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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

FUNERAL CRASHERS: Jimmy Carter and a so-called Reverend Lowery

Well, well, well. Yet another funeral has been turned into another Democrapic hackjob roast. Yesterday, President George W Bush paid his respects as the Head of State for the widow of slain Civil Rights Leader Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King. Mrs. Coretta Scott King had just passed away. She was by no means a Bush backer, but was not such an adversary to condemn him to hell. Mrs. King was eulogized well by 2 former Presidents, Bush and Clinton. Did Clinton politicize Nixon's funeral? Or did anyone crash the Strom Thurmond services? Nope.

However, here's what one of Dr. King's contemporaries, the very elderly Rev. Joseph Lowery said.....

The outspoken Rev. Joseph Lowery, co-founder of Southern Christian Leadership Conference, ripped into President Bush during his short speech, ostensibly about the wife of Martin Luther King Jr.

"She extended Martin's message against poverty, racism and war. She deplored the terror inflicted by our smart bombs on missions way afar. We know now that there were no weapons of mass destruction over there," Lowery said.

The mostly black crowd applauded, then rose to its feet and cheered in a two-minute-long standing ovation.A closed-circuit television in the mega-church outside Atlanta showed the president smiling uncomfortably.

"But Coretta knew, and we know," Lowery continued, "That there are weapons of misdirection right down here," he said, nodding his head toward the row of presidents past and present. "For war, billions more, but no more for the poor!" The crowd again cheered wildly.


Wow, Dr. Lowery. Could you have lost the point of the I Have a Dream Speech anymore? Let's see. Hmmmm. Black home ownership went up since Bush and Clinton were in office. Blacks are in the Cabinet the Courts, and high ranking military officers. Wow, what time warp was this man stuck in? Very Christian and classy to rip a guy at a funeral, Reverend. Does I have a dream apply to everyone but Bush and the GOP? I guess so.

Rev, if there were no weapons of mass destruction, then what was Saddam killing of his own people with and others with? Truck exhausts? Nope, twas poison gas. And did the Israelis launch an air strike in 1981 as a fraternity prank? No, Iraq was building nukes and the Israelis put the kabbash on that. Lowery seems to be an expert on everything, except Christian living and history.

Oh and don't think we'd go without hearing from Jimmy Carter, a one termer and the crappiest presidents ever. Apparently Carter's anger over being a bad President appeared to be seeping out.

Former President Jimmy Carter later swung at Bush as well, not once but twice. As he talked about the Kings, he said: "It was difficult for them then personally with the civil liberties of both husband and wife violated as they became the target of secret government wiretaps." The crowd cheered as Bush, under fire for a secret wiretapping program he ordered after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, again smiled weakly.

Later, Carter said Hurricane Katrina showed that all are not yet equal in America.


Carter, Carter, Carter, you chimp. Funny weren't the DEMOCRATS the ones who wiretapped Dr. King, with J Edgar Hoover's FBI? Wasn't Bobby Kennedy the Attorney General then? Selective memory or senility is Carter's strategery. And Carter, you're not one to talk about safeguarding our country. Thanks for letting Iran get out of control, Mr. Peanut Brain!

FYI- Wiretapping is not a danger to anyone, if you're not plotting criminal and terrorism related acts. To quote Dick Cheney- If you're calling your Aunt Susie in Toledo, we're not gonna keep tapping your phone.

Oh yeah, Hurricane's prove inequality? No, rather the inept stupidity of Mayor Nagin, Governor Blanco, and the rest of the Louisiana Politicians. Hey Carter, weren't a lot of WHITE FOLKS killed along the entire Gulf Coast also? It wasn't just the Chocolate City that got reamed out. I mean, Nawlins was below sea level, you live in a bowl. Get flood insurance. If not, you're SOL.

And of course, these fallicies and comments get the cheers and response from the usual peanut gallery of malcontents. What are you mad about? You're in Georgia. You weren't hit by Hurricane Katrina. You're Governor is not an idiot. Unlike say Louisiana.

Could these two so-called Christians lose the point of I Have a Dream anymore than they did? I ain't perfect and I err, ALOT. However, isn't it bad when I see the crapulence?

Chew on that, liberals.

Also, do not politicize a funeral. It does you no good. Look how bad the Paul Wellstone funeral, aka Pep Rally went. 2002 Election went to the GOP, again. I wonder if this gross bit of buggery will backfire on the liberals. Sadly, I think it will. Well, not sadly that it will backfire. I wanna see some crash and burn. However, it's sad that Dr. King's widow was laid to rest in a less peaceful manner. I think Dr. King would be disappointed at some of the Funeral Crashers.

