Wednesday, August 28, 2013

March on Washington, August 28, 1963

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  1. I tried ^ your effing diet plan and my weight ballooned, I became shorter, and my hair fell out. But thanks for the suggestion!

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    Today's celebration of MLK's brilliant, historical, and moving speech will be little more than an airing of grievances, presented by a man who has led a life of entitlement all the while complaining about the inequality he has suffered.

    There will be no call to judge others only by the content of their character. There will be no mention of the nobility of work, no matter the job. There will be no mention of the intact family. There will be no call to refuse the bitter cup of hatred.

    It will be a minstrel show of the putatively aggrieved, most of whom are in reality quite well off, continuing to tell the great lie that the salvation of Blacks in America can come only through the self-anointed leaders.

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    1. Sorry things did not work out for you Michael!

      It is a shame about the March on Washington celebrations. I would applaud President Obama if he used this occasion to engage in some tough love retrospection on character and cultural aspirations. Our problems in America today are far less related to race and far more related to diminished character and culture.

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  2. I remember that well.

    King's dream was a nightmare for the hard Left and they were soon on him for not protesting the Vietnam war and being more confrontational.

    That's what brought him to Memphis in '68.

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  3. Notice those buildings along the left side of the reflecting pool, which aren't there now?

    Just more of those "temporary" gov't things that hang around for 5 decades too long.

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  4. Blacks haven't made themselves better. Instead they cry about their victimization to the detriment of themselves and everyone else in their community. Oh, they know they are doing it to themselves, but it's easier to blame whitey than it is to point the finger back at themselves.

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  5. Blacks haven't made themselves better. Instead they cry about their victimization to the detriment of themselves and everyone else in their community. Oh, they know they are doing it to themselves, but it's easier to blame whitey than it is to point the finger back at themselves.

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