King Of Pop May Diss Roberts
Roberts was dismissive of White House aides who suggested Reagan send a letter congratulating pop star Michael Jackson on giving underprivileged children free tickets to Washington-area concerts.
"I hate sounding like one of Mr. Jackson's records, constantly repeating the same refrain, but I recommend we not approve this letter," he wrote. "Frankly I find the obsequious attitude of some members of the White House staff toward Mr. Jackson's attendants, and the fawning posture they would have the president of the United States adopt, more than a little embarrassing."
Lucid, proper music criticism and spot on. Troubling though, thinking that Reagan staffers were fawning and obsequious towards Jackson ... eeeuw.