Monday, January 17, 2005

MLK Jr. Day

This will come as a shock to most liberals, but a few of my heroes are FDR, JFK and MLK. That was back when the Democratic party and being liberal stood for something, instead of against something. I met someone recently who did not know MLK was a preacher until she was an adult. Too bad.


At 1:01 PM, Blogger Thrasher said...

Hmm... I not a fan FDR or JFK. They did nothing worthwhile (though I respect them more than I respect most democrats today).

MLK was a different story though, and I definitely respect him.

At 4:38 PM, Blogger Scott Klajic said...

Well, both FDR and JFK believed in Ameircan exceptionalism. They both subscribed to the view that America could exert itself with finances and military might as a force for good in the world. The current crop of liberals take the position that since we cannot stop ALL of the injustice in the world, we should not even try to stop any of it. They also pose the idea that since we are incapable of fighting for pure motives (in their opinion) that we are an evil, dangerous country.

At 5:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

ah, FDR -- the biggest traitor to the US constitution since lincoln. and he's one of your heros. a socialist/totalitarian wannabe. one of your heros. that says it all. you love the state more than liberty.

At 10:12 PM, Blogger Scott Klajic said...

Again, thanks for your comments. I am super busy tonight so I might try to come back later and respond to this and your other posts.


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