Kasdaye (Wednesday, 31 Dec 2008) Reply
Kinda makes you wonder what he would say if he were still alive.
Sam (Monday, 12 Jan 2009) Reply
Martin Luther King was a Republican, he wouldn't have voted for Barrack. Let's
not forget he was also a Reverend who would have been against abortion, and same sex
marriage two things Barrack supports. People who think he would have supported Barrack
are ignorant fools.
Cory (Monday, 19 Jan 2009)
Honestly, Sam? You have some serious misinformation if you believe Obama supports
abortion and same sex marriage. He is pro-choice, but in no way thinks abortion is
correct and does not agree with same sex marriage. Jesse Jackson is also a reverend and
in fact supports Obama and was crying the night he was elected. Welcome to the real
world same, its not as cut and dried as you think it is.
Chipper (Sunday, 25 Jan 2009)
Actually Cory, it is cut and dry. MLK was black, and so is Barack (sort of). Therefore
he would have voted for him.
Lester (Sunday, 21 Jun 2009)
Actually, if you look at his Senate voting record, Obama is the number one supporter of
abortion, and he is against same sex marriage. Cory, MLK had at least a shred of
intelligence, unlike Jesse Jackson, so they probably wouldn't support the same
Mordant (Wednesday, 2 Feb 2011)
Supporter of abortion and supporter of the right to choose what happens in your body are two
j13 (Wednesday, 4 Feb 2009) Reply
I agree a black person may have been strongly tempted to vote obama even if the did not
like him, but there are conservative black republicans (rare though they be) and they
would not support or vote for obama. Some spoke out publicly. As for me I voted for
Obama because he made far more sense than McCain (aka W the second, fro all his denials)
klikk (Monday, 20 Apr 2009) Reply
Honestly, it doesn't matter AT ALL what Dr King thinks...He's dead remember,
his contributions to this world are OVER.
Truth (Thursday, 3 Dec 2009) Reply
MLK would have definitely voted for Obama for they both studied and support communist ideology.