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Monday, January 17, 2005

Martin Luther King Day

Today is Martin Luther King Day.

Today we remember Martin Luther King, Jr., a prostitute pushing, anti-Patriotic, plagiarizing socialist and equal rights opponent.

Martin Luther King should be remembered as a fearless and powerful leader who ultimately changed America for the better, but he shouldn't be idolized. Most of the things the Right tends to say about him, that he fought against communism, against race-based privileges, for Christian values, generally for founding American principles, are false.


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