Originally Posted By: logtroll
Turns out, if Massa Bundy said anything that could be construed as racist, it's Martin Luther King's fault.

It's hard for Mr. Bundy to believe that it's 2014 and not 1954:

via CNN:

Bundy: I thought about what Reverend Martin Luther King said. I thought about Rosa Park taking her seat at the front of the bus. Reverend Martin Luther King did not want her to take her seat in the front of the bus. That wasn’t what he was talking about. He did not say go to the front of the bus and that’s where your seat was. What Reverend King wanted was that she could sit anywhere in the bus and nobody would say anything about it. You and I can sit anywhere in the bus. That’s what he wanted. That’s what I want. I want her to be able to sit anywhere in the bus and I want to be able to sit by her any where in that bus. That’s what he wanted. He didn’t want this prejudice thing like the media tried to put on me yesterday. I’m not going to put up with that because that’s not what he wanted. that’s not what I want. I want to set by her anywhere on that bus and I want anybody to be able to do the same thing. That’s what he was after, it’s not a prejudice thing, but make us equal.

How nice! Cliven Bundy actually is following in the footsteps of Martin Luther King and his important message that we should all sit wherever we want to on the bus. And if you're Cliven Bundy, you also get to ride for free because you don’t believe in government buses.

See, the thing is, this whole kerfuffle about him wondering if a return to benevolent captivity might not be better for the Negro has not only been blown out of proportion by the Liebrul media, it also reflects The Negro's failure to get what King was truly talking about, because The Negro is just not as tight with the MLK as Cliven Bundy is:

Maybe I sinned and maybe I need to ask forgiveness and maybe I don’t know what I actually said. But you know when you talk about prejudice, we’re talking about not being able to exercise what we think and our feelings. We’re not freedom — we don’t have freedom to say what we want. If I call — if I say ‘negro’ or ‘black boy’ or ‘slave,’ I’m — If those people cannot take those kind of words and not be offensive, then Martin Luther King hasn’t got his job done yet. They should be able to — I should be able to say those things and they shouldn’t offend anybody.

You just gotta hand it to Cliven Bundy - here's a man who thinks Martin Luther King would be on his side and would shake his head in astonishment at just how touchy teh blacks get about every last little word.

Cliven Bundy may not make it to the promised land, but by golly, he's sure going to piss and moan about all the coloreds until they get off the government teat and take the bus there.
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