.I'm not going to get into a deep theological debate with you. The point I'm trying to make is that we don't know what was in her mind, or her heart. I'll be one of the first to admit, I saw her show on several occasions, I was not a fan. I laughed AT her. I shook my head and wondered how they could show this stuff. I saw her as bizarre and somewhat sad. I saw her on the awards show when she was obviously enebriated to the point of incoherency, but other to shake my head and go about my own business, she made no impact on me. But then I saw how sick she was toward the end. She became helpless and lost. I think she was so heartsick she couldn't go on anymore. She may have made her bed, so to speak, but it appears from the last few months of her life, she paid with a price that is not exacted upon many of us. Perhaps her penance has been made. But as a human being, subject to the same frailities and mistakes and bad choices that we are all subject to, I think she deserves our compassion and our charity. That is one of the many works fueled by faith, to be able to see that there was good there, when perhaps they can't even see it themselves.
Whoever wrote this was correct in I feel in what they said.