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Who else should say they're sorry?...
[Chris Field] 5/10/04
been made of "needed" apologies over the
last few weeks -- especially apologies from President Bush. The
latest demand for a Bush apology, to which the White House acquiesced,
came from the Left when they cried that the President must say "I'm
sorry" for the apparent humiliation of Iraqi prisoners.
This prompted me to think of some apologies I would like to
hear. But I'm not holding my breath.
John Kerry should apologize for his self-admitted war crimes.
Oh, now he says he didn't commit war crimes? Then he should
apologize for making such a gross accusation.
Ted Kennedy, did he ever apologize to the family of Mary Jo
Kopechne? If so, great. If not, shouldn't he?
and writers of "Friends" ought to feel at
least a tinge of guilt for wasting such a great TV time slot
for the last 10 years.
Some fellow conservatives have mentioned to me that leading
conservative GOPers who supported Specter in the GOP primary
Court, for molding the Constitution to their views to rule
such as killing babies and having sex, owes the
nation a giant "I'm sorry."
Whoopi Goldberg has wasted a lot of oxygen being painfully unfunny;
an apology from her would go a long way toward making up for
Saddam Hussein owes apologies to a great number of people for
being ... well ... Saddam Hussein.
of dissenters, Christians, baby girls, and every child after
the firstborn warrants a demand that they "get
right" with the world.
Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" were
awfully loud -- and awfully wrong -- about the possibility of
incidents of anti-Semitism that could occur after people saw
the "hateful" movie. They, at the very least, owe Gibson
a public apology.
just a few ideas that popped into my head Friday morning. I'm
sure more will come... CRO
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