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Correta and Hillary

Posted by Bob on February 9th, 2006 under History

Until Saint Martin the King was shot, the word “asassination” had only one meaning in America: the president, and only the president, was assassinated.

Other people were shot. Other people were murdered. But only one person was assassinated, and that was the American Head of State.

Then Saint Martin Luther the King was “assassinated.”

Like Saint John the Kennedy and future Saint Bill Clinton, Saint Martin Luther the King had a serious woman problem.

In the spirit of the later O.J. Simpson, Saint Martin Luther the King DESPISED black women. He wanted females, to be, as the signs said, “White Only.”

So when Saint Martin the Luther was martyred or assassinated, the FBI files on him were locked up for fifty years. That would be 2018 AD, but I think the period has been extended.

I just wrote a piece on Hillary. Now MLK’s professionally grieving widow has died.

The two women share a legacy:

Their husbands were, to put it mildly, unfaithful.

Both women share another trait: given the choice between protesting adultery and being Mrs. King and Mrs. Clinton, neither took a nanosecond to decide which was better.

  1. #1 by Shari on 02/09/2006 - 9:32 pm

    It’s sad, that leftist unhealthy clinging, isn’t it? Us silly non progressive types usually pick the man for what we see in him, not the money and power.

  2. #2 by Elizabeth on 02/11/2006 - 4:11 pm

    Another thing that’s disgraceful is that the King children literally own
    all of MLK’s speeches.

    That made a little sense back when it was a widow supporting four minor

    If they _really_ think their daddy was a great man, they can magnify his
    legacy by putting all his speeches in the public domain — and make
    money off their famous relative the old-fashioned way, by writing books
    about him.

    I’ve had the opportunity twice to read the entire text of MLK’s “I Have
    A Dream” speech. That speech could turn the entire Affirmative Action
    establishment on its head.

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