Originally Posted by Somebody
But it does bring a different perspective: someone being extremely harsh on someone who made a mistake (overlooking a car - which had serious consequence but luckily not as bad as it could have been) while she herself was involved in no less than 4 traffic incidents (or at least she was in 2; and her car was in 2 others and she refuses to tell who the driver was) within one year. Some self reflection might have resulted in less media-obsessed and negative behavior.
Its the case of finger pointing. Its always someone else's fault until its realized that when she's pointing her finger at someone else, the other three are pointing back at herself. Now, because of all the furor and blame being aimed by her at the DoE, her own personal misdeeds are blasted all over for everyone to see.
Sometimes karma needs a good hefty lunch eh?