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curious

Tucker, GA

#1 Mar 30, 2013
Discuss.
Stevie

Tucker, GA

#2 Mar 30, 2013
He had a dream.
Kidness

Des Moines, IA

#3 Mar 30, 2013
He helped the blacks move toward equality!
Peeps

Owensboro, KY

#4 Mar 30, 2013
Great man! To bad people like Marcellous Foster are undoing all of his hard work and sacrifice. Mr King would be ashamed at what some of my black brothers have become. He would be torn apart inside about how are president is dividing our country.
Tim

Benton, KY

#5 Mar 30, 2013
Peeps wrote:
Great man! To bad people like Marcellous Foster are undoing all of his hard work and sacrifice. Mr King would be ashamed at what some of my black brothers have become. He would be torn apart inside about how are president is dividing our country.
He isn't dividing anything. He has offered olive branches to the republicans time and time again but they keep voting no on any legislation that would move our country forward. The American people have voted for Mr. Obama twice because we know it's the tea party jerks that are trying to sabotage everything in order to put their ideology ahead of the well being of our nation.
Stock Options

Benton, KY

#6 Mar 30, 2013
Tim wrote:
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He isn't dividing anything. He has offered olive branches to the republicans time and time again but they keep voting no on any legislation that would move our country forward. The American people have voted for Mr. Obama twice because we know it's the tea party jerks that are trying to sabotage everything in order to put their ideology ahead of the well being of our nation.
You should invest in Kraft Foods, because as much Kool_Aid that you have obviously drank, at least you could get some return on the money you've spent. Your hero can't even send in a budget on time,yet you're talking about him moving the country forward. The blame game is going to run out pretty soon for both sides, but the big O and company thinks 20 trillion in debt by 2016 is alright. I guess we'll wait and see, now that's going to make everyone's share about 66.5 thousand. But have no fear, this administration probably will soon start counting everyone's pets into the debt per individual figure. That's how they do it now, that way it won't sound so bad. You know, spread the wealth and the debt.
Louie

Tucker, GA

#7 Mar 30, 2013
Stock Options wrote:
<quoted text>You should invest in Kraft Foods, because as much Kool_Aid that you have obviously drank, at least you could get some return on the money you've spent. Your hero can't even send in a budget on time,yet you're talking about him moving the country forward. The blame game is going to run out pretty soon for both sides, but the big O and company thinks 20 trillion in debt by 2016 is alright. I guess we'll wait and see, now that's going to make everyone's share about 66.5 thousand. But have no fear, this administration probably will soon start counting everyone's pets into the debt per individual figure. That's how they do it now, that way it won't sound so bad. You know, spread the wealth and the debt.
So who would do a better job and why is that person incapable of getting elected?
Jon B

Benton, KY

#8 Mar 30, 2013
Stock Options wrote:
<quoted text> You should invest in Kraft Foods, because as much Kool_Aid that you have obviously drank, at least you could get some return on the money you've spent. Your hero can't even send in a budget on time,yet you're talking about him moving the country forward. The blame game is going to run out pretty soon for both sides, but the big O and company thinks 20 trillion in debt by 2016 is alright. I guess we'll wait and see, now that's going to make everyone's share about 66.5 thousand. But have no fear, this administration probably will soon start counting everyone's pets into the debt per individual figure. That's how they do it now, that way it won't sound so bad. You know, spread the wealth and the debt.
That may sound like a lot of debt to you but it's not. As a percentage of GDP it was much higher during WWII. It also sounds like a lot of money per person but that's only because it's a lot to people like you and me. This is because the vast majority of the wealth in this nation is in the hands of a very small number of people. To them that number doesn't add up to a hill of beans. They own all the important land, resources, and capital. Meanwhile their corporations they are invested in are having record profits on the backs of increasing productivity of workers who are not seeing any of that in increased wages. While profits are up and productivity is up we are getting lower pay, reduced benefits, heavier work loads, disappearing pensions, and worse conditions. Now the conservatives are wanting to take away our social security and medicare. The people that own this country and have the politicians and judges in their pockets are in total control while we will all be lucky if we land minimum wage jobs. And you are the one drinking the Kool Aid at least while you can still afford it.
Stock Options

Benton, KY

#9 Mar 30, 2013
Louie wrote:
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So who would do a better job and why is that person incapable of getting elected?
A leader, not a salesman and full time campaigner. As far as getting elected, if the media backed them like they do the big O, all they'd have to do too win, is walk and breathe. Walking would be optional.
Louie

Tucker, GA

#10 Mar 30, 2013
Stock Options wrote:
<quoted text>A leader, not a salesman and full time campaigner. As far as getting elected, if the media backed them like they do the big O, all they'd have to do too win, is walk and breathe. Walking would be optional.
What a bunch of crap. Your pick can run a country but not handle the media? What a conspiratard.

