Thursday, 3 November 2011

Does This Judge See It Straight?

Lindsay Lohan
Sentence Delayed For Naked Playboy Pics

Lindsay Lohan was not immediately sent to jail because the judge decided to allow her time to complete her nude photo shoot for Playboy ... TMZ has learned.

Sources directly connected with Lindsay tell us ... Lindsay's lawyer, Shawn Holley, told the judge in chambers that Lindsay had a contract with Playboy -- a contract of nearly $1 million -- and the shoot must be completed this week.  If it isn't, Lindsay would be in breach of her contract.

So Judge Stephanie Sautner cut LiLo a break ... and gave her one week to surrender.  Lindsay will surrender for the camera in the next few days.

Justice is not only blind ... sometimes it's stark naked.

I somewhat fancy it when the left tells us to 'get with the times'.  In order for the left to justify the abdication of personal responsibility, there has to be an elimination of any moral (categorical) imperative that ought to govern one's actions.  If it feels good, do it...least we be burdened with the restrictions of a transcendent moral code.  By shoving away that moral code that otherwise would govern (God forbid, limit) our conduct, we have a bedrock from which to stand on to avoid personal responsibility.  I am fascinated by how Ms. Lohan and the Judge point out our societies moral vacuum (pose away...after all you will make a million) and corresponding abdication or responsibility (surrender biggie).

I trust we can see what's going on and use our own intellect to discern our times.

On a personal note, I wish Ms. Lohan well and hope she finds peace and a beneficial place to release her talents.

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