These are the puppets that lead this country. The Dallas police shooting hosted these two elite families at a public memorial event. During the event
they danced, sang, joked around, and acted like buffoons.
Is this how we behave at a funeral? If someone was doing this at your Mothers funeral, would you appreciate it? Keep in mind, the speeches they gave
rambled on about gun control. What a slap in the face to this police department and country. youtu.be...
I wouldn't call it dancing I would call it swaying to the music, I think he has had a drink and everyone attempted to do what he was doing to sort or
But in many places people dance at funerals.
It looked to me as if Mr. Bush was overly excited and that out of respect for the expotus the Obamas were smiling along with him. I see Mrs. Obama
making attempts to settle him down several times, but he just did not seem to want to. Obama himself looks over and smiles with him and then turns his
head away in an apparent attempt to ignore the display and be more solemn.
Have you ever been to a wake??? There is booze up the wazoo and all manner of laughing and dancing and telling stories about your dead. Hell I would
rather a party at my funeral than a bunch of cry babies. Come in jeans and a t shirt, bring a case of beer and bottle of bourbon. Get it the # on!
Not to take away anything from bush's ignorance, because God that man is ignorant. But I think he may have been swaying in an attempt to relieve
sciatic pain in his back and legs. Shifting the weight to one foot and back can keep the pain at bay until he can sit down again. The dancing was just
a way to play off the rocking, not realizing it would make him look like an idiot.
You can see his wife trying to control his loony behavior, and the Michelle (after looking over at George W in shock) and President Obama are look
totally awkward and embarrassed for him, that face you pull when you're rich drunk great aunt says something you all have to pretend to laugh at as
she may cut you out of the will.
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