Monday, January 20, 2014


 
 
OVER 50 YEARS AGO DR. KING
 - "I HAVE A DREAM"

BISD is hopelessly broken - one Board after another refuses to reorganize the greatness in this extraordinary American and his message of unity and judging each other based on the content of our character.  The very fact Otis Powers would choose today, at noon, to seek to further divide this community only speaks to the ignorance of Otis Powers and the meaning of today.  How can we ever expect our children to understand the greatness in this message when our school board to a member has no awareness of the greatness in Dr. King's message.

Mind you other than not including Baltazar Salazar on the agenda for removal I have no problem with the agenda, it is that Otis Powers chose today for the meeting - a day when we should be celebrating unity and not division.

To be fair, the faux American liberal community has no more heard Dr. King's message than the BISD Board, or the Republican Party.  Several weeks ago Democratic Chair Amber Medina demanded we enslave ourselves to her and vote Democrat regardless of the content of character of the candidates.  According to Chair Medina we are to ignore the content of character of Oscar X. Garcia and his performance to date as a judge and blindly vote Democrat because we are enslaved to the Democrats.  This plantation politics urged by Amber Medina must stop.

I have yet to hear her stand before the people and apologize for what the Cameron County Democratic Party has become.  She celebrates her association with Gilberto Hinojosa instead of judging him for his lack of character and for his role in creating what may be one of the most corrupt counties in the U.S.

No, I will look to the content of character of each candidate - with labels for party, gender, ethnic background, race, sexual orientation aside  - No I will vote based on the content of the character of the candidate.

Until the faux American liberals in this county can understand his simple concept - they will perpetuate the bigotry and ignorance which Dr. King fought against until the day of his assassination. 

Today it is for us who watched his assassination to keep the Dream Alive - when we are judged based on the content of our character, and not based on a label we will be "Free at Last.".

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It is not really a good idea to view the body of work of a individual by merely quoting them, it is much better to learn to be more like them. With that said I have to say that I really like this one by Martin Luther King Jr.

"Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity."