No, that’s not a question for you, although it might be something you would want to consider, maybe. No this was a question put to Casey Anthony’s lawyer by Joy Behar. The whole thing is over at Hot Air but it was just too good for me not to repost. Ahh, the pause that refreshes.
I’m not a big fan of Joy Behar show, in fact I’ve never seen it, so I can’t tell you if it’s any good. But I can tell you it’s a doggone good question. Behar had Casey Anthony attorney Dorothy Clay Sims on as a guest and of all the questions I probably never would’ve asked this was this one. Which tells you why I’m on radio and not on CNN. Enjoy my little mobsters I know I did
AP’s post at Hot Air is classic AP. Here’s a sample:
How often do you see a defense lawyer who got an obviously guilty client off — on two homicide charges involving a two-year-old child! — choke on camera when asked a question like this? You would think she’d lie through her teeth, if only to protect her own conscience: “Oh sure, I’d let her babysit. Ideally, Casey would be running her own day-care center.” Instead, this. How sure is Sims that she hasn’t sent a child-killer back into society? Not sure enough.