Welcome to the dawn of a new day, where a marital indiscretion of a star athlete trumps the tragedy of world hunger, the savagery of war and the financial misery resulting from an economic meltdown.
As far as Tiger Woods publicly admitting to "transgressions," let him who is without sin cast the first stone.
This whole episode is a divine comedy. You have one sinner, Tiger Woods, confessing to a group of sinners, the public, that he committed a sin. Now, the group of sinners morph into the role of self-righteous, judgmental hypocrites. For a brief moment we all get to feel good about ourselves at the expense of the great Tiger Woods.
Kevin Palmer, Martinez