I saw where Mike Pence, our Satanic white haired VP, got into Martin Luther King Day by using the "I have a dream" speech to force breed Democracy and the Idiot Jerk's racist wall. Of course, he's either stupid, or, and far more probable, chose to cherry-pick since less then a year after Martin Luther King gave his most famous speech, he also said, while standing next to the Berlin Wall, he also said:
"Here on either side of the wall are God's children, and no manmade barrier can obliterate that fact,"
He said this at St. Mary's Church on September 13, 1964. Stunning, isn't it, that the supposedly devout Pence should fail to quote this as well. Of course maybe he didn't find importance in these words because at that point in time most East Berliners were white and those south of the US border are not.
I also read where Nick Sandmann (the kid in the MAGA hat who staring at a Native American Vietnam Vet) claims he was trying to diffuse a difficult situation... by standing there staring for what? Almost 3 minutes? He claims the accusations against him are 'outright lies.' The diocese is investigating. Nick's statesmen was released through a Public Relations firm his family has hired. He also claims 4 African Americans initiated the situation and that a group of Native Americans (one of whom was making a video) approached him. Sounds a lot like something the Idiot Jerk in the White House would say, doesn't it? Isn't this what MAGA people do? Blame someone else.
And let's end this with something light. Part of the 'Local Channel' package I have with Verizon includes free music channels, one of which is 'Light Classical,' which got me to wondering... is 'Heavy Classical' bowed string basses and tympani? "Water Music" is light classical and "Fanfare for the Common Man" heavy. I like Fanfare. Back in college I got to bang away on the Kettle Drums when my fraternity played it. For those who don't know. Introduced by Leonard Bernstein, sit back and listen to the entire piece as the master conduct his own masterwork... Fanfare for the Common Man.