Congressman Pete King: “Worship the State, Not Michael Jackson”

Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Posted in category State Worship

King is pissed that a “lowlife named Michael Jackson” is all over the media. This snippet shows King to be an incoherent gasbag, almost reminding me of Barney Frank. He misuses terms, here, and he publicly accuses Jackson of one crime after another. He calls Jackson a pedophile, pervert, and child molester, and then he refers to the media attention as “psychobabble” (misused term #1). He then refers to the adulation of Jackson as being “politically correct” (misused term #2).

He proceeds to say that we should be “glorifying” (his word) people who “sacrifice” for this country: the troops fighting wars, teachers, firemen, police, AIDS volunteers, and teachers that “work in rough neighborhoods.” All government workers, of course. This is the way things typically are, and that is the politically correct line. The lionization of Michael Jackson is streaming across the headlines, taking attention away from the government and its incessant propaganda in dire economic times, and it is making these establishment guys furious.

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6 Responses to Congressman Pete King: “Worship the State, Not Michael Jackson”

  1. S.M. Oliva says:

    July 7th, 2009 at 8:17 am

    Interesting that King glorifies the state, yet he seems to reject the not-guilty verdict the state’s courts reached in the criminal molestation case against Jackson. Perhaps the jury wasn’t adequately stacked with “heroic” state employees.

  2. Robin says:

    July 7th, 2009 at 8:44 am

    Weird as Michael Jackson was, he never forced anyone to pay him a dime. Nor did he sanctimoniously demand glorification from the general public. And as effeminate as his mannerisms and appearance became, there is a worse transvestitism in a corrupt, fascistic state clothing itself in the symbology and slogans of a free nation.

  3. clark says:

    July 7th, 2009 at 11:44 am

    An upside down homeower I know spent quite a while today going off about how she is sick of seeing Jackson on TV. I told her to turn off the TV. The horror, oh the horror, she couldn’t bear to do that. I’ve noticed many other regular people with the same attitude, attached to the idea of guilty Even IF proven innocent, it’s all the rage.

  4. Shannon says:

    July 7th, 2009 at 3:16 pm

    People always need something to fixate on and whine about. How hard is it to get up, or pick up a remote and turn off the brain drain? Besides, there are so many other things to be doing with ones time.

  5. Jeanie Queenie says:

    July 8th, 2009 at 12:52 am

    I had to laugh when Karen said, “This snippet shows King to be an incoherent gasbag, almost reminding me of Barney Frank.”, for that is a fairly good description of this recalcitrant man/child initialized BF. You can also use your imagination on Barney’s particular initials and what they could describe about him. Karen having said that about Barney (a gasbag), she attributes far too nice a handle for this miserable Massachusetts moron who is far more than a gasbag as written by Tom Flocco in his revelation of Bless the Beasts and the Children. To learn more check out this url… In this eye-opening, stomach-sickening account one can learn of BF’s part in a pedophile ring in WA, and a sex encounter with the frankfurter in his Boston home basement. For more information on how your government is screwing you over (along with little boys) check out this url when time permits, but make sure you take a stiff drink to stomach the utterly sickening stuff you’ll read about our not so nice folks in WA…. As for Michael Jackson, I don’t believe this man did anything nefarious with little kids. Too many leeches are willing to conjure up stories to get at one’s money that they so envy. We now witness this as our govt, via the stimulus packages, attempts to suck every last penny from all of us. Poor Michael was no doubt victimized by similar thieves. Robin sums it up well in those last two lines above. Indeed our govt is a cross dressing devil tramping across the world stage in drag, daring to drag us down with their dumb and devious devices destined to devitalize and destroy via despoiliation.

  6. Tom Osborne says:

    July 10th, 2009 at 12:07 am

    The cool thing is that the Congressman lost his next election due to that comment. How did he ever win in the first place; he speaks like his mouth is full of marbles (like his head).

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