Wednesday, July 12, 2006


Comparing a convicted felon to Jesus. And Martin. Nice touch, Reverend. CNNMoney (07.12.06):
"Friends and family lauded as a devout Christian and family leader the man who built Enron into an international energy powerhouse before its collapse in the biggest corporate scandal of its time. Lay, who was 64, died while vacationing in Colorado on July 5, just six weeks after a jury convicted him and former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling of conspiracy and fraud in the 2001 collapse of the energy company." Lay's memorial attracts power elite
"The Reverend Dr. Bill Lawson compared Lay with civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and Jesus Christ, and said his name would eventually be cleared." Clearly, these fucks live on a totally different planet than we do.


Blogger David E. Patton said...

i agree with you Mr Lay was not a great men who put other before himself. He is no Martin L King and doesn't come close to Jesus.

5:20 PM  

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