And we thought Hillary Clinton went overboard with her pandering attempt to honor Rosa Parks on the 60th anniversary of her refusal to give up her bus seat to a white man. Many politicians made room in their Twitter feeds and web sites today to honor Parks: President Obama, having already posted a photo of himself to mark the anniversary, ended up in the first lady’s tribute instead.

Filmmaker Michael Moore, however, proposed more than a tweet to mark the Rosa Parks anniversary.

It’s interesting to see how the idea of civil rights has progressed. Honoring the actions of Parks today includes releasing all nonviolent drug offenders of all races from prison (something that President Obama would like to have as part of his legacy, it seems) and providing free college to everyone.

Does he know that plenty of minorities own their own businesses and do their own hiring?