MLK tribute 2017

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Keko is an American of Japanese descent I met while we were both employed in New York and New Jersey by a Japanese food company. Keko spoke Japanese though she described not knowing Honorific Japanese, which was a complete set of speech for the workplace. It was language set aside for sentence by sentence employee-on-boss ass kissing. If Trump were to learn Honorific English properly to pay tribute to Martin Luther King the great civil rights leader his language would be correct, but his honor would be missing. Trump with Honorific English would have the right words to respect the great civil rights leader, MLK, but Trump’s honor of King’s memory would be lacking. In addition to Trump lacking the words to respect the great civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Trump insulted a survivor of King’s peaceful leadership team, Congressman John Lewis. Trump could honor the great civil rights leader, Martin Luther King with honorific language, which with absent sentiment would be disrespectful. Trump instead insulted one of King’s leadership team, which is the best tribute a man lacking moral core could pay to the great civil rights leader, Martin Luther King. King spoke of a dream rather than a list of accomplishments. The best way to honor King is to acknowledge to what extend his dream is not yet achieved. Dear kind readers: I will honor the great civil rights leader in a way that honors his memory. I will do this with time in solitude and some external show of respect. Please consider the importance of King’s dream and honor him thoughtfully . . happy Martin Luther King Day 2017. Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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