Forget educational inequality and the left’s attack on school choice and opportunity, the NAACP has more pressing issues they feel deserve attention. After condemning the tea party movement, the NAACP turned its attention to turning Michael Jackson’s estate into a state park. Facepalm:
A resolution is in the works to order state parks officials to study converting the roughly 2,600-acre property into a state park. The state NAACP is backing the idea, and a lawmaker has signaled he is on board to carry the legislation.
“I think Michael’s history is world history and I think it would become the No. 1 attraction for the state parks if we could pull it off,” said state NAACP President Alice Huffman, who also serves on the state Parks Commission.