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Sarah Palin on Dr Martin Luther King: May his dream always be reality!

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May his dream always be reality!

~Sarah Palin via Facebook


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Have Obama, The Democrats, and Race Hustlers Finally Killed Dr Martin Luther King’s Dream?


It’s in the best interest of the American people that we reject this hatred and division, and drive those who would destroy our nation, and Dr King’s dream, out of our society forever.

By Gary P Jackson

Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr. was, and is, an American icon. A man of God, Dr. King had a simple dream. A dream that one day his children and their children would be considered equal, that all of God’s children would live together in peace and harmony. That little black boys and little black girls would be able to have the same opportunities as little white boys and little white girls.

Throughout history major social changes have come about through revolution, and sadly, war. Being a man of God, Dr King sought to bring about significant change through peaceful dialogue, rather than bloody fighting. Slowly but surely, Dr King was winning, and would have no doubt triumphed in the end, had he not been murdered on that April day in 1968 in Memphis.

To me, on this 50th anniversary of Dr King’s “I have a Dream” speech, one of the most important speeches in human history, is not how far we … as a society …. have come, but how far backward we have slipped. Today, as much as I want to celebrate Dr King, I am saddened by the world we find ourselves in.

One of the key concepts Dr King provided for the world in his speech was the idea that men and women should be judged, not by the color of their skin, but the content of their character. It’s a simple idea, based in the word of God. The idea that nothing matters more in a person’s life than character is as old as time itself. It goes back to the days when a man’s word was his bond. A handshake was better than a written contract. A person’s good character gave them a certain standing that nothing else could displace. Not money. Not even political power.

Those of you who are my age, and older, know that while looking at character, before prejudging, was pretty standard among people of the same race, that wasn’t the case when looking at people of other races. There were certain pre-concieved notions and assumptions that always came into play. It caused far too many tensions and conflicts. Most based on ignorance, not facts.

Now since we are all human, there will always be certain biases and prejudices, but the notion that a person’s race automatically makes them a certain type of man or woman, is not only ridiculous, it’s hateful. One thing we know about people, is there are good and bad ones everywhere. The only way to really know which an individual is, is through evaluating their character.

On Saturday many gathered in Washington to celebrate Dr King’s speech. I was deeply troubled to see so many dishonor Dr King by their presence. Seeing despicable race hustlers like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton take the stage and proclaim allegiance to Dr King, and his dream, made me physically sick to my stomach. These two, and many others, including our current president, have made it all about skin color. They preach hatred and sew racial tension on an almost daily basis.

In fact, the liberal democrat party and it’s disciples have used skin color, and false cries of racism, in order to hide the lack of quality and character of those who are being criticized for their actions. America elected Barack Obama, not once, but twice as president. That alone would tend to show America is not a racist country, but the American people are assaulted daily with accusations of hatred and racism, for simply what we have done since the days of George Washington: Criticize those in power!

False cries of racism assault us daily, and are nothing more than a tactic to push an anti-American political agenda. Even situations, like the trial of George Zimmerman, which was investigated to death, and no racial motive found, have been turned into an opportunity to stoke hatred and divide the American people along racial lines.

It’s usually radical liberal white men and women in the democrat party that accuse critics of the president, and any radical left wing black of being racists. This in itself is a very nasty form of racism. It’s like these white liberals think the blacks are incapable, that they cannot stand on their own. There has to be screams of racism, to shut critics down, rather than have Obama and others stand and be questioned. Some call that the “soft bigotry of low expectations.” But the fact is, Obama and others play right along, because it is such a powerful way to shut up the timid, who fear being called a racist, and lack the courage to fight back. It’s used to shield Obama and others from being held accountable for anything they do.

It’s destroying the nation.

Being called a racist in our society is a real death sentence to anyone’s career, unless, of course, you are a good liberal, then you can spew hate and racism all you want, and never have to be assaulted. Liberals use this crutch to destroy their political enemies, and divide the American people.

A divided people, is an easily conquered people. The democrats understand the best way to get and keep power is to keep the population divided and at each others throats. What better way than to scream “racism” 24/7 any time someone says anything critical of the president, or other radical democrats who are destroying the American way of life. Couple that with massive ignorance and a solid effort of disinformation by the media, and you get to where we are now, a nation perilously divided, and a vile political ideology in control and mostly unchecked.

It’s gotten so ridiculous with Obama, that merely calling him by his name has been deemed racist by hate-mongers like NBC’s Chris Matthews.

