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MLK Redux

Jan
17
2005

A lot of you are showing up here because of the links from Kos et al so I’m to take the liberty of repeating myself. It’s nice to spend time talking about ourselves among ourselves but sometimes it’s not a bad idea to think about other things.
Saturday was the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s birthday. I put this post up last week but reading Andrew Sullivan on Abu Ghariab made me think it might be worth pointing out to a larger audience. I think it’s safe to say that if King were alive today, the word “LIberal” would never have become a term of scorn.
Charles Graner, the guy convicted of leading the torture ring at the Iraqi prison says he knew he was violating the Geneva Convention. The man nominated to interpret this nation’s laws as its top law enforcement official wouldn’t even comment on the matter when asked by the U.S. Senate.

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