Sunday, January 17, 2010

Madame 45 and Dr. King-Updated



I'm simply going to let Madame 45 and Dr. King speak today. Madame tweeted: On MLK Day,remembr his selfless,faithful efforts 2 destroy racial walls."Faith is taking 1st step even when u don't see the staircase"-MLKjr

Madame wrote:
Tomorrow, 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


Update: Unfortunately, there were some people making racist comments on Madame's page, so she decided to call them out on it:

2 comments:

anniecollier said...

“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

Beautiful quote from Dr. King. Somehow the "comfort and convenience" part reminds me of The Dear Reader aka The Great Opoligizer.

anniecollier said...

I read about the obots on Hillbuzz. Will go to Facebook and see if I can swat flies.