Martin Luther King, Conservative Icon?
Well, why not? In an age where submitting to government-sponsored demographic revolution and citizen surveillance are touted as "conservative," a man who cheated on his wife, plagiarized other writers, and conspired with communists can be deemed as "conservative" as anyone else:
As the nation celebrates King's national holiday Monday, a new battle has erupted over his legacy. Some conservatives are saying it's time for them to reclaim the legacy of King, whose message of self-help, patriotism and a colorblind America, they say, was "fundamentally conservative."It's all part of the regime's efforts to convince would-be dissidents to adopt the regime's beliefs. Clever, no?