Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.
You dont have an option for me. It would be:
Havent decided about her and this story doesnt change that.
The wording of this article put my bull**** detector on high alert, i.e. "laughing during the interview" instead of clarifying what she was laughing at, exactly. So I decided to listen to the audio clip for myself.
1. First laughter: regarding the lie detector. She was laughing (dryly) because she believed that although the suspect most likely raped the girl, the fact that he passed sealed the deal for her that lie detectors were nonsense.
2. Second laughter: regarding sending the underwear back with the hole in it. The laughter pertained to the ridiculous claim by the prosecutor that she couldn't see the evidence.
3. Third laughter. I don't actually understand what the laughter is about here, meaning I don't understand what's funny about the "miscarriage of justice" comment. She doesn't think the case is funny, per se, as it's a grim story of a terrible crime where a guilty man might have walked simply because the evidence was hopelessly botched.
In many jobs, you have to emotionally detach yourself from what you're doing. I work in a medical lab, and what we call a beautiful microscope slide, is sometimes very bad for the patient.
If you expect people to be rational, you aren't being rational.
In the blog's post was this telling sentence..."According to a report in the right-leaning Washington Free Beacon..." That sentence alone makes the OPINION piece suspect, imo.