The "A"s and "B"s of Ugliness
It's difficult to decide whether lawyer A or client B is uglier.
After years of leading a completely meretricious life, client B has decided to capture her 15 minutes of fame, and, of course, lawyer A is there at the ready to push her way into the limelight. Forget that because of the number of years that have elapsed there is no conceivable legal issue at hand. Lawyer A wears beautiful suits but has no hope of asserting one in these circumstances.
For reasons totally unrelated to the matter of alleged sexual harassment, Herman Cain is probably not now ready for serious presidential consideration even though he's a hundred times more ready than our current dunce-in-chief, who can't even figure when a mic is hot and sees fit to disparage a head of state at the knees of whom he should be learning.
A and B are eloquent reminders of just how trashy people can be. Not to call them on it reflects more broadly based trashiness.