14 Comments:

  • At 8:07 AM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Nick Nick Nick. I am shocked to say the very least.

    I won't comment on the overall post as I agree and disagree with some points. But this:

    FYI- Wiretapping is not a danger to anyone, if you're not plotting criminal and terrorism related acts. To quote Dick Cheney- If you're calling your Aunt Susie in Toledo, we're not gonna keep tapping your phone.

    Say it ain't so ND. Are you actually defending the rights of this action? I will say - for a democrat, republican, or independent - I don't think I know anyone who agrees with this.

    Unlimited power to do what you want is NOT a defense tactic. Because - at the point it BECOMES a defense tactic, there is nothing left to defend against.

     
  • At 9:13 AM, Blogger Jeff Fecke said…

    So-called Reverend? He was in the SCLC fighting for voting rights before you were born, jerkface. And I'm going to tell you flat-out, if you think "I Have a Dream" was about conservative values, you need dearly to reread your King.

     
  • At 12:10 PM, Blogger leftcoastmark said…

    The only sort of wire tapping should be about 750 Amps INTO the phones of those sand flees!

     
  • At 12:57 PM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    I ain't defending J Edgar Hoover, Kev, you know better. I am defending getting evidence on a terrorist that may target large numbers of people.

    Jerkface? Not mature there other poster. I Have a Dream is for everyone, not just liberals who love strings attached to everything. Jeff, Lowery just invalidated all of his SCLC work by going into a tirade, sorry, gotta disagree pal.

    Mark, sand fleas? That's not very PC sir. Wait, PC, I laugh at thee.

    Back to wiretapping. King was tapped by a known paranoid J Edgar Hoover. Nixon was paranoid he bugged himself, yeah that didn't sink his career. But, however, does anyone think that we played by the Marquis of Queensbury Rules in WWII when we got info? No. Or I sure hope not. The innocent have nil to worry about, let the guilty freak out. And if we're so defensive about the guilty, why are we? Are we scared some agent is getting a chuckle over our phone conversations? Have fun Agent Smith, laugh your nards off at the prank messages I leave. Just focus more on Khalil or Boris or whoever is plotting to poison the water supply or blow up a dozen flights.

    I am for certain things being done, within reason. Kevin, you assume that the next person in power will take Cart Blanche to a whole new form of Gestapo Tactics. Why? When as the US done that? We have enough lawyers and whistleblowers to keep the bad free, and the innocent, well, in danger.

     
  • At 1:18 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Are we scared some agent is getting a chuckle over our phone conversations?

    Yes. Not because it's embarrassing, but because it's invasive.

    you assume that the next person in power will take Cart Blanche to a whole new form of Gestapo Tactics. Why?

    Because the vast majority of Americans (whom I might normally suggest are ignorant) are at very least utterly complacent when it comes to the government. Therefore, should we allow it to happen now because it's 'necessary', after awhile, it will tend towards the norm.

     
  • At 9:02 PM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    Kevin, back in WWII and the Civil War habeas corpus was stripped temporarily. After the last shots were fired and surrenders were signed, that writ and other temporary suspensions were rescinded. Don't be slippery slope concerned that everyone has something to hide. Only the guilty need worry.

    Sorry, but suspending all surveillance is ridiculous. Specifying its use, understandable. However, dare I say some times call for different measures?

     
  • At 9:22 PM, Blogger crallspace said…

    I think the biggest disappointment to King would be Bush showing up. What a slap in the face to her memory.

    He got exactly what he deserved... time in a room where there were no scripted questions or spin meisters to bail him out.

    How dare you refer to people who fight for the same cause as King "Funeral Crashers..." are you that much of a moron?

     
  • At 5:13 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    Where do I start with this pompous and incredulous post. Let's start at the begging with Crawl here....

    I think the biggest disappointment to King would be Bush showing up. What a slap in the face to her memory.

    And Bill Clinton was the scion of perfect Presidency? No. I suppose only Democrats had the right to show up at black funerals, if you ran the world, you racist little punk. I HAVE A DREAM is for everyone, not just the bitter and angry libs like you. Presidents go to funerals to pay respect. Carter and Lowery showed no respect for the dead, they road the casket for fame. And like Paul Wellstone's ghoulish rally memorial, that too will backfire.