We all know the real history of the democrat party. It’s a party with a history of institutionalized racism. The democrat party created the KKK after the Civil War as a domestic terror unit. It’s job was to intimidate voters who might be inclined to vote Republican. As it happens, blacks voted overwhelmingly Republican, and were specific targets of this terror group. The democrat party also wrote Jim Crow laws, and otherwise worked to discriminate and segregate.

Now we’ll here from democrats who’ll claim all of that has changed and even hear the bullshit notion that somehow all the racist democrats “flipped” and became Republicans, and all the Liberty loving Republicans became democrats. Fact is, most democrats DID vote for Ronald Reagan en masse both in 1980 and 1984, but that was purely because of Jimmy Carter’s disastrous presidency, and Reagan’s success at turning our nation around and moving us in the right direction. It was the economy, stupid! We’ve not seen a mass exodus of voters, to either party, since.

There are plenty of examples, but the most egregious is the fact that the democrats had one of the KKK’s highest ranking members in the United States Senate until 2010, when he finally passed away. Robert Byrd, of West Virgina, was a vile racist who fought long and hard against Civil Rights, was held up as one of the elders of the democrat party.

Don’t even get me started on how rabid liberalism has destroyed the black family, and how that has led so many blacks into poverty, that’s another long discussion for another time.

This, however, is about Dr King, his leadership, and how the democrat party has hijacked and dishonored this great man. Dr King was a man of God and thus, pro-life. The idea of slaughtering innocent children through abortion was hateful to Dr King. Though groups like Planned Parenthood have tried to claim Dr King as their own, he rejected them when he was alive.

It was disgusting to see race hustlers Jackson and Sharpton speak at the Washington rally for many reasons, but knowing that both are viciously pro-abortion, may be the biggest insult to Dr King, and the American people.

Abortion is a religion to the democrat party. The slaughter of children is their holy sacrament, and Planned Parenthood is their holy church. Abortion is the one thing democrats will fight to the bitter end to keep. Democrats also celebrate Margaret Sanger. Hillary Clinton is a former Margaret Sanger Award winner. This award is given to those who support the unconditional murder of innocent children.

To know Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood’s founder, is to know vile racism, hatred, and vicious anti-Americanism. Sanger was a communist, and staunchly anti-American. Back in her time, these people were called “progressives” now we simply call them liberals.

Sanger was a eugenicist, a popular study of the day, and something gaining popularity again in liberal circles. Sanger and her contemporaries thought it possible to create a “master race” through, among other things, ethnic cleansing. To put it plainly, Sanger’s goal was to wipe out the Negro race, members of which she called “human weeds.”

Today under the full sanction, and with great celebration, 500,000 innocent black children are slaughtered annually, in abortion factories around the country. This is ethnic cleansing, the likes of, our world has never known.

Sanger’s plan to wipe out the entire race has failed, but with tens of millions of innocent black babies slaughtered, one has to wonder how many Dr Kings, and other potential American leaders, our nation has been deprived of, thanks to this democrat policy of ethnic cleansing.

It’s disgusting on so many levels that democrats claim Dr King as their own, especially as many of those doing it, were alive and active during his time.

Many of those hailed as heroes in the democrat party, saw Dr King as the enemy and sought to destroy him.

Along with Bobby Kennedy and J Edgar Hoover, LBJ spread nasty rumors about Dr King, in an effort to discredit him to his people.

Straight out of Alinsky’s book, they accused Dr King of adultery. Which is rich coming from a Kennedy, as they are notorious for sleeping with anyone or anything with a pulse! Both JFK and Bobby were notorious adulterers, and both have been linked to the death of Marilyn Monroe. Teddy Kennedy, a slobbering drunk, allowed a woman he was having an affair with to drown, while he crawled home and slept one off, after driving the car he and Mary Jo Kopechne were in, off a bridge.

The democrats also accused Dr King of being a communist. [back when people understood socialism was evil] Bobby Kennedy authorized the FBI to conduct wire taps on Dr King. Of course Dr King was NOT a communist, but to this day, there are racists who believe he was, thanks to Bobby Kennedy and the democrat party.

I also find this rather ironic, as well. Though Dr King was NOT a communist, and NEVER worked to undermine the United States, we now know that Senator Teddy Kennedy WAS a traitor, and openly conspired to work with the Soviets during the Reagan years, in order to stop Reagan’s strong anti-socialist agenda. An agenda that eventually won the cold war!

