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If you could talk to martin L. king,what would you say

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    I would say "thank you" and point out how he laid the ground work for Obama's election.

    What would you say?

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    I would sing him a line or two of "We can Overcome".<G> He would probably prefer that I not do that.

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    I would tell him about his nemisis, J. Edgar Hoover, being a cross-dressing homosexual. I am sure Martin would ROFL at that.

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    i would thank him for all the advancements in the race gap. even though there still is a space there. he helped so many over come so many difficulties.

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