    He got exactly what he deserved... time in a room where there were no scripted questions or spin meisters to bail him out.

    Awww, someone isn't arguing the points of decency and propriety at a funeral. You're just letting your Bush rage get in the way of: getting a real job, living a good life, doing stuff besides playing X-Box all day, and sipping lates and complaining while doing nil about the world. If anyone's gonna get what they deserve, it's you. Sow anger, reap anger.

    How dare you refer to people who fight for the same cause as King "Funeral Crashers..." are you that much of a moron?

    How dare I? That's my First Amendment Right, you KGB reject. They went to a public funeral and droned on and on. They aren't fighting to continue King's cause. They used the funeral for their own nasty sniping. And calling me a moron? Wow, that's original. Did you think that up, or did the army of trained chimps that you continuously seek wisdom from toss that your way?

    Reverend Lowery and Jimmy Carter tout being Christians but were very non Christian acting at a funeral. No one's perfect, but they and you deserve the Angry Hypocrite Award.

    Keep excusing bitter and hateful liberals you Talking Hemhroid. That will keep alienating THE MAJORITY of Americans against you.

    Enjoy, Crawl.

     
  • At 5:14 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    What's up with every bald liberal coming in with a chip on their shoulder? Are you all sanctimonious and bitter by nature, or did a lifetime of not getting what you think you deserve do that to you? Life sucks, get a helmet!

     
  • At 5:36 AM, Blogger Cheapshot911 said…

    Ya say "Sorry, but suspending all surveillance is ridiculous."

    I'm afraid that's how we got here.

    From link
    Clinton's anti-intelligence plants implemented a universal 'human rights scrub' of all assets, virtually shutting down operations for six months to a year," Roger told NewsMax

    Don't read too much else on that link if you're comfy with rants heard at the King funeral, there's some embarrasingly contradicting stuff.

     
  • At 7:29 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    Cheapshot, say it ain't so! You mean our lax former President and his collection of rear smoochers were a contributing factor to 9/11? Get outa here! I thought St. Bill Clinton was perfect. (sarcasm note)

     
  • At 1:12 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Nick - I was just having a reread on some of the stuff that you wrote here. It occurred to me that I actually have another viewpoint for you on this one:

    And if we're so defensive about the guilty, why are we? Are we scared some agent is getting a chuckle over our phone conversations? Have fun Agent Smith, laugh your nards off at the prank messages I leave.

    I didn't think of it at first, but the stange reality is that since I've known you, you have probably not committed one illegal act aside from some typical traffic violations.

    So please digest the following with an open mind. Other people out there use the phone for all sorts of things other than "prank messages". For example, purchasing quantities of the good smoke (thats marijuana to you).

    Now, you might argue that that is illegal, but the problem is that now we really start crossing into some messy water.

    See, I doubt that hardly anyone in this country thinks that terrorism is a good thing. ...that killing otherwise innocent people is a good thing. But what about buying and smoking pot (this is just an example - there are millions of similar ones).

    Should those people be wiretapped for information that will send them to jail when all they have done is smoked some grass?

    I realize this might be a stretch for you, but the problem with unchecked wiretapping is that it exposes a whole new piece of our privacy to anyone who deems an act bad enough to come after you. I am sure there are cops who would LOVE to wiretap simpletons for the sake of stopping their drugging. Should that be allowed? It's just an opinion, but I sure don't think it should be allowed.

    So the point is, in this very litigious country, is someone going to find a way to 'extend' this governmental power down the line - into state and local governments. That is a HUGE concern to me. ...simply for the sake of everyday privacy.

     
  • At 1:15 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    ...as an extension to that - bear in mind that in addition to fighting our 'War on Terror', we are also fighting the 'War on Drugs'.

    So again, on my above thoughts, why can't the president just start tapping people's phones who are suspected of selling drugs? ..or suspected of contacting those selling drugs?

     
  • At 6:47 PM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    President doesn't need to tap the druggies phones, DEA does fine on it's own, along with the nice guys on THE SHIELD. And funny, Tom Daschle, and Bill Nelson- both Democrats, support tapping, whoa! Could that mean prying into a terrorist's sensitivities may save lives?

    Perish the thought? What Would Jack Bauer Do?

    WWJBD?

    Jack'd have more stuff up these terrorist's asses than any horny goat or proctologist could dare rival!

    Bug em, let em feel the heat and not us for a change. FYI- FBI, if you bug me, you won't find crap as I am not a terrorist. Peace.

     

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