My faith in the system has been restored and now everyone from my youngest brother to Ann Coulter have come out in Paris's defense. Apparently the cries of a grown woman calling for mommy should serve as enough of a penance.
I gotta say this...yesterday I spent the better part of my afternoon watching the drama unfold. I wrote what I wrote and I meant what I said. Hell, I was happy when they sent her back to jail! But now I feel just a little bit bad for her. Not significantly much, but just a little bit. I feel bad that they have made a circus out of her, and I feel bad that the media continues to retell the story of what I am pretty sure has been the lowest point in her life, and I am sure the most humbling.
The fact that she has to go to jail is to me a tale of cause and effect. You made your bed, now you sleep in it. But everyone is entitled to preserve their dignity. You should be able to shed a tear or two in private in a trying moment. You should be able to call for mommy without everyone and their mother saying something about it- this includes me.
I never thought that I would say this, but poor Paris!
I'll admit that I can't stand her and that the world would probably be a better place without her in it; but in her vulnerability she appears to be a real person. I think to myself that when she cries she could be anyone and after seeing all those pictures I think that she has had a hard lesson to learn. But if she learns it and is enough of a woman to grow from it, and I mean grow in every sense, that will make her hot in my book.