Black Positive People : 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON

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Its an easy fix Enki, keep it moving, he's aware of the plan ... has rejected the offer, right?
Yes sirrrr....Keep on moving..!!

I've seen this behavior before, and it was when Obama was running for the first time. And you had black that was not down with him. But when he won, these same folks acted as if they was down with him from the get go.... I suspect when we do get this ball rolling ...we will have some of those same folks, acting as if they were down from the get go.

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rustin was a homosexual for all them gay bashers out there. without his efforts the march would not have taken place. props.

i was there in 1963. it was about injustice and jobs. today, 50 years later, we still have a big problem with injustice and jobs.
MLK ain't nothing but the name of a boulevard today. we still have the same issues after 50 years and a black president.

how can this be anything but a media show to fool the people? if King were alive today he would not participate.

repeat, we have the exact same problems after 50 years. how can this be progress?
The depression was in the 30s and 40s, and jobs was a problem then. So ask yourself why? And that isn't a 50 year span from the 60s. You act as if blacks ain't never had jobs, and we have always had a high unemployment rate. You bloviate this message every chance you get. You are not pin-pointing any cause, like when congress voted down a number of job bills that was presented to them. During this last electing, and even in the second debate, Obama said that he has his pin ready to sign a jobs bill, all congress has to do is pass it. But when you point this out , it take the power away to blame Obama, and many want to be able to blame him for any and every little thing.

Peace!
 

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rustin was a homosexual for all them gay bashers out there. without his efforts the march would not have taken place. props.

i was there in 1963. it was about injustice and jobs. today, 50 years later, we still have a big problem with injustice and jobs.
MLK ain't nothing but the name of a boulevard today. we still have the same issues after 50 years and a black president.

how can this be anything but a media show to fool the people? if King were alive today he would not participate.

repeat, we have the exact same problems after 50 years. how can this be progress?
ok, you are now on my ignore list. i will not be insulted.


No problem elder, you do you ... But know this, its still about jobs and economics and I enjoyed the March rally and what all speakers had to say ... and to read what you write about this, is insulting to me too brother :facepalm:
 

Clyde C Coger Jr

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Yes sirrrr....Keep on moving..!!

I've seen this behavior before, and it was when Obama was running for the first time. And you had black that was not down with him. But when he won, these same folks acted as if they was down with him from the get go.... I suspect when we do get this ball rolling ...we will have some of those same folks, acting as if they were down from the get go.

Peace!
The depression was in the 30s and 40s, and jobs was a problem then. So ask yourself why? And that isn't a 50 year span from the 60s. You act as if blacks ain't never had jobs, and we have always had a high unemployment rate. You bloviate this message every chance you get. You are not pin-pointing any cause, like when congress voted down a number of job bills that was presented to them. During this last electing, and even in the second debate, Obama said that he has his pin ready to sign a jobs bill, all congress has to do is pass it. But when you point this out , it take the power away to blame Obama, and many want to be able to blame him for any and every little thing.

Peace!

My words came true, lol, our argument feel upon elder's deaf ears, he's in deep-denial when it comes to giving black folk credit for the distance we've traveled over these past 50 yrs.

Anyone and everyone knows we aren't there yet, and this struggle continues until the job is done.


 
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