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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

"Relatives of Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Decry Lack of Coverage Amid Jackson Spectacle "

And who the hell can blame them for being pissed off and they can at least know that many of us feel the same way they do as all the cable channels are wall to wall Jackson coverage today of coarse

And CNN in particular has been in "all Jackson all day" Mode since the minute he died, sending Larry King and Anderson Cooper there to Neverland to follow Jermaine Jackson around like puppies throughout his dead brother's house and property, even though the place had been emptied out long ago by Jackson himself after the child pedophilia acquittal.

Even going nutty to the point of disbursing video on youtube purported to show the "Ghost Of Michael Jackson" in his pedophilic den known as his bedroom with 9 bolting locks on the door along with official denials about two days later from CNN. There's another video with a so called ghosting of Jackson with Pooper Anderson as well you can see here if you wish

As if any thinking person would have believed for a second that his ghost happened to show up during Larry King's interview with Marlon Brando's hanger on son Miko, who's accomplished nothing in his life and also claims to have been Jackson's best friend.

So to see and hear these poor relatives of our proud soldiers still being killed in Afghanistan and Iraq complaining about the lack of coverage is completely understandable

As the "self proclaimed 'King Of Pedophelia I mean Pop'" has literally drowned out the deaths of their loved ones thanks to our pathetic and sycophantic celebrity driven media, who when not planted on Jackson's front yard or road into his property as if he's going to appear any minute is firmly planted up the ass of Obama, which is equally is sickening but hopefully this Jackson death does end the worship of Obama if we're lucky

So thus at the very least we can post the story here of another American soldier killed in Afghanistan along with others since Jackson's death and this man's name and his angry relative's explanation is below in it's entirety. He deserves this coverage along with all the others we honor here on Wednesday since this blog started in 2006

Rest in Peace
Lt. Brian Bradshaw, 24,
Relatives of Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Decry Lack of Coverage Amid Jackson Spectacle

FOXNews.com:"A day before New York Rep. Peter King called Michael Jackson a “pervert” unworthy of nonstop media coverage, the aunt of a U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan on the same day Jackson died asked why her nephew's death went virtually unnoticed while the King of Pop got memorial shrines across the country.

'Mr. Jackson received days of wall-to-wall coverage in the media,' Martha Gillis wrote to the Washington Post. 'Where was the coverage of my nephew or the other soldiers who died that week?'

Gillis' nephew, Lt. Brian Bradshaw, 24, died in Kheyl, Afganistan, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle. Bradshaw, of Steilacoom, Wash., was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment, 4th Airborne Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division in Fort Richardson, Alaska. He was one of at least 13 U.S. soldiers to die in Afghanistan since Jackson's death on June 25.

Bradshaw's mother, Mary, said she agreed with Gillis, saying the nonstop coverage of Jackson's death has become 'totally ridiculous' and laughable.

'I can watch the news many nights and there's no mention of what's going on in Afghanistan or Iraq and there's boys dying over"

"I can watch the news many nights and there's no mention of what's going on in Afghanistan or Iraq and there's boys dying over there," Bradshaw told FOXNews.com. "Oh God, I can't talk."
Gillis, of Springfield, Va., could not be reached for comment. In her letter to the Washington Post, she described Bradshaw as a "thoroughly decent person with a wry sense of humor" who loved history, particularly the Civil War.

"He had old-fashioned values and believed that military service was patriotic and that actions counted more than talk," Gillis wrote. "He wasn't much for talking, although he could communicate volumes with a raised eyebrow."

Bradshaw, who graduated from Pacific Lutheran University, was the product of a military family. His father, Paul, is a retired National Guard helicopter pilot, and his mother is a retired Army nurse.

"He was a search-and-rescue volunteer, an altar boy, a camp counselor," Gillis' letter continued. "He carried the hopes and dreams of his parents willingly on his shoulders. What more than that did Michael Jackson do or represent that earned him memorial 'shrines,' while this soldier's death goes unheralded?"

Gillis said the only media outlets that covered Bradshaw's death were in his hometown of Steilacoom, Wash., and those where he was stationed before his deployment in March.

Gillis' sentiment echoes that of King, the Long Island, N.Y., congressman who called on society to stop "glorifying" Jackson in a YouTube video posted on Monday.

King said Jackson had been excessively praised in the days after his death while society ignored the efforts of teachers, police officers and veterans. In the two-minute video, King called the "day in and day out" coverage of Jackson's death "too politically correct."

"Let's knock out the psychobabble," he said in the video, which was taped outside an American Legion Hall in his district. "He was a pervert, a child molester; he was a pedophile. And to be giving this much coverage to him, day in and day out, what does it say about us as a country? I just think we're too politically correct."

King, who is among the possible Republican contenders to run against Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, acknowledged that Jackson "may have been a good singer" and "did some dancing," but he blasted the King of Pop as someone who could not be trusted around children.

"There's nothing good to say about this guy," King continued. "But the bottom line is, would you let your child or grandchild be in the same room as Michael Jackson?"


The urge to save humanity is always a false front for the urge to rule it. H. L. Mencken

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