On this day, in honor of Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr’s life of service in the cause of unity, many blogs will link or mention King’s “I have a dream” speech.
Surely, it’s the most famous one he gave.
But for myself, living in an America that has elected Barack Hussein Obama to the Presidency largely on his promise to end our Iraqi invasion, I would ask you to listen once more to the words of Dr. King on why he was opposed to the Vietnam War.
On 30 April 1967, Dr. King stood up in Ebenezer Baptist Church and preached the following sermon:
Bring them home, Barack Obama. End both our wars.