Skip to comments.Obama'a Speech Tomorrow. Anniversary of I Have A Dream speech(VANITY)
Posted on 08/27/2008 12:02:06 PM PDT by mware
Tomorrow is the anniversary of Dr Martin Luther King's, I Have A Dream, speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial.
Given the design I have seen, the props are going to represent the Lincoln Memorial.
My take on the speech tomorrow is that he is going to attempt to make himself appear as the fulfillment of Dr King's speech.
Did this really need a vanity?
Hmmm. The stage set looks somewhat like the Lincoln Memorial. I wonder how much Obama is going to “borrow” from MLK’s speech. This ougta be good. I’m gonna pop me some popcorn.....
I want it on record.I can feel this in my bones.
Well if this it was Biden speaking we could be assured he would borrow bits and pieces of it.
Let’s be intellectually honest, that to have a black presidential nominee of a major political party helps fulfill the dream of Dr. King.
But I wish the left would be intellectually honest enough to say that Dr. King would not dwell on the color of skin. He would be more interested in the content of his character. And as this man is running for political office, Dr. King would be interested in the content of his political views. Dr. King would not automatically vote for a black candidate due to skin color.
Yeah, let's do be honest, since this is apparently Obama's hero. In addition to MLK's plagiarism, he was (according to the FBI) an embezzeler, an adulterer that liked to beat prostitutes and was also said to have been bisexual. So much for character, I don't care what the color of the skin. He was as big of a phoney as Obama is.
Since you started it......
“Ah hava Scheme!” (cue the fake Southern accent)
Lest anyone forget it was AG Bobby Kennedy that asked for permission from JFK to wiretap MLK.
Yep...MLK was being investigated for Communist connections.
Greek stage, MLK?
AHHH GAWD..GAG ME WITH A FORK. ON SECOND THOUGHT, MAKE THAT A BLENDER.
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