"Character, in the long run, is the decisive factor in the life of an individual and of nations alike." -- Theodore Roosevelt
I'm sure he's rolled over in his grave from the racism that spews from Al Sharpton's tiny brain.Boy, now THERE's a shining example of black leadership.
I'm sure he has rolled over in his grave from people thinking he would be in step with a democrat party that favors gay marriage and the killing of unborn children. He may not even like that they think he was a democrat.
Oh, just for the record - MLK is a good man. You might hear some rumblings about a comment I made over at Z's blog, but there's absolutely no apologies coming from me over it since I call it like I see it.And that's just how I roll.
MLK is a hero of mine. I know he wasn't perfect, and I hate what the Dems have done to his legacy. I hope his dreams really do come true someday.
Steve..no rumblings..from whom? You're entitled to your opinion! I'm glad you contributed it. Pops...wonderful video and appropriate lyrics. I couldn't help wondering what Dr King would be thinking about so many Black Muslims today. I think he'd grieve. I need to look into the relationship between him and Malcolm X, for example...I remember when the Lakers' Keith Wilkes became Jamal Wilkes, son of a Baptist minister! Daddy so sadly said "Honey, think what his father's feeling now." I think Dr King would have felt like Wilkes' Dad.
PF, I second your comment. Lefties just HATE the FACT that MLK was a REPUBLICAN.
MLK's vision has been corrupted...
These current Dims go on and on about JFK, Lincoln, MLK, etc. Abortion, anti-Americanism, anti-military, anti-Semitism, gay marraige.These men would as likely vomit as anything else when they saw what the modern Dems are doing with the country.
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