On This Day: Martin Luther King Jr. G...

On This Day: Martin Luther King Jr. Gives "I Have a Dream" Speech

There are 42 comments on the www.findingdulcinea.com story from Aug 28, 2009, titled On This Day: Martin Luther King Jr. Gives "I Have a Dream" Speech. In it, www.findingdulcinea.com reports that:

On Aug. 28, 1963, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his now famous "I Have a Dream" speech at the March on Washington.

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Since: Nov 08

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#1 Aug 28, 2009
Martin Luther King was a republican. So was his father. MLK spent most of his time trying to fight the slander campaign thrown at him unmercilessly by the brutal democrats. Just Google it. It's all there.
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Since: Sep 07

Toledo, OH

#3 Aug 28, 2009
Eighthman wrote:
Martin Luther King was a republican. So was his father. MLK spent most of his time trying to fight the slander campaign thrown at him unmercilessly by the brutal democrats. Just Google it. It's all there.
Why is everything a political issue for you? Per you and others if Dr King was alive he would have voted for President Obama. Right?(since blacks vote only for race) LOL

nmweatherman

“l'enfer, c'est les autres”

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#4 Aug 28, 2009
Well, time marches on...and on...and on...time to trot out the MLK "I have a dream" thingy yet again. Well, here's this (late) agitator and "community organizer's" real dream:

http://i579.photobucket.com/albums/ss239/nmwe...

His dream is at last coming true...we have Communists and Socialists in the White House.
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“Make America Great Again”

Since: Jun 07

Bring Obama Back!

#6 Aug 28, 2009
Dr. Martin Luther King was a man of peace, love, justice and equality for all; nothing there sounds anything near what a republican stands for. Plus, it was a right-wing republican that killed him,(the same kind of right-wingers that are coming out to town hall meetings and other peaceful public events with weapons.

Furthermore, I love the way the right now needs to either claim one of ours as their own, or place a token as the head of the RNC in order to try and fool people into thinking that they are diverse and not the Whites Only- political Party. I laugh at your desperate stupidity because nobody is being fooled and you guys look like pathetic clowns.
NO BAMA

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#7 Aug 28, 2009
nmweatherman wrote:
His dream is at last coming true...we have Communists and Socialists in the White House.
That wasn't his dream.

ML King's dream was that people would be judged by the "Content of their character and not the color of their skin". If that was the case, Obama would have never gotten elected.

When he died, Jessie Jackson pushed his way in and put his blood all over his shirt. ML King did not like Jessie Jackson and his wife hated Jessie Jackson. He wore the same shirt for 2 days trying to rile people up. Jessie Jackson like Obama wanted to be the next "Lincoln" without actually doing anything and the hate and divide created by Obama, Jackson, Rev Write, and their followers has nothing to do with "Content of ones character!"

These idiots would have elected Michael Jackson if he ran for office! ML King would be crying to see what has become of his dream!
Responsibility

Long Beach, CA

#8 Aug 28, 2009
nmweatherman wrote:
His dream is at last coming true...we have Communists and Socialists in the White House.
You people are truly strange - you think by adding the words "communists and socialists" to everything it makes you look knowledgeable.

It does not.

nmweatherman

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#9 Aug 28, 2009
Y'all give me a break. Even Bill Cosby is taking black people to task.
Master Yoda

Houston, TX

#10 Aug 28, 2009
...I have a DREAM................One day..........there will be NO MORE OBAMA the C-O-M-M-U-N-I-S-T.

nmweatherman

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#11 Aug 28, 2009
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Dr. Martin Luther King was a man of peace, love, justice and equality for all; nothing there sounds anything near what a republican stands for. Plus, it was a right-wing republican that killed him,(the same kind of right-wingers that are coming out to town hall meetings and other peaceful public events with weapons.
Furthermore, I love the way the right now needs to either claim one of ours as their own, or place a token as the head of the RNC in order to try and fool people into thinking that they are diverse and not the Whites Only- political Party. I laugh at your desperate stupidity because nobody is being fooled and you guys look like pathetic clowns.
The only clowns here are those pretending to be Marines or ex-Marines to defame the "Corps," not "Corp."

Get on back to Daily KOS to bathe in your disinformation puddle.

“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#12 Aug 28, 2009
Responsibility wrote:
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You people are truly strange - you think by adding the words "communists and socialists" to everything it makes you look knowledgeable.
It does not.
of course ... to appear knowledgeable, you have to add the words, "telepwomter" and "dontcha, betcha, think ... wink, wink".

works for you.
lol!

