Gut Rumbles

December 23, 2004


I don't believe that she should be in jail. Her only crime was "lying," and if we get serious about prosecuting THAT crime, almost every politician and lawyer in the country would be behind bars.

Want Martha Stewart to atone for her sins? Make her come clean my house and then turn her loose. That's punishment enough.


I totally agree..I sho' did hate to see Martha go behind bars and this mess almost had my momma in tears..Martha ain't that bad of a gal.

Posted by: sandy on December 23, 2004 07:13 AM

Naw, make her clean your house, then cook you a big dinner of all the things you like. Hell, invite her to eat it with you, she's maybe not the best looking woman on earth, but I bet she's entertaining. You cheer up Rob, we all love you out here - if you dont, I'll send you a cat card, I swear to God.
You have been warned.

Posted by: robert in england on December 23, 2004 07:34 AM

I agree, just a case of Judges and Lawyers creating an image of justice. It is costing the government much more to have her in jail than she ever made on that stock deal. I guess some DA can thumb his or her chest and proclaim that they put Martha in jail. To bad that some two time loser crack dealer can get house arrest or time served.

Posted by: James Old Guy on December 23, 2004 08:05 AM

Better not ask her to cook you a meal. I don't believe she knows how to fix any of the stuff you like. I seen her do some nasty stuff to fried chicken before...

Damn yankees...

Posted by: greg on December 23, 2004 09:00 AM

It's wrong.

I posted on it a while back. Sucks to have authorities "make an example" outta ya.

Meaning, "we can't seem to get our point across any other way. Sorry, you're gonna have to take one for the team..."

Bullshit, weak bullshit to be more specific.

Posted by: Key on December 23, 2004 10:49 PM
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