Sunday, November 18, 2007

Sharon keller's Dignity Index rating: 32

Sharon Keller has topped this week's Newsweek Dignity Index. The Dignity Index is a weekly mathematical survey of bad behavior that measures, on a scale of 1 to 100, just how low a person can go.

Texas Judge Sharon Keller refuses to keep her court open an extra 20 minutes so lawyers could fix a computer glitch and file a death-row appeal. Hours later, the inmate was executed.
Score: 32

A bittersweet buh-bye to Sen. Larry Craig. Your three-week reign of shame (for ruining Idaho's Hall of Fame ceremony just by showing up) is over. You've been bested. Or worsted.
Score: 73

Pandering for votes, lifelong Yankee fan Rudy Giuliani does the unthinkable: he's rooting for the Red Sox in the World Series. So wrong on so many levels, we're speechless.
Score: 95

1 comment:

Marc J. Randazza said...

I can kind of see how Giuliani and Craig are sketchy, but how can they have worse dignity ratings than Keller? Ugh, what a low life.

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