MLK’s Dream and What Obama Delivered

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  • Juaniita

    You got that right.

  • Sheik Yerbouti

    They voted for his color and got an imposter. An imposter who is STILL fooling them.

  • Dyer’s Eve

    MLK was a decent man. Obama is the Third Antichrist.

    • bluffcreek1967

      No, MLK was NOT a decent man. He was plagiarizer, serial adulterer, a communist at-heart, and a charlatan. He was a social agitator similar to Obama, but they weren’t called “community organizers” back then.

      He wanted blacks to be judged by the content of their character, but he failed to realize that once the world actually did that, blacks would be even more hated! Whites avoid blacks solely because blacks have proven to all of us the “content of their character.”

      All the MLK’s in the world have been unable to stop black deviancy, black criminal pathology, and the increasing black-on-white crime that’s been occurring for years.

      “We’re All the Same, Right?” http://www.ambrosekane.com

  • Seek

    Martin Luther King’s vision hasn’t been “betrayed.” Regrettably, it’s been fulfilled. King was a self-professed radical who sought to permanently transform America. Barack Obama is the end result (for now) of that ongoing campaign.

    Few illusions in political discourse today irk me more than that commonly held by “conservatives” casting King as a man of the Right; it was merely his self-serving Leftist successors, you see, who twisted his magnificent message. One routinely finds such nonsense on the posting boards of Town Hall, Human Events and National Review. Why here as well?

  • antioli

    Maybe Obama has misunderstood “We Shall Overcome”

  • dennis x

    He was a republican!

    • bluffcreek1967

      Who, MLK? No, he wasn’t. He tried to stay somewhat neutral so that he could manipulate both parties. However, he did admit that his votes were pretty much along the Democrat ticket. Regardless, he was no friend to modern-day conservatives. If he were alive today, he would have been completely supportive of Obama.

      http://www.ambrosekane.com