Hannah Montana Essay Winner a Fake
Dec 29, 12:34 AM (ET)
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GARLAND, Texas (AP) – An essay that won a 6-year-old girl four tickets to a Hannah Montana concert began with the powerful line: “My daddy died this year in Iraq.”
While gripping, it wasn’t true – and now the girl may lose her tickets after her mom acknowledged to contest organizers it was all a lie.
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Wow, where does one start with this one?
The girl should lose more than the tickets.
I’d suggest that she be made to meet the families of the more than 3k boys and girls who have died in combat. After that the families of those maimed in combat.
Mom deserves an extras measure of sackcloth ‘n’ ashes.
She committed fraud.
Didn’t the congress critters pass some lame feel good legislation that you couldn’t claim such?
Not that I am a fan of “laws”. Other than the Law of Gravity. Now that’s a LAW!
I guess we’ll see her show up on Doctor Phil, Jerry Springer, or Judge Judy for their fifteen minutes.
But, this was disgusting.
What is that Mom teaching her child?
Lie, cheat, and steal. Yes, a career in politics.
Shaking my head on this one!
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