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#11 Mar 31, 2013
Jon B wrote:
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That may sound like a lot of debt to you but it's not. As a percentage of GDP it was much higher during WWII. It also sounds like a lot of money per person but that's only because it's a lot to people like you and me. This is because the vast majority of the wealth in this nation is in the hands of a very small number of people. To them that number doesn't add up to a hill of beans. They own all the important land, resources, and capital. Meanwhile their corporations they are invested in are having record profits on the backs of increasing productivity of workers who are not seeing any of that in increased wages. While profits are up and productivity is up we are getting lower pay, reduced benefits, heavier work loads, disappearing pensions, and worse conditions. Now the conservatives are wanting to take away our social security and medicare. The people that own this country and have the politicians and judges in their pockets are in total control while we will all be lucky if we land minimum wage jobs. And you are the one drinking the Kool Aid at least while you can still afford it.
Facts are not always welcome here when discussing politics.
Stock Options

Benton, KY

#12 Mar 31, 2013
Louie wrote:
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What a bunch of crap. Your pick can run a country but not handle the media? What a conspiratard.
Media control? Are you serious? They've already chose the road they're following. Yet you call me a conspiritard. That would almost be funny, if not for your seriousness about it. Quite obvious to see your position. I just wonder how well Mr. King would fare in these times. A Christian man with morals, the lw media would chew him up and spit him out. Just like they do anybody else nowadays that doesn't conform to their propaganda. No conspiracy there though, just brainwashed followers who think they are not doing a disservice, the likes of which has never been seen.
Ronnie

Tucker, GA

#13 Mar 31, 2013
Stock Options wrote:
<quoted text>Media control? Are you serious? They've already chose the road they're following. Yet you call me a conspiritard. That would almost be funny, if not for your seriousness about it. Quite obvious to see your position. I just wonder how well Mr. King would fare in these times. A Christian man with morals, the lw media would chew him up and spit him out. Just like they do anybody else nowadays that doesn't conform to their propaganda. No conspiracy there though, just brainwashed followers who think they are not doing a disservice, the likes of which has never been seen.
Morals? Like cheating on his wife.
Stock Options

Benton, KY

#14 Mar 31, 2013
Jon B wrote:
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That may sound like a lot of debt to you but it's not. As a percentage of GDP it was much higher during WWII. It also sounds like a lot of money per person but that's only because it's a lot to people like you and me. This is because the vast majority of the wealth in this nation is in the hands of a very small number of people. To them that number doesn't add up to a hill of beans. They own all the important land, resources, and capital. Meanwhile their corporations they are invested in are having record profits on the backs of increasing productivity of workers who are not seeing any of that in increased wages. While profits are up and productivity is up we are getting lower pay, reduced benefits, heavier work loads, disappearing pensions, and worse conditions. Now the conservatives are wanting to take away our social security and medicare. The people that own this country and have the politicians and judges in their pockets are in total control while we will all be lucky if we land minimum wage jobs. And you are the one drinking the Kool Aid at least while you can still afford it.
So you're all for the status quo of the present administration, so it seems. An almost unbearable debt is just nothing, why they can turn that around in a heart beat, so you imply. Truth is, both parties are worthless sell outs to the so called owners of this country, as you say. I maybe drinking some kool-aid, the plain with no sugar, you must be on the mega dose, spiked kind. Because if you think what the big O and company are doing is working, it's for damn sure I'm lost in translation.
Stock Options

Benton, KY

#15 Mar 31, 2013
Ronnie wrote:
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Morals? Like cheating on his wife.
See, it's already started. Don't forget to spit after you chew.
Ronnie

Tucker, GA

#16 Mar 31, 2013
Stock Options wrote:
<quoted text>See, it's already started. Don't forget to spit after you chew.
It's true.

http://www.ibtimes.com/martin-luther-king-che...
Kidness

Des Moines, IA

#17 Apr 1, 2013
Love how this discussion turned from a vague Mr. King discuss.... to Obama politics.... lol
Could u do better

Henderson, KY

#18 Apr 1, 2013
Everyone is entitled to their opinion but question could u do better????
Just Saying

United States

#19 Apr 3, 2013
I'm 99% sure that whoever started this post was talking about the vice principle at CCHS and not MLK.
second opinion

United States

#20 Apr 3, 2013
Yep!
Just Saying wrote:
I'm 99% sure that whoever started this post was talking about the vice principle at CCHS and not MLK.

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