Dr Martin Luther King once said, "I have a dream, one day my four little children will live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but the content of their character." He Also quoted our founder's, and with conviction said " We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal"
Dr. King is one of my personal hero's, because he was authentic, spiritual, loving, compassionate, and more importantly, fallible, yes fallible. Very few people have had such a profound impact on American society, he believed in personal responsibility and equality. He didn't walk on water, and he never claimed too. Dr. King succumb to temptation, he fell down, he struggled, but as every great man of faith, he carried on. He kept the message passionate and would not let his trials and tribulations hinder his ardent pursuit for equality and justice.
Liberals like President Pinocchio have so drastically skewed the memory of a divinely guided man, and it's a great shame. King was not a politician, his agenda was equal treatment for all man kind. The vast majority of conservative Christian Americans, of which I am and Dr. king was too, believe all human life is sacred, it doesn't matter your color, race, gender, abnormality, age, or location (womb). In God's eyes we are all equal.