Wednesday, September 1, 2010


This is just absolutely beyond the logic pale!

Dr. Martin Luther King's speech from that very location was FILLED with references to God.

For instance:

And when this happens, when we allow freedom ring, when we let it ring from every village and every hamlet, from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up that day when all of God’s children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual:

Free at last! Free at last!

Thank God Almighty, we are free at last!

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Was he inappropriate?

He was a minister! Did you not know that? A preacher! A pastor!

As soon as the words left his mouth, Press knew he was wrong, but liberals cannot EVER admit that they are wrong.

So Press blunders on, now trying to impart logic to his remarks, hoping that maybe nobody will notice.

What a typical liberal!


Lone Ranger said...

It is inappropriate to hold a religious rally on a "sacred" spot? These people are self-destructing.

ablur said...

Seems everyone couldn't handle the religious part of the presentation. As I wonder around the net, both conservative and liberal, if they have a complaint it is about God being mentioned.
I know God can be big and scary, but Love and Grace can be an amazing thing.

I doubt there is a place in this nation where someone didn't stop and pray at least once. We once prayed everywhere because we were a nation seeking God. Apparently a good number of us are only seeking our own destruction now.

Joe said...

LR: I hope so.

ablur: I used to pray at highschool football games. The Framers did not know that was unconstitutional. We didn't learn that until the late nineteen sixties.

tapline said...

Joe, you are spot on, when it comes to the time period of our undoing....The hippies and their generations onward....I watched the slow deteriation of our country and our individual freedoms being chipped away until today when people started questiona the wisdom of what was happening to this country and our changes,For the good of all of us, If people and I say people didn't like what was happening to an individual they would pass a law that tied everyones hands from doing anything like that or could be constued as breaking that law....The same thing with our economic situation. The enviornmentalist have stopped progress in the name of protecting a little bug or a mouse. It's insanity.....The black robes have also been complicite in this nations demise, ignoring the constituion which they have sworn to uphold and interrupt and leaning more toward case law and progressivism, instead......back to your great blog post...God is the forgotten source of greatness in our nation and athiest should not be given a platform. That's the rub...with freedom there comes lack of responsibility or even accountability..If they must speak don't give them a platform to spew their garbage....

mrs. m. said...

Perhaps they would rather we build a mosque there.

JMK said...

That was priceless!

I saw that on TV and it was a hoot! He couldn't find anything political to rant about and the crowd was incredibly well-behaved....sooooo he had to find something.

Others went with the even more sublimely ridiculous idea that "Beck's making the rally non-political actually made it MORE hyper-partisan."

Joe said...

tapline: They all seem to act like dopeheads, saying such intelligent things as, "Oh, wow, man, like wow!" and, "Hey, man, what if we tried such-and-such. Wouldn't that be cool, like."

Mrs. m: A mosque at the site! What an idea (a bad one, but an idea, nevertheless.)

JMK: They are incapable of seeing the inconsistancy of such a statement. Totally blind are they.