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  • just a conservative girl 4:56 PM on 01/14/2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Photo of the Day – I Don’t Think This is What MLK was Dreaming About 

    How much more disrespectful can you be?

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  • just a conservative girl 9:01 AM on 10/24/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    The Vision Statement Reads……….. 

    I was looking something up and came across this:

    Dr. King championed a movement that draws fully from the deep well of America’s potential for freedom, opportunity, and justice. His vision of America is captured in his message of hope and possibility for a future anchored in dignity, sensitivity, and mutual respect; a message that challenges each of us to recognize that America’s true strength lies in its diversity of talents. The vision of a memorial in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. is one that captures the essence of his message, a message in which he so eloquently affirms the commanding tenants of the American Dream – Freedom, Democracy and Opportunity for All; a noble quest that gained him the Nobel Peace Prize and one that continues to influence people and societies throughout the world. Upon reflection, we are reminded that Dr. King’s lifelong dedication to the idea of achieving human dignity through global relationships of well being has served to instill a broader and deeper sense of duty within each of us— a duty to be both responsible citizens and conscientious stewards of freedom and democracy

    This is the Vision Statement for the Dr. King Memorial that recently was dedicated in Washington, DC.

    You read this and then listen to the statements by “black” leaders talking about Herman Cain and you just have to shake your head.  Jesse Jackson watched Dr. King die.  Al Sharpton seems to liken himself to being the next generation that is keeping Dr. King’s legacy alive.

    What a shame that have totally missed his entire message.  They are too steeped in victimhood to see that Justice Clarence Thomas and Herman Cain achieved exactly what Dr. King wanted them to achieve.  They found dignity in their belief systems and have the courage to stand by them, even when the race baitors of the world try to tear them down.

    Cross Posted at Pundit Press

     

     

     

     
    • SignPainterGuy 12:52 PM on 10/24/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Even in the mid-`60s when Dr. King made this “Vision Statement”, some blacks misunderstood or mistranslated it to mean more of an empowerment thing, an opportunity to revolt. It was scary then, and has only gotten worse. Some of his own people didn`t hear what he really said ! The message was hijacked almost immediately !

  • just a conservative girl 11:53 PM on 10/18/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Picture of the Day – Deep in the Heart of Texas 

    Three of these went up today in the democratic heart of Texas. 

    If you are unaware of Raging Elephants, check them out here.  A very good organization, that could use a few extra hands spreading the conservative message in minority areas. 

     

     
    • SignPainterGuy 12:11 AM on 10/19/2011 Permalink | Reply

      While we`re enjoying the mental image of lib-dim heads exploding, take a look at the name of the sign co.

    • Quite Rightly 4:49 PM on 10/19/2011 Permalink | Reply

      How come Obama didn’t mention that in his Martin Luther King Jr. speech?

      Must have been an oversight! ;-)

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