Thursday, May 19, 2011

Terrorists and IMF leaders

What do they have in common? They thought they could mess with NYC. Instead, the U.S. messed with them. Of course, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, leader of the IMF, obviously missed that memo. Either that, or he thought his wealth, his status, and his country's condemnation of our walks of shame would protect him. For those who don't know, Mr. Strauss-Kahn was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a hotel housekeeper. He tried to run from the cops.

Sexist and classist comments aside (referring to her as a "girl" when she's 32, barely even mentioning her), I have to wonder. France is bitching because they don't like photos of him in handcuffs. They say it makes him "look guilty." I don't know about you but I think running from the cops makes you look guilty. Others mention him as a loving husband and father, you know, because cheating on your wife really shows your family how much you love them. Seriously, what was he thinking?

There's no excuse for his behavior. Anyone who commits sexual assault deserves a nice spot in the big house. I don't care how wealthy you are, how famous you are, or how many movies you make (yes, Mr. Polanski, I'm pointing the finger at you. My middle finger, that is). That act proves that you are a dangerous person who cannot be trusted. To whom much is given, much is required and, even if it wasn't assault, he shouldn't have been cheating in the first place.

Mr. Strauss-Kahn, listen to Marlon Brando and act like a man. All the money in the world can't hide your character. I'm surprised this is your crime, because you obviously need to grow a set. If you cannot, I will lend you mine.

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