posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 06:23 PM
Originally posted by JaxonRoberts
Go to Youtube and check out the entire video. He starts off by talking about veterans, service members, war memorials and the lack of coverage
concerning the two wars we are engaged in. He then goes into the MJ overcoverage and scolds the media for giving it way too much coverage when there
are much more important issues that deserve coverage, but aren't getting it because of all the brewhaha about the dead pedophile!
I agree about the lack of relative coverage given to our MIL, just look at the Little Rock shooting of the recruiter for instance in June. That
incident received almost no coverage in comparison to other stories, and for that the MSM is wrong.
However, this representative needs to shut his mouth. MJ is dead, and ranting about him being a bad person, a pedophile, etc., is completely off base,
and ludicrous. There is no proof that MJ was a pedophile, aside from the fact that he was sued by some trailer park queen (No offense to trailer park
folks here, but I do mean it in a metaphorical sense). MJ spent countless hours of his time, and countless millions of dollars, in his support of
charities and disabled children the world over.
If you speak to anyone who actually knew the guy, MJ cared for children, and he would do anything within his power to protect them from ever being
harmed. He was a religious man, as he deeply held the belief in Jesus' caring of children, and in the belief of Children as pure and innocent people.
I do not know about you, but these do not sound like the actions of a bad person. He had quirks, and he was odd in regards to this appearance, but he
should not be judged by such. Was is not Dr. King who reminded us that we should not judge individuals by their appearance, but rather through their
character? MJ had a huge heart, and due to his complete openness, and odd appearance, it was extremely easy to cast labels upon him as a result of
Also, you can claim to cast judgment from a court case all that you wish, but holding a label upon someone who remains Not Guilty is utterly wrong,
and runs contrary to everything which our Justice System stands for.