So Tiger Wood came out and do what we all expected him to do. He came out with his tail between his legs and said to the world I am sorry. He has followed the PR script hoping to regain the trust of the public. Who is this public that is ready to cast a stone upon Tiger, when everything in our society crumbles with dishonesty, selfishness, greed and pretense. We pretend to be what we are not by nature. Americans are not the monogamous society it claims to be. If you dress up a cow in clothes or a dog in fine furs, it’s still a cow or it’s still a dog. Having material success does not change a person from who he or she is. Change comes from something far more intangible than that. Change comes from the inside out.
Tiger Woods is no sex addict. Tiger Woods is just an ordinary
American man who likes to cheat on his wife or thinks it is his right to have more than one woman. He can certainly afford to do so. There is something deeper at play and though we may all blame Tiger, we may not know the other half of the story. A man who is totally fulfilled in his own home does not generally look elsewhere for frivolous pleasures. Does anyone knows what kind of person is Elin? She struts around with her baby and looking dejected but you have to live under the same roof to know what’s going on in there. What I’m saying, it takes two to tango.
It’s the world we live in. Anyone who would hold a common sportsman to such high standards of morality is a fool. The media and our star-stricken society have made the brains of ordinary and people who should know better, shrink with the junk pap we feed them everyday.
Who cares who Tiger sleeps with? That is for him and his family. All we should care about is his performance on the golf course. We want him to entertain us not to sustain our morality. Go to church and hold your priests, rabbis, imams and pastors accountable, hold your political figures accountable, hold your lawmakers accountable, not people like Tiger Woods. Come on people, wake up from your la la land of Woz.
Here is Tiger feeling himself: “Every one of you (in this room) has good reason to be critical of me,” Woods said. “I want to say to each of you, simply and directly, I am deeply sorry for my irresponsible and selfish behavior I engaged in.” Very funny, very funny indeed.