Before Donald Trump comes to Tulsa, remember what real leaders sound like:
Martin Luther King — “Now is the time to rise from the dark and desolate valley of segregation to the sunlit path of racial justice.”
Robert Kennedy — “Too often we honor swagger and bluster and the wielders of force. Too often we excuse those who are willing to build their own lies on the shattered dreams of other human beings.”
Now those who divide, speak:
George Wallace — “And I say segregation now, segregation tomorrow, and segregation forever…”
George Wallace — “I agree that looters aught to be shot, yes.”
Questioner — “On sight?”
George Wallace — “On sight.”
George Wallace — “The negro and white citizen of this state are against the breakdown of law and order…”
Donald Trump — “You have to dominate the streets… Please don’t be too nice… Very fine people on both sides…”
When you hear leaders speak, you know who they are, who they represent, and what kind of America they’ll create.
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And George Wallace changed his mind on segregation. If even an old dyed-in-the-wool racist like him can learn, why can’t everyone else?
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