http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs...pearance-at-the-grammys-heres-why-it-matters/ It looks as though Ferguson and "hands up, don't shoot" will just not go away? As two different music sets demonstrated solidarity for Brown by raising their hands in the now all too familiar "hands up, don't shoot" sign. They certainly have a right to protest. I am not taking that away from them. Nevertheless, to use a national music aw ards show as their personal "bully pulpit,"well, that is going too far! I wonder if another mucisian used their act to voice their displeasure with Obama and his failure to confront the immigration issue, or opening relations with Cuba would have been as well received as these two singers and their attempts to signal solidarity by raising their hands? BTW - for me, this was another display of stupidity, because forensics have proven Brown did not have his hands up when he was shot and killed after personally initiating a physical confrontation with a police officer. I wonder what others think (of course I already know what some of you think) about this ridiculous attempt to resurrect a controversial topic at a televised music awards show? Was it right or wrong?