I won't speak ill of the dead
I won't speak ill of the dead.
I won't speak ill of the children who were killed by the bombs that were dropped on Iraq, the right-wing pundits may have cheered the bombings that killed those children but I won't.
I won't speak ill of the people who die every single day because they can not afford health insurance and were not able to get public assistance because the corporate shills scream "socialism" whenever someone tries to get help for people in need.
I won't speak ill of the homeless who die on the streets of America, some of them received help from community organizations such as ACORN for example but when those organizations came under attack underprivileged communities that were already struggling were left with even less support.
I won't speak ill of the gay teen who commits suicide after being bullied, maybe if the right-wing media had not spent so much time convincing people that being a homophobe is a moral duty the bullying would have never happened and that teen might still be alive.
I won't speak ill of the cancer victim who died because they were exposed to toxic chemicals in the environment, nor will I speak ill of the workers who die after safety standards are lowered because the Tea Party demanded less regulation.
I won't speak ill of the former death row inmate in Georgia who the evidence suggested may be innocent but was killed anyways while a group of people who call themselves "pro-life".
No I won't speak ill of the dead, and I demand those who cheer wars of aggression to stop speaking ill of the dead as well.
She said, "Mama said always say good about the dead. He's dead. Good."
Now, I thought that about Falwell and I think that about Breitbart. Too bad. If karma will then bite me on the butt, then that's what it is.
It was about Falwell but you could say the same about Breitbart after that scathing eulogy he wrote about Ted Kennedy.