Monday, January 21, 2013

Barack Hussein Obama is no Martin Luther King

In his resonating 'I Have A Dream' speech, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. warned of "drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred."

Sadly today, by preaching the politics of envy and class warfare, a divisive Barack Obama serves up that cup to Democrat Party minions who greedily guzzle from it.

Because of that, I cannot fathom how anyone who really celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day would ever vote (for a) Democrat.

Democrats: The Missing Years -- "The party that championed slavery and segregation erases its race record from history."

The DNC's Bold Lies -- "The lies are big, bold and prominent. ... literally akin to writing a history of Germany that ends in 1933 and resumes in 1946, neatly skipping those historic trivialities of Adolf Hitler, the Nazis, and the mass murder of six million Jews (not to mention that small skirmish called World War II) — why is there any surprise, any surprise at all, at the recent repeated surfacing of the culture of racism — judging others by skin color — by Obama media allies and politicians? This cultural rot has been the backbone of American liberalism and its political party the Democrats — for 212 years. No wonder the DNC feels it has to lie." ~Jeffrey Lord

Clayton E. Cramer: The Racist Roots of Gun Control


The Meaning of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Anne Sorock: Martin Luther King, Jr.’s way is not the Chicago way

Morning Bell: MLK, Obama and Opportunity

Text of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 'I Have A Dream' speech

Teaching Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday

AEI Citizenship – Preparing for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Facebook: AEI Program on American Citizenship

Amy A. Kass and and Leon R. Kass on The Meaning of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, as part of the What So We Proudly Hail project
Facebook: What So Proudly We Hail