According to reports, even Jackie Kennedy had nothing but hatred for Dr King calling him terrible,” “tricky,” and a “phony.” And yet, today, the democrat party leaders want to claim Dr King and pretend he, and they, were all working together. Disgusting, to say the least!

While the democrats today use cries of racism to shield Obama and others from being held accountable for their actions, they have divided America like no other time in the last century. Racial tensions are high, and America is strongly divided. Of course, this is the democrat’s plan. Keep Americans [of all races and creeds] at each others throats. Damned good distraction while they rape and plunder our nation.

We know that Dr King was a Conservative and a Republican. That is historic fact. Now if he were alive today, he might be like many Conservatives, and disavow the GOP, not over racial issues, but the party’s lack of actual Conservatism, but I have no doubt in my mind that, if he were alive today, Dr King would be one of our strongest voices for Conservatism, morality, and the Rule of Law. Dr King preached Liberty and Freedom, for all.

Today the democrat party dishonors the memory and legacy of Dr King by using hate and screams of racism to silence those who disagree with their dishonest, criminal, anti-American agenda. It’s in the American DNA to criticize those in power, and to continually fight to maintain Liberty and Freedom. What the democrats are doing goes against everything America stands for.

We have an out of control, completely lawless White House and federal government. This isn’t because of the race of one man, or millions of men, it’s because of rabid liberalism!

I think I can speak for all Conservatives when I say I dislike Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and a host of other nasty old white liberals, as much, if not more, than Barack Obama. When I see Obama I don’t see black. When I see Hillary, I don’t see white. When I look at these liberal democrats I see the red of socialism, the red of communism. The red of evil.

As an American and a Conservative, as well as an admirer of Dr King, I choose to honor Dr King by judging Obama, Clinton, and every other politician, in either party, not by the color of their skin, but the quality of their character. And man, is there a lack of quality of character in Washington!

It’s hard not to be angry these days. Anti-American liberals not only run the democrat party, but have also infected the GOP. We are a nation with a lawless government. A nation completely out of control, run by men and women of low character. Race has absolutely nothing to do with it.

Dr Martin Luther King, Jr had a wonderful dream. A dream of a nation where all of her people lived in harmony and content. A nation were black men and white men worked side by side for the betterment of all. Since day one, the democrat party tried to undermine Dr King and his dream. They sought to discredit him and destroy him. The hatred ginned up by democrat leaders eventually got Dr King assassinated.

Today, Dr King’s dream is all but dead. Instead of being allowed to judge our leaders by their moral character, it’s demanded of us to only look at skin color, and under fear of being attacked, not dare criticize our president or any of his policies. This exactly the opposite of Dr King’s plan for United States, and the world, and it is a huge setback in our nation’s history. It’s vile and evil.

It’s also un-American.

As a nation we MUST come together. Rabid liberalism is destroying America. Rabid liberalism has brought all of civilization to the brink of destruction. Rabid liberalism doesn’t just hurt white people, or black people, it’s hurts ALL people, no matter their race, color, or creed.

On this day, as we remember Dr King, and one of the most important speeches, and ideas, in human history, it’s time to reject democrat racism, and democrat hate-mongering. It’s time for the American people to unite and stand strong. We must defeat liberalism. We must defeat those who spew hatred 24/7. We must fight these evils with every ounce of our souls. There is no reason why Dr King’s dream cannot become reality. All we have to do is defeat those who use skin color to deflect criticism and cover up for crimes against humanity. These are the true racists!

Dr King’s dream was that of an essential man. A man who understood that no society could function in an atmosphere of hate and bigotry. No people can stand when divided. Dr King saw a society filled with ignorance and sought to educate and inform.

For liberalism to survive, ignorance must prevail, so the democrats fought to stop Dr King in his time. Today, and every day moving forward, we must commit ourselves to wiping out ignorance, to help educate those who are uniformed and misinformed. We must commit ourselves to fighting evil, and those who would use race and creed to divide is, while they build their power to use against us all.

The democrats have NOT won this battle, but they have certainly halted all progress toward Dr King’s dream.

It’s now up to us, Dr King’s fellow Conservatives, to take up his struggle, and hold those who divide us accountable. We cannot allow the hate and the ridiculous screams of “racism” to silence us. We must double our efforts to make sure all men and women are judged by the content of their character, and held accountable for their actions.

It’s up to all of us to carry Dr King’s dream in our hearts, and make that dream come true in our lifetime.

Race hustlers like Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton have turned their brand of hatred and division into a multi-million dollar industry. It is in theirs and the entire liberal movement’s best interest to keep American’s at each others throats, and the fires of hatred stoked.

