Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Congress and Michael Jackson

Perhaps this is supposed to be some sort of comic relief from a Congress that has more important work to do fighting the Obama/socialist agenda....

On the one side, we have Rep. Peter King (R-NY) in a YouTube video pointing out that Michael Jackson was a pedophile and a pervert whom you would most likely not want around your children. [Despite some media coverage, this was not the ranting of a crazy man, but rather the frank opinion of someone making a clear point.]

On the other side, we have Rep. Shiela Jackson-Lee (D-TX), who has offered a resolution in Congress to recognize Michael Jackson for his humanitarian work and his contributions to the music world.

I have to agree with Rep. King on this one. Michael Jackson's death, while sad and tragic, is no more worthy of special recognition than any other artist who has committed perverse acts with children.

1 comment:

Peter Matesevac said...

Howard Hughes, like Michael Jackson, achieved stardom for his accomplishments. His contributions to industry and commerce are almost incomprehensible. In spite of the GOOD Hughes did, he is remembered for the sad life choices that ultimately brought on an untimely death. Although Hughes didn't molest little boys, history will remember him for his depraved lifestyle later in life. Ultimately, I would hope any of Michael Jackson's "accomplishments" will eventually distance themselves from their perverted creator.