Dan Adamini Discusses Labor Day and Martin Luther King “I Have a Dream” Speech 8-31-2013
Dan Adamini From In The Right Mind
(Marquette, MI) — August 31, 2013– Today on “In The Right Mind” with Dan Adamini, I talked about Labor Day (History, Significance & Meaning) with Union Member Jim Bushey. I also discussed the 50th anniversary of Dr Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” Speech, and how the dream has been hijacked by today’s ‘so-called’ civil rights leaders.
Commentary included my belief that public sector unions are not as beneficial to the public as they claim and how they differ from private sector unions. I believe union leaders have strayed from their mission to help workers for their own personal and political gain. Finally, I say too large an amount of union dues is spent on democrat political contributions rather than union members. Union members feel they are under attack in Michigan, and in some cases members may be right, but others say the so-called ‘attacks’ are long overdue corrections.
My next topic was the Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have a Dream” Speech. Ironically, at the celebration of a great black republican last Monday, liberals organizing the event did not allow any black republicans to speak. I contend that liberals have hijacked Dr. King’s dream because racism is more profitable than equality (at least for them). It seems to me new home of racism is its old home… the democrat party- but it’s no longer isolated to the south. I suggest everyone listen to the speech (YouTube.com video below) to compare this Republican’s dream to the nightmare the democrats have made of it.
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As usual 3 new limericks, one interview with James Bushey, and 3 new parody songs helped illustrate my view on today’s topics (including a Limerick & Song to preview next week’s Voter I.D. topic)
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