It’s in the best interest of the American people that we reject this hatred and division, and drive those who would destroy our nation, and Dr King’s dream, out of our society forever.

We are blessed as a nation that such a man as Dr King was among us. We are blessed that we were able to hear his message of love and hope. Now it’s time we all work together to make that dream a reality and defeat those who have always worked to stop it.

For America to survive, Dr King’s dream MUST prevail.

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Sarah Palin: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.

~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

By Gary P Jackson

Sarah Palin on Dr Martin Luther King, Jr.:

Today is a day to reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King dedicated himself to justice and the struggles of an imperfect world. In the face of fierce opposition, he stood up for the oppressed, and he ultimately sacrificed all for equality and freedom. His was a remarkable life of love and service for all mankind. His work must continue.

With Dr. King’s faith in God and his unwavering hope in a brighter, stronger future, let us recommit today to continuing his work for a more peaceful and just nation.

~ Sarah Palin

Dr King’s “I Have A Dream” speech. It’s as relevant today as ever. Dr King worked to peacefully change the world.:

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The True Goals of “Social Justice” Revealed By Protester At Restoring Honor Rally

By Gary P Jackson

From The Gay Patriot. This loon is trying to say Dr Martin Luther King was all about “social justice.” (He wasn’t) Comically, this cat explains all of this, and truthfully says that yes “social justice” is all about wealth re-distribution. (Communism) For some reason the radicals are finally coming out of the closet, so to speak, and admitting what they are all about.

Ben Howe confronts a Progressive protesting the “Restoring Honor” rally yesterday. Funny how the event was at the Lincoln Memorial…. but the misguided protestor was lamely hanging out by himself at the Washington Monument. Heh.

This is three minutes of pure fun as Ben rips this guy apart and demonstrates the sheer lack of principles of the Progressive movement. At the end, the poor fool stammers and shouts “Well, you’re a RACIST and an IDIOT.” Yup, when their intellectual argument breaks down after three minutes — Progressives pull the race card out as their last gasp of hope.

This is why I don’t associate with the Gay Left — straight, gay or whatever — this protestor exemplifies the Progressive movement; and the Gay Rights crowd are a keystone of the American Progressive movement.

It IS all about redistribution of wealth. But that isn’t “social justice” folks; it’s Marxist-Communism.

Check out Ben Howe Monday night at 8:30pm (eastern) on Gay Patriot’s America on Blog Talk Radio here

H/T: Stacy Drake

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Dr Martin Luther King, Jr.: Remembering The Dream

As I sit here this wonderfully brisk Monday morning, I am reflecting on a dream, a dream of liberty and freedom. I’m seeing a world where all of mankind is free from tyranny and oppression. I’m seeing a world where hate is considered a wasted effort, and has been replaced with joy and kindness. I see a world where all men are able to reach their fullest potential, where they are free to reach their highest goals.

I say to you today, my friends, that in spite of the difficulties and frustrations of the moment, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.

I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal.”

I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at a table of brotherhood.

I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a desert state, sweltering with the heat of injustice and oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice.

I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.

I have a dream today.

I have a dream that one day the state of Alabama, whose governor’s lips are presently dripping with the words of interposition and nullification, will be transformed into a situation where little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls and walk together as sisters and brothers.

I have a dream today.

I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and the crooked places will be made straight, and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together.

This is our hope. This is the faith with which I return to the South. With this faith we will be able to hew out of the mountain of despair a stone of hope. With this faith we will be able to transform the jangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. With this faith we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together, to go to jail together, to stand up for freedom together, knowing that we will be free one day.

This will be the day when all of God’s children will be able to sing with a new meaning, “My country, ’tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, of thee I sing. Land where my fathers died, land of the pilgrim’s pride, from every mountainside, let freedom ring.”

And if America is to be a great nation this must become true. So let freedom ring from the prodigious hilltops of New Hampshire. Let freedom ring from the mighty mountains of New York. Let freedom ring from the heightening Alleghenies of Pennsylvania!

Let freedom ring from the snowcapped Rockies of Colorado!

Let freedom ring from the curvaceous peaks of California!

But not only that; let freedom ring from Stone Mountain of Georgia!

Let freedom ring from Lookout Mountain of Tennessee!

Let freedom ring from every hill and every molehill of Mississippi. From every mountainside, let freedom ring.

When we let freedom ring, when we let it ring from every village and every hamlet, from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up that day when all of God’s children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual, “Free at last! free at last! thank God Almighty, we are free at last!”

