Regarding the Sept. 16 column “ NFL empire cracks showing”: The growing discussions concerning domestic violence in general, and the NFL in particular, seem to have been hijacked by some sort of political correctness. We are all in a “tizzy” to fire commissioners, suspend coaches and players and anyone else whose name is attached to an incident.
First, and foremost, any man who attacks a woman should face the full weight of the law, and if convicted by a jury of his peers, should be suspended from the NFL. The problem arises when we become reactionary, and in our disgust we start lashing out where there is no blame.
The good news is that this nasty issue has moved to the forefront; let’s don’t let the finger pointing and indiscriminate blame cause the real problem to go unresolved.