Why Was Bush at the King Funeral?

For me watching the Coretta Scott King funeral yesterday was a surreal experience. As one speaker after another spoke of social injustice, government abuse of power and civil rights, all the while the symbol of all of these issues sat behind the podium grinning like brain damaged monkey.

What was George W. Bush doing at this funeral? Why was he invited? Why didn’t the people who arranged it act in the spirit of the deceased instead of becoming activist hypocrites?

While I am appreciative of the pressures of society I can not continue to play along at this late stage in the dangerous game we are playing. This is not business as usual. We are in an emergency situation and our enemy’s head is George W. Bush. Having him take part in a memorial service of a civil rights leader was in my opinion, disgraceful and wholly hypocritical. Think about it!

2 Responses to “Why Was Bush at the King Funeral?”

  1. rbank says:

    Jimmy Charter sure did a great job. I wish we had more leaders stand up for what is right. I used to think he was a weak leader. He really had courage. My question is how do we give congress and the senate the courage they need to do the job we elected them to do. i.e. impeach!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Passenger57 says:

    Bush had to go there for three reasons : 1]It would have looked crazy with Carter,Clinton,and Pops there without Junior 2] He was there to make up for stirring up anti-affirmitive action crap on her husband’s birthday last year; and 3] He didn’t want to see the headline : “WAS KANYE WEST RIGHT?”

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