Today, I heard back from Ms. Lawless as she commented on the post I published about her. In her own words:
Thank you so much "An Ordinary American" for understanding why I did what I did. It is way past time for all of to stand up against those who think that they can just break the law & the rest of us are going to look the other way. These were young boys with 8 felonies prior to this event. I wish I could hug every person who I have read about that has stood up to someone doing something wrong! It might not be your business or your property or your family today, but one day it will be and wouldn't you like to know that the person standing next to you is willing to do something to help? I am not a hero, just doing what I was raised to do and that is to do the right thing.
Damn straight, Ms. Lawless. We have 545 losers inside the Beltway that could learn a LOT from you.
To briefly reacquaint you with Ms. Lawless. . . She's in this Houston-area Walmart where three thugs are stealing beer and running for the door, Ms. Lawless takes off after them and jumps on their car. She gets thrown off, but the three brothers (literally and figuratively) end up arrested.
Interesting that Ms. Lawless, who wears a bra, did this when the so-called men around her in the store, who probably use tampons to control their irritable bowel syndrome, did nothing.
Overwhelmingly, the comments in the papers and television news stories were highly favorable, but of course, some of those tampon-wearing men said they would never have done such a thing. Stinking transplants. Go back to Sissy Falls, Connecticut or Cat Genital City, Oregon.
I think Rick Perry ought to take Ms. Lawless out on the campaign trail with him as an example of "real America" and what we used to be.
I also think that whoever is next President should appoint Ms. Lawless as Attorney General. She obviously doesn't cater to criminals and she obviously has no fear of going after them.
Who was the last Attorney General that also had a set of balls?
Please don't say it was Janet Reno. . .