I Have a Dream Speech: 50 Years Later, Still the Greatest of All Time?

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Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech from Washington's Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963, fifty years ago today.

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    The MLK movement has been lost. To have Al Sharpton speaking for ANY group of people is blasphemy in itself. There is no longer is a cause there is nothing but blame. There is no looking to the future it's looking at the past. In hindsight, even considering the thought that Obama would somehow be a "Bridge" is utterly ridiculous, just as ridiculous as the old woman on election night in 08 standing there saying that Obama "gonna buy me a House" as the crowd cheered. MLK was probably the single most influential figure ever "AFTER HIS DEATH" and look at what it's come to. It's hard for people to embrace when one minute they are accused of being racist and in the next breath they are asked to be understanding. Personally- I never was told that anyone owed me anything. I was never told that life was fair. What MLK said was the content of your character and THAT still applies but the problem usually is that RACISM LABELING is so UPFRONT that it defines the CHARACTER of a person speaking.. The White Liberals are without a doubt ruining Blacks. They are in bed with each other and the rest of us have turned away from any kind of desire to listen at their grievance. Blacks are not stupid but they have a poor judge of CHARACTER! Just because someone (WHITE LIBERALS) agrees with you DOES NOT mean he has your best interest at heart. Blacks need to get away from that ball & chain (Democratic party) or they will continue to do without. Allen West, Larry Elders, JC Watts etc.




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