That speech, those glorious words, were spoken by Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. in Washington, D.C. on August 28, 1963.

As we reflect on the words of one of the great spiritual and moral leaders our nation has ever known, many emotions overcome us. Dr King speaks about the basics of humanity, the desires of all men to be free, to exercise the natural rights they are given by their creator.

In Dr King’s world, the color of a man’s skin would have no bearing on how he fits into society. In Dr King’s world, it is the content of a man’s character that determines his station in life. It is the content of a man’s character says it all.

It is a glorious dream.

But it is still just a dream.

In the world we live in today, 47 years after Dr King gave what is one of the most important speeches in the history of this great nation, there are still men who are not free. Tyranny and oppression only grows with each passing day and certain factions have used the color of a man’s skin to control all. To intimidate those who would rather speak of character, of honor, and of righteousness.

Sadly, when the world lost Dr King to the assassin’s bullet, we lost one of our true leaders. A man who understood how civil society should work, how it must work, to survive and to flourish.

We have seen the very oppressors that Dr King sought to defeat co-opt his movement and claim his banner as their own. These oppressors have used deceit and trickery to not only keep those who were down in their place, but to add to their ranks.

We have seen a great evil take hold of this nation. We now have those who seek to divide us, to pit the races and the sexes against one another, in the name of Dr King, and others, in order to gain power and control.

These men of low character know that a nation divided is a nation conquered. As long as they can foment discontent, and work to prevent racial harmony, they will always remain in power.

Much better that we fight each other than to rise up as one against this great evil.

As I reflect on Dr King’s words, his dreams, I am moved to tears as I see a world that could have been. A world of great prosperity and happiness for all who aspire to it. A world where each and every man, woman, and child knows that they have no roadblocks to reaching their full potential.

I see a world where every man woman and child has the opportunity to shine.

This is a world where, instead of worrying about equal results, an impossible goal, we make sure there is equal opportunity. In this world we understand that we cannot guarantee outcome, equal results, but we can guarantee that every man, woman, and child starts in the same place, and has no artificial barriers placed in front of them.

In this world we understand that we cannot re-distribute talent, we cannot re-distribute efforts or results. And me most assuredly MUST not re-distribute wealth, as this is an idea that only shares equal misery, not equal success.

We have a government led by a political party that bases it’s entire being on dividing this nation, on making sure that we fight each other, rather than this government. We have a government that uses the color of their leader’s skin to intimidate, to harass, and yes, to keep divided those who would, under normal circumstances, eagerly join together, in the common cause of liberty and freedom. Men and women who would eagerly unite to defeat the oppressor.

Liberty and freedom are the innate desires of all mankind. We are given these rights of liberty and freedom by the Almighty God in the heavens. They belong to no man, no government, and no man, or no government has the authority to take those rights away.

As we reflect on the man, the leader, it is imperative that we take up Dr King’s cause, the cause that is righteous. It is imperative that we look past the race baiters and the race hustlers. We must look past those who seek to divide us and find ways for us all join together in pursuit of the common cause of true liberty and freedom for all.

I truly believe if we can unite and defeat this great evil that grips our nation, to permanently remove those who sow the seeds of artificial discontent for their own gains, America can grow and prosper, and the potential for all mankind will know no bounds. There will be no limits to a man’s successes, except those he places on himself.

We must unite and we must break the chains of oppression. But more importantly, we must then work to make sure that Dr King’s dream comes true. We must create a world where the only judge of a man is his character, where character is a man’s supreme calling card, where character is all that matters.

As we reflect on the life of Dr. King, let us pledge to unite and create this world.

In closing, I’d like to include the thoughts and prayers expressed by another great leader, a leader for our time, as she reflects on the life of Dr Martin Luther King, Jr.

Celebrating the Life of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today, America honors the memory of one of our greatest – Martin Luther King, Jr. He used his gifts and talents in selfless, mighty ways to mobilize efforts against racial discrimination and is deserving of our honor.

Please take a moment to tell your children about this great man. He fought for liberty and equality because he knew they were God-given and he knew that no government should be empowered to thwart our freedom. King summarized his mission when stating that no one should be judged based on skin color, but by the content of one’s character.

Seeming to have a foreboding notion of how quickly life passes, he did not waste time on pettiness. He believed that “the quality, not the longevity, of one’s life is what is important.”

May our children follow in the footsteps of giants like King, who sincerely respected equality.

– Sarah Palin

The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” – MLK


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