About Laura Bush's memoir (and prescription log):
Mrs. Bush concedes that she and her friend were chatting when she ran the stop sign. But she also suggests a host of factors beyond her control played a role — the pitch-black road, an unusually dangerous intersection, the small size of the stop sign, and the car the victim was driving.
Now look, this was a horrible event in one's young life and I have no doubt she did and still feels awful about it, but c'mon.
"the car the victim was driving?"
Is she saying it was one of these?