Part of me feels for former Dir. Comey. It is no fun to be publicly fired and everyone wants to justify themselves. The only thing is how does one do it wisely. People take a myriad ways of handling this.
Usually people fall between two extremes. The one extreme is their whole lives are consumed by telling everyone about that painful experience. They are the hero of the tale of how they were right. The other extreme is they just never talk about it and get on with their lives. My key word is life is balance or symmetry. We need to talk but never letting go is bad.
The thing that I have seen in life is people who no longer grow because they live in the past. They seek justice which if it comes probably won’t satisfy. It is best to live in the present and learn from the past. The problems with wanting others to be perfect is we stop working on ourselves and we are in a holding pattern waiting for them to make a decision.
Trump fires people. George Steinbrenner fired people. One should not get bent out of shape by people being who they have always been. Comey looks like a louse by being disloyal to a former boss. He may be right but how does anyone trust him anymore. In my opinion he lost more than he gained.