24 March 2018

I Know Lots Of People Don't Read

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Someday, I too, I hope to be judged by the content of my character rather than the contents of my gun safe.

But since they carted out his granddaughter today to shill for gun control, I think it's important to read one of Martin Luther King Jr's most famous speeches in its entirety.

It does not espouse racism.  It doesn't espouse retribution.  It does not espouse remuneration or reparation.

It speaks of justice long delayed.  But it doesn't call for any vengeance.

It's simply a call for his people to be treated like they human beings they obviously are and for all humans to be treated equally.

The call quotes the words of the founders.

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