting with whether she should use chloroform or ether.
–*The idea of closure is a hoax propagated by the media, the Bible and Nancy Grace, when we ought to know that real closure is never possible in a world of irreversibility at the quantum mechanical level.
–*A lynch mob, we ought to remember, doesn’t deserve any justice. If real reasonable doubt belayed the execution of a person, we ought to see a bit of sunshine in that because it means emotions didn’t drive our justice system.
–*Emotions drive our justice system.
–*The guy in “12 Angry Men” was probably way more guilty than Casey Anthony, and yet we cheered when he was let off the hook. Maybe you should go back and watch 12 Angry Men again.
–*Perhaps if you put as much energy into the cases of innocent blacks as you do seemingly guilty whites, the world would be a better place.
–*Most people believe that Casey Anthony still has to answer to her maker someday. Make no mistake, that is a comforting thought only to the deluded person believing it.
–*We got Osama bin Laden, woo hoo!