Way to go, Mason.
Long lived the “King”.
In an age of firebrands, Dr. King stood very much alone. While Huey Newton, Bobby Seale, Malcolm X, H. Rap Brown, Stokely Carmichael, and the rest said “take what you think you should have” King exhorted everybody to be a part of the social fabric, not a tear in it. Too often he is described as a great “Black leader” rather then the great American spiritual leader he was.
A man who did the very best he could. . .
Mr. King would take offense at being referred to as “The King”. It goes against everything he taught us. That said, the cartoon was hilarious.
That’s right. A real King.
I was expecting someone else because of the phrasing.
certainly a more deserving “King”
Let’s take time today to appreciate how far we have come and reflect on where we need to go to move forward toward racial equality. Peace to all! And remember it is the content of one’s character and not the color of one’s skin by which we should all be judged.
Oh. I was going to go to the bank today. Likely not open.
Even a King can dream…
Yet another WoI anachronism. MLK rules!…
yes Elvis is alive an well hiding out in Florida
Nice Touch on Dr. MLK day guys
Isn’t it time we all shared his dream?
Rev. King made a difference.
Martin Luther King was an inspiration to us all.
A true servant was Dr. King. Nice job Parker and Hart.
I’ll talk chubsy here.
A wonderful tribute.
Mastroianni and Hart