|Cena_mark - 2008-10-30 |
I know for certain that MLK would be disappointed in Barack Obama. For Barack Obama wants his people to be dependent on the very government that made them slaves.
|Moustache McGillicuddy - 2008-10-30 |
"injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere"
wise words like these are rarely spoken these days.
Seriously the best "black" leaders can come up with these days are "hope and change" as well as trivial accusations of racism.
|Angel Carver - 2008-10-30 |
|Tstyle - 2008-10-30 |
Everyone that has been born into the world of the internet....
Listen up, and maybe stop being a weasel for a little while.
This is everything that you take for granted.
I got everything you take for granted right here *honk honk*
well said, young whipper snapper.
|Foolish Motorcycle Accident - 2008-10-30 |
It's 45 years old, the context of the scene is unimaginable to us today, and MLK Jr. has been deified to the point that the memory and idea of this speech should be better than the speech itself. But I still got chills.
|Enjoy - 2008-10-30 |
One of the great speeches of all time. Unfortunately it will disappear from this site soon because the King family sues everyone who doens't pay the 00 royalty.
|libby1217 - 2008-11-01 |
i gotta say that is the first time i ever saw the whole speech. Very impressive....But i gotta also say i've been struggling my whole life... alot of blacks and whites got it much better than me...who can i blame this on?
Gee. It must be hard to be a furry. Buck up buttercup.
|Anaxagoras - 2010-09-07 |
Ahhh. Here's the stuff. After watching that horrible Blood in the Face documentary, this is what I needed to refill my "Milk of Human Kindness" tanks.
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