August 28, 1963

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    MLK's I have a dream speech was delivered on the mall in DC August 28, 1963.

    The Democratic National Convention is scheduled from Monday, August 25, through Thursday, August 28, 2008, where Obama is projected to be announced the Democratic Nominee.

    This really shows how far America has come and where America is heading.

    History is in the making!


    How do you all think this will impact racial relations in this country?

    IMO I think it will do wonders!
     
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    Sure thing.

    If McCain wins, it will be blamed on racism.

    Any accusation between now and November will be called racist.

    Yeah, it's going to do wonders alright. We just got a preview with the Democrat primary.
     
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    Oh, and while you're trying to align the stars, did you know Kennedy's secretary's name was Lincoln and Lincoln's secretary's name was Kennedy?

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    GunnyL what are you talking about?? lol

    What I am talking about is Historic; History is being made and A LOT OF PEOPLE are proud to be witnesses of it, regardless of the final outcome.
     
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    On April 4, 1968 James Earl Ray had a cure for that dream. I doubt Clinton will wait that long.

    The only thing this concludes is that a sizable percentage of European Americans no longer want to be in control of their country and are willing to give control over to a muslim named, foreign sired, foreign raised, and foreign alligned politician so that they can "feel" like they aren't evil racists.

    The third biggest conjob in the world -- right after women's shoes.
     
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    I won't even give you the response you deserve. However, I will say your attitude is unhealthy and perpetuates racism in this country. I pray that you really reflect, it's sad to see people with the same mindset as back in the day; grow and expand.

    Oh and James Ray didn't have a "cure" for the dream, the dream is a live today, just look at the world around you, oh and look at the Democratic Nominee. :eusa_dance:
     
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    Between now and November there will likely be any number of group suicides by the more pathetic variety of white males, the ones that in spite of having had it their way for all these years, having had all the opportunities, and all the breaks just cannot handle or live with the reality: There are non-whites out here that are smarter, better educated, more accomplished, more talented, more politically adept, and richer than they are, and life will go on in spite of the cacaphony of whines.....

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    Obama is not one of them, he is a swarmy politician that is concerned with one thing, personal power. He is a racist that has no problem making divisive decisions and policies. If he were white YOU would be screaming about his obvious racism. But because he and his wife are black they get a pass on making racist comments, writing racist papers and endorsing racist church leaders and churches.
     
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    History is made every time the democratic process works. It was made when our country was set up in a manner that allows us to rectify injustice and inequality.

    No matter how wonderful it is that Obama's a black man getting close to the presidency, he's still a scumbag socialist who hates the US, and if he were to be elected it would be the first step the US has taken backwards since we became a nation.
     

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