Friday, June 01, 2007

What should Mr. Speaker do...

...for knowingly exposing people (six plane flights in two weeks!) to his particular strain of TB?

I say we sentence the personal injury attorney to a lifetime service as a public defender in an urban or rural setting of our choice (once his TB is cured or he is no longer contagious), at the current federally mandated minimum wage of $5.15 per hour.

He "hopes people forgive him" for possibly exposing them, unknowingly, to a potentially fatal disease? Mr. Speaker, I hope your conscience, if you have one, haunts you for as long a the potential for TB haunts every person you came into contact with.

But Robin, commenting on the WSJ law blog says:

Why so delicate? Andrew is an Anapolis drop-out (or kicked out), at least he finished his undergrad elsewhere, who works for Dad - a politically connected Atlanta attorney.

If he had been anything but a well-connected Atlanta mucky-much…they would have shot him on the tarmak.

Comment by Robin - May 31, 2007 at 2:59 pm

And his father-in-law works for the CDC studying TB? Truth is truly stranger than fiction.

1 comment:

Christine Petty said...

Douche. Bag.

Gee, I wonder if someone caught TB from him and has contacted a personal injury lawyer...