Is not insane, just crazy >:)
- Jan 5, 2011
This, also, is an interesting facet in this story. Perhaps no one mentions it because it's not as sensational as the other parts to this? Regardless, you bring up an intersting point.Godisdigestingyou said:I find it interesting that there are so many people saying that the girl should be punished for breaking the law, but no one seems to want to touch on the subject that she is apparently okay with going to jail for what she did, if only to ensure that her attackers get what she believes they deserve.
I don't care what you do. If your willing to give up your freedom for it, it bears further scrutiny than "such a tragedy, but thems the breaks."
I know my life would be a lot different now if 60 years ago people were afraid to go to jail for doing what they thought was right.
Imagine what happened if Rosa Parks didn't have the courage to do what she did. Or MLK Jr. Or Lenny Bruce, or Ghandi or the many others that have shaped the course of human history with such courage.
Granted, Ms. Dietrich's courage may not be on their level...but it is something to consider.