Dr. King’s Dream is Nowhere in Sight
Since liberals have perverted the dream to make heroes out of those whose character is not good but their skin color is right. It’s a very sad state on what is a great legacy.
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You know, speaking of the civil rights coalition and the Martin Luther King 50th anniversary speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Wednesday, it’s not just Obama who is going to be making a speech. You know who else is gonna make a speech and who isn’t? Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton. Both of them, Carter and Clinton both, are products of the Jim Crow South. Bill Clinton’s mentor and one of his earlier idols was an Arkansas senator by the name of J. William Fulbright who was a segregationist.
Not one Republican is speaking at the Martin Luther King 50th anniversary confab, whatever they’re calling it, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Look, I assume some things are understood but maybe not. Do not add meaning where I’m not stating any. This Hill.com story says a number of black lawmakers are not happy with Obama because he’s not down for the struggle. I’ve been told privately, folks, that there’s a lot of unhappiness.
But it doesn’t mean that they’re gonna turn on him.
It’s the exact opposite.
They’re all afraid to. Everybody’s afraid to go against the regime. Both parties. Republicans are afraid to go against Obama en masse. I mean, there are three or four of them who aren’t, but that’s about it. But it’s the same thing in the Democrat Party. I’m just telling you what I’ve been told privately. I’m telling you what’s actually there. But I’m not saying when I point that out, that the civil rights coalition is gonna end up supporting Republicans or abandoning Obama. That is not my point.