Jesse Jackson led a pro-Bingo march in Montgomery, Alabama over the weekend. Because when you think of civil and voting rights and economic justice, you think Bingo:
The Rev. Jesse Jackson led a march of about 200 people down Dexter Avenue to the Alabama Capitol to rally supporting bingo jobs in the state.
Jackson said the bingo debate ongoing in Alabama is a voting rights issue and a matter of economic justice. Counties voted for bingo, Jackson said, and the vote should be respected.
It’s a shame that the rights movement seems to have made no progress since Selma, isn’t is?
This coming weekend Jackson plans to lead a “Government-Funded Yahtzee Jobs NOW!” rally in Memphis.
At least the children of Montgomery managed to learn a valuable lesson about what makes America great — Bingo!
If you want to vote so bad, just call ACORN, kid. Maybe you already have voted.