Yes, Congressman Wilson of South Carolina, you showed some lack of civilized decorum in blurting out what you did. As a guest in your House, President Obama, should not be subjected to some crude comments by an elected official in the highest legislature in the land. You shamed the room, you shamed your party, you shamed your country, and you shamed yourself.
It is interesting, sometimes hilarious, the conclusions people draw about me from my blog. Remember, this blog is but one tiny piece of who I am. And I have tried in the past to post information about myself, but people come in and out of reading here, and they have no idea who I am. So...
Driving along in Shorewood, I noticed a kid on his bike. He was alone, He looked sad. I was mentally transported to my own childhood. I was sad often. My childhood was lonely, desolate, isolating, and I lilterally fed and clothed myself from the age of eight. I shined shoes in taverns, I sang for coins, I did whatever I had to do to exist. That boy on a bike, a kid I knew nothing about, had got me in touch with my own childhood years.
A resident of Idaho was stopped and treated like a terrorist because he had a Moslem-sounding name. We invaded Iraq on trumped up claims because right-wing leaders needed to get that long-dreamed thing done. We tapped innocent citizens phones with no court permission. We tortured prisoners. We had Osama bin Laden trapped in Torah Borah and let him get away...personally I think that George W. Bush had something to do with this because his family made its fortune off of the Saudi family by illegally trading with Nazi Germany. The same with arresting American citizens after the 9/11 tragedy and yet allowing ONLY Saudi citizens in the U.S. to fly out of the country. Remember, bin Laden is a Saudi and made his wealth under the Saudi umbrella...and so did Prescott Bush!