Well, it’s official. I have the stupidest Congresscritter on the planet.
“I’ve seen so many good people the last few days, who aren’t going to get credit for anything,” he said, “and then I see this guy, who’s really a lowlife, and he’s being treated like a hero of civilization.”
Funny, I feel the exact same way about George W. Bush.
Jackson had problems, sure, but you should be doing your own laundry first, Parasite Petey. And if you think that the American public doesn’t know about how some of the KBR/Halliburton/Saudi connected predators attached themselves to Jackson and his money during the last few years of his life, you are as clueless as you wish WE were. Given the fact that Jackson’s shady doctor and even shadier doctor’s lawyer have direct links to Cheney’s shadow government, you’re not doing anything to assuage the conspiracy theorists who suspect that he was offed to collect on the tour insurance.
Jackson has his own problems but he’s paying for them now, and depend upon it someday you’re going to have to face that judge yourself and answer for all the innocent blood you’ve shed with your warmongering policies. Whatever his faults, at least he was never responsible for another human being’s DEATH on this earth, and yes that includes the 5000 Americans you pretend to support who have died in the unnecessary Iraq war.
Never voted for Parasite Petey, never will. I hope Albany will finally get it’s act together and redistrict you out of existence, you Rethuglican dinosaur.
Incidentally, this story also sets off my “chaff” meter. It’s a deliberate, sensationalist Rovian style distraction issue meant to get the American public’s attention away from something else.
What’s the something else? Well, it could be the fact that the Israeli Navy intercepted a humanitarian ship filled with medical supplies and children’s toys bound for Gaza despite the fact that it was not in Israeli waters, and held former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney and 20 other human rights activists for several days without charge or trial.
Or it could be an effort to divert scrutiny away from post-resignation Sarah Palin. (Le Yawn, good riddance, don’t let the helicopter blade hit you in the ass on the way out.)
Or it could be an effort to completely distract the American public from the fact that next week representatives from Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth are going to present scientific evidence alongside their call for a re-investigation of the 9/11 attacks at a National Architecture conference in Washington DC. Support for a SCIENTIFIC re-investigation of the events of 9/11 is growing in various communities, especially in the light of the discovery by scientists of military-grade nanothermite particles in four different WTC dust samples. Over 60,000 residents of New York City have signed a petition to put a checkbox vote for a re-investigation of 9/11 on the next election ballot. Although not a resident of the city proper, I am listed as a signatory on the concurrent petition provided for families of victims, survivors, and first responders.
Yeah, I could see a few of these news items getting Rove and his buddies a little nervous. Bush is gone, Palin is gone (hmmm, and Rove didn’t like that – wonder if she simply decided not to volunteer for it?); so congratulations, Parasite Petey. You’re the GOP’s new lightning rod. Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy.