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Obama fails History 101

The Obama Timeline author Wrote: 16 hours ago (1:32 PM)
"Obama often parrots Martin Luther King Jr.'s phrase about the arc of the moral universe bending toward justice." King stole the line from Unitarian minister Theodore Parker, who wrote in 1853, "The Arc of the Moral Universe is Long, But it Bends Towards Justice." In 1850 Parker wrote, "A democracy—that is a government of all the people, by all the people, for all the people." (It seems that King and Lincoln and Obama have all enjoyed using the words of others without attribution.)
His grandkids are probably as stupid as he is, so they have no idea that they are related to a moron.
Joe's grandkids also have the right to hair plugs; they just don't need them.
"...and Grimes answered from behind a podium." No, one stands ON a podium, and BEHIND a lectern.
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Obama and 'History'

The Obama Timeline author Wrote: Aug 22, 2014 7:28 PM
One more time: The quote is improperly attributed to Martin Luther King, Jr.—“The Arc of the Moral Universe is Long, But it Bends Towards Justice.” That statement was written in 1853 by a Unitarian minister, Theodore Parker. (Obama has used the quote several times and has falsely attributed it to King.) .” It also has a quote improperly attributed to Martin Luther King, Jr.—“The Arc of the Moral Universe is Long, But it Bends Towards Justice.” That statement was written in 1853 by a Unitarian minister, Theodore Parker. (Obama has used the quote several times and has also falsely attributed it to King.) That quote is not in Obama’s rug. The rug has "government of the people, by the people and for the people," which Abraham Lincoln lifted from Parker, who wrote in 1850, "A democracy—that is a government of all the people, by all the people, for all the people.’” Apparently both Obama and Lincoln like to quote others without attribution.
For the record, the quote is improperly attributed to Martin Luther King, Jr.—"The Arc of the Moral Universe is Long, But it Bends Towards Justice." That statement was written in 1853 by a Unitarian minister, Theodore Parker. Obama has used the quote several times and has falsely attributed it to King. In 1850, Parker wrote, "A democracy—that is a government of all the people, by all the people, for all the people." Apparently both Obama and Lincoln like to quote others without attribution.
Whether Obama and Holder expect the U.S. Armed Forces to sit and do nothing to retaliate against ISIS while Holder waits for a CSI crew to ask the terrorists for fingerprints and DNA is not known. The situation would be laughable if the security of the American people were not at stake.
Go ahead and order your U.S. Senator business cards, Mr. Daines.
Crocker’s statement, “We don’t understand real evil… very well” may come as a shock to most Americans, who might believe that the leaders they elect and the military officers they pay are supposed to understand the evils of the nation’s enemies. If the Obama administration does not understand evil, it may not be able to stop it from expanding from the Middle East to the United States.
Yeah, a "special meeting" next month will keep Putin from invading Ukraine next week. Idiots all.
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