In fact, there is absolutely nothing whatsoever that Republicans represent that Dr. King would even tepidly support, and in fact he would be leading the fight against everything conservatives stand for; whether they are social, racial, or economic policies.
MLK was a radical who wanted to eradicate poverty through a guaranteed income program, and he wanted to give reparations to black Americans.
Today it is President Obama fighting Republicans to give all Americans the opportunities Dr. King sought for people of color, and besides not acknowledging income inequality even exists, Republicans are redoubling their advocacy of Reagan policies.
Those of us who were destined to become cartoonists started remembering visual images at a very early age. Those images are often the source of certain cartoons.
It's good that Dr. King is not around to see his dream set back 50 years because it is contrary to Republicans and their supporters' dream who still judge a man by the color of his skin
As the nation remembers Dr. Martin Luther King's dream of an America where all men are created equal, it is evident that King's dream is unattainable so long as Republicans promote inequality.
As our nation celebrates Martin Luther King Jr, conservatives choose NOT to remember him, but to misremember him as a conservative
On his radio show today Glenn Beck continued to urinate all over the meaning and legacy of Martin Luther King, by claiming that King would support a new Arizona education policy that bans courses that are designed for students of a particular ethnic group, and prohibits teachers with a heavy accent from teaching English. Beck said, "This I believe Martin Luther King would be for."