Editor's Note: After Friday night's AC360° we heard from many of you about the State Dinner crashers. Most of you disagreed with Lisa Bloom that it was no big deal because Michaele and Tareq Salahi did not try to harm anyone. Many of you also weighed in about Tiger Woods' car crash. What do you think? Let us know!
I am positive if I had had a crash, or you, or anyone else like Tiger's crash, there would have been a blood test at the hospital re: blood alcohol or other substance, what is he trying to hide? IF we didn't watch his matches, didn't buy his endorsed products, he would not be where he is today. There seems to be 2 sets of rules for those who have, and those who have not. IF I ran over a fire hydrant and crashed into a tree first thing you would do is a drug/alcohol test! I am sick of the double standard!!!
I feel CNN legal analysts are usually on point. Lisa Bloom is part of this team but had a lapse tonight. To say no harm was done by the Whitehouse gate crashers is silly. They certainly provided some food for thought for terrorists. If that is not acted upon, it looked President Obama's staff do not have their act together or perhaps that they by-pass security for prominent DC couples or reality TV stars. No matter how you slice it, some examples need to be set here. Lisa should think again. i usually agree with her opinions.
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