Sunday, June 30, 2013

Why Let Facts Ruin a Perfectly Good Opinion?

JoanVennochi's little screed in the Globe this morning on how the loss of the moral influence of the late Myra Kraft is somehow linked to both the Aaron Hernandez murder case and the team's inability to win Super Bowls might've had a tad more credibility if the acquisitions of bad apple players she cited as evidence hadn't almost all happened when Kraft was still alive.

Myra Kraft was a wonderful person. Using her in that way was shameful. As an Op-Ed columnist, Vennochi's beyond shame, of course, but persons of goodwill and good sense should ignore her work foreverafter -- if they weren't doing so already.


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