No doubt that laws need to be made to do whatever has popped up into pop culture lately, but let’s sit back and take a breather shall we?
The woman who saw something on facebook and launched the petition drive is hardly a saint:
Michelle Crowder, an Oklahoma woman, created the petition about 7 p.m. Tuesday after she saw the idea of creating a new law posted on Facebook.
Late Wednesday, the petition was averaging 5,000 signatures per hour.
“It kind of took off with a life of its own,” Ms. Crowder said.
The idea that it took a month before Caylee was reported missing sickened Ms. Crowder, who lost custody of her own two daughters.
“I’d have no way of knowing if one of my daughters was missing,” she said. “The idea of that, literally, makes me feel sick to my stomach.”
How about we let the people who want their 15 minutes of fame sit this one out, as well as the politicians who want votes, and examine the law for the merits and what it could lead too.
- Caylee’s Law – A Stupid Non Solution (hooglyboogly.co)
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