Thursday, March 31


Well, it appears I have some company in support of what I wrote yesterday regarding Jesse Jackson's so-called better-late-than-never appearance outside of Terri Schindler Schiavo's hospice in Pinellas Park, Florida, and his subsequent unproductive meetings in Tallahassee with Florida Governor Jeb Bush and some of the Florida state senators who voted against legislation that might have saved Terri's life.

Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson, founder and president of BOND (Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny), views Mr. Jackson's belated entry into the fray as self-serving.

He is using this case to get himself back in the news, just as he has done in the Michael Jackson molestation case.

Until Jesse Jackson repents for condoning the culture of death and the killing of millions of black babies in the black women's womb, he cannot be trusted.
But, while the good reverend's lobbying efforts on behalf of Terri Schiavo were, alas, all for naught, it appears to have led to the emergence of an interesting pair of bedfellows amid the woof and warp of this ongoing controversy. Sean Hannity has wholeheartedly endorsed Jesse Jackson's efforts on behalf of Bob and Mary Schindler. Who would have ever thought?