People are weird, Exhibit 1,000,006.
If you don’t remember, Watts is serving a life sentence here in Colorado for murdering both his young daughters, hit wife, and the unborn child his wife was carrying. What made this heinous crime even more heinous, if such a thing is possible, is that Watts, when it was still believed his family was merely missing, went in front of the TV cameras, playing the worried husband and father, begging the authorities to catch whoever took his family.
Mission accomplished, pal.
Watts is apparently receiving love letters from women.
Prosecutors are releasing dozens of letters sent to the 33-year-old Fayetteville, North Carolina, native.
"In my heart, you are a great guy," wrote a woman named Candace.
"I'm hoping to brighten your days," wrote another woman.
Someone even sent a picture of herself in a bikini.
I understand women are attracted to bad boys — I wasn’t exactly always the nicest guy during my single days. But a bad boy who might actually kill you?
So, here's our president. In signing the farm bill, he posts a throwback video of himself singing about farms.
And he needs to take criticism better when it comes to Syria.
There will be 12 Democratic debates. Grab your popcorn now.
If it's true that Trump unfollowed Ann Coulter over her snark about the wall, he has some serious work to do on taking criticism from friends. Ann was his first and biggest supporter. She has been trying to get his attention for two years now about the importance of building the wall and keeping his promise. If her barbs have really gotten to him to the point where he has had to unfollow her, perhaps we've found the way forward. If saying mean things about Donald Trump is what gets him to act like the president we voted for, I'm in.
If he thinks reading Ann's tweets are bad, wait till the rest of us (who have been nothing but complimentary) get going. It's going to get ugly if he doesn't man up and get us our wall.
After meeting with the president at the White House, Speaker Ryan and Co are heading back to Capitol Hill to tweak the spending bill.
President Donald Trump has told congressional Republicans he “will not sign” a spending bill passed by the Senate to avoid a partial government shutdown Friday, and he’s citing an impasse over money for a border wall with Mexico.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says after leaving a meeting with Trump at the White House that he and other leaders are going to go back to Capitol Hill to “work on adding border security” to the legislation.
Trump is facing a backlash from conservative supporters who’ve urging to him to stick with an earlier pledge to force a shutdown in hopes of securing money for his long-promised border wall.
The wall was the top promise of his presidential campaign.