Nichelle Denise, a conservative in Missouri, writes on Facebook: "Thank you Dr. Martin Luther King for your dream, because your dream has helped bring freedom to all, no matter how others try to own it for themselves. The Dream belongs to everyone."
Adrienne Ross, a conservative Republican blogger in New York, writes about the legacy of Rev. King's famous speech: "Forty seven years ago today, Dr. Martin Luther King stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and delivered what has gone down in history as one of the greatest speeches of all time, 'I Have a Dream.' I wasn't alive on that momentous day when Dr. King spoke so powerfully, but those words remain as powerful and moving today, perhaps even more so. May this country walk in true unity -- hand in hand, arm in arm. May we walk as one. May God bless America and, more importantly, may America bless God."
Princella Smith, a conservative Republican in Arkansas, writes about the speech on Twitter: "Grew up citing Dr. King's many quotes and speeches. God bless this man who literally gave his life for a moral, non-political cause."
In related news, construction of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial on the National Mall is 45 percent complete and on schedule to be finished by Fall 2011..
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