Just Wait. This Is Temporary.
Martin Luther King - Letter from the Birmingham Jail, 16 April 1963
Democrats could take a lesson from Dr. King when it comes to the administration's unchecked acquisition of power. "Just wait. This is temporary." Is exactly the line that the American people are being fed.
[Updated 2006/01/16 16:32 PST]
Al Gore, one politician who apparently "gets it", gave an impassioned speech today at the DAR Constituion Hall, characterizing Bu$hCo's incessant law-breaking for what it is, "...a threat to the very structure of our government". To which Republicans, led by Tracey Schmitt press secretary of the RNC, responded with complete nonsense:
Al Gore's incessant need to insert himself in the headline of the day is almost as glaring as his lack of understanding of the threats facing America...forgetting, of course, that Gore has barely been in the public eye since a the Supreme Court stole the election from him in 2000.
I think that Gore understands the threats facing America just fine, but here's a refresher for Ms. Schmitt.
Democrats (at least the ones in power right now i.e. Hillary Clinton) are nothing more than Republican light, and I am Republican nothing so I don't feel like they represent me.
We need to see some Anger...some Disgust..some Rage..
and what did King George do today? went and looked at the Emancipation Proclamation ( note the Media did not say he READ it)...
I really wonder what MLK would say about all this?...
and thank heavens that Al Gore in his speech today right off talked about the Illegal Spying on MLK- it was a breath of fresh air...
thanks for the great MLK quote and picture...
Thanks for the reminder, Enigma. I did a little addendum to make sure that Gore's efforts are highlighted.
Lily, I didn't see the speech, but I did read the transcript. For Gore, not known as the world's most riviting speaker, it was pretty good. I'm just sorry that it was Gore who ended up saying what needed to be said.