“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#13 Aug 28, 2009
nmweatherman wrote:
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The only clowns here are those pretending to be Marines or ex-Marines to defame the "Corps," not "Corp."
Get on back to Daily KOS to bathe in your disinformation puddle.
he/she/it is a troll, and, a bad one at that...
ignore it, it WILL go away.
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#16 Aug 28, 2009
Martin Luther King was a true American Visionary, who paid the ultimate price for his beliefs.

A truly GREAT MAN.

If Dr. King could see today what He gave his life for, I am sure he would be deeply saddened.

Rest in peace Dr. King....we need someone like you today.
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Responsibility

San Bruno, CA

#18 Aug 28, 2009
carey529 wrote:
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"telepwomter"
Telepwomter doesn't work for me but telepwwwwwwompter works!

nmweatherman

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#19 Aug 28, 2009
Very Popular wrote:
Rest in peace Dr. King....we need someone like you today.
Why on earth would we need another commie agitator and "community organizer" when the Washington D.C. of 2009 is full of them?

Like Hussein, MLK's main talent was "oration." And since his orating, America has only deteriorated, with more and more Balkanization and polarization. What does this tell us?

You CANNOT socially engineer people! You never could, and you never will! You can lead me to the melting pot, but you can't make me melt!

“"I'm A Great American!"”

Since: Sep 08

Obama Nation! USA! USA!

#20 Aug 28, 2009
Responsibility wrote:
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Telepwomter doesn't work for me but telepwwwwwwompter works!
Maybe he attended the Elmer Fudd School of public speaking?

LOL!!! That would explain a lot!
Waldo

White House, TN

#21 Aug 28, 2009
Eighthman wrote:
Martin Luther King was a republican. So was his father. MLK spent most of his time trying to fight the slander campaign thrown at him unmercilessly by the brutal democrats. Just Google it. It's all there.
I Googled it and this is what I found:

In 1960, King was arrested for trespassing during a sit-in and held in Georgia's Reidsville prison. Fearing for his son's life, Martin Luther King Sr. appealed to presidential candidate John F. Kennedy to secure his release.

When King was freed, his father vowed to deliver 10 million votes to the Democrat, even though Kennedy was only a reluctant supporter of civil rights. That began four decades of black people voting for liberals.

The younger King voted for Kennedy, and for Democrat Lyndon B. Johnson four years later. In that election, King publicly denounced the Republican candidate, Barry Goldwater.

Today, the vast majority of black voters are Democrats, including former ambassador to the United Nations Andrew Young and former presidential hopeful Jesse L. Jackson, two former King aides.
King Tut

Anchorage, AK

#22 Aug 28, 2009
I have a dream, that someday, liberals will not use race to promote communism without the "useful idiots" knowing what they are doing to their future and childrens future.

We must go to the mountain top to abolish the most destructive thing that has made us look like criminals to the general public of Americans.

Yes, I see the day when RAP MUSIC will no longer brainwash our young people to drop out of school, committ crime and sell drugs and overpopulate the jails of this former great land.

Good God almighty, we just may be free of ourselves at last!!!!
King Tut

Anchorage, AK

#23 Aug 28, 2009
Yes, giving his life so that Blacks can be judged by their "character" which seems to have a lot to do with RAP MUSIC CRIMINAL CULTURE must be a b i t c h!!!
Very Popular wrote:
Martin Luther King was a true American Visionary, who paid the ultimate price for his beliefs.
A truly GREAT MAN.
If Dr. King could see today what He gave his life for, I am sure he would be deeply saddened.
Rest in peace Dr. King....we need someone like you today.

Very Popular

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#24 Aug 28, 2009
King Tut wrote:
Yes, giving his life so that Blacks can be judged by their "character" which seems to have a lot to do with RAP MUSIC CRIMINAL CULTURE must be a b i t c h!!!<quoted text>
I agree

However Dr King was a Great Man, who paid the ulimate price for his beliefs, there is no way around that.

Most of us know about the "culture" today, and I, do not equate the sad state of affairs in any way to the Legacy of Dr King

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#25 Aug 28, 2009
nmweatherman wrote:
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Why on earth would we need another commie agitator and "community organizer" when the Washington D.C. of 2009 is full of them?
Like Hussein, MLK's main talent was "oration." And since his orating, America has only deteriorated, with more and more Balkanization and polarization. What does this tell us?
You CANNOT socially engineer people! You never could, and you never will! You can lead me to the melting pot, but you can't make me melt!
I understand your point of view.

As a matter of fact, I agree with it 100%.

I do not think it is fair to associate Dr. King with the so called black leaders in place today.

When Dr. King was here, there WERE serious problems that needed to be changed.

The man died for what He believed in, and I will always hold a Man who does that in the highest regard.

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