Monday, January 17, 2005

MLK, I Miss You

After seeing "Hotel Rwanda" over the weekend and noting today's holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I find myself wondering if the reverend is spinning in his grave over the current American government and its regressive policies toward national and international equal rights and human rights.
Please go see the movie. Today would be a great day for it if you're off work.
This week will also mark the second inauguration of the worst president in modern history, who is squandering 12 million Homeland Security dollars on security for his ridiculously opulent series of celebratory events.
Please remember not to spend one damn dime on January 20. Let's not allow him to believe he's as widely appreciated as he thinks he is.

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