She whines that, the bane of her existence, this “culture of humiliation” is immoral, yet what she did was newsworthy … if only because of who her ‘partner’ was. It was adultery, which (in most circles) is still considered immoral.
She claims she is advocating to end “online bullying” but of course this speech, … her ‘call to action’ … once again, thrusts her into the spotlight, something … (being that woman) she complains she cannot get away from. She, was hired by “Vanity Fair” as a “contributor” … a way to get their name into print?
As she spoke from the Philadelphia podium, and drew a standing ovation, one must wonder — just who was it, … that stood!
Regarding her complaint of not being able to “outrun her past” … maybe she should take a lesson or two from Casey Anthony who seems to have dissolved into the woodwork…