And while I’m at it, I don’t think Al Franken has done enough to deserve anything like the treatment he is getting.
In these economically challenging times, is it unlikely there could be some gold digging going on?
Here is the text I sent to Minnesota Public Radio on Keillor’s behalf. I invite you to read the story and comment to MPR at the links provided.
MPR Comment Form:
Given the strong possibility that the accusation against Mr. Keillor could be entirely petty in nature, I think he deserves some benefit of the doubt. This harassment craze has gone over the edge into an irrational witch hunt that is doing much more damage than good. Mr. Keillor has been a HIGHLY positive influence in our national culture and in the hearts and minds of millions of individuals. At the very least, he deserves to be reinstated to desk duty until the investigation of the accusation has been concluded.