Alright. This is getting to be a little much. Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. led Congress in taking a few moments to honor the passing of Michael Jackson with moments of silence.Hot Air writes:

What’s more irritating here, that the House would interrupt national business for this or that JJJ would have the stones to pay tribute to the “grace” and “mercy” of a guy who was accused of child molestation more than once and was known to pay $20+ million settlements in hush money to his accusers?

Now, could you just imagine if the Pope said some kind words or asked for a moment of silence for a priest who’d been accused of similar outrages.

Something tells me, it wouldn’t go too well.