Once again a legislator reveals his hatred. And now we know that people don't
have the right to eat. Wow.
Where do I commit to buy one? I have an Army Veteran plate on my truck. I'd
love to have MLK plate on my wife's care (and so would she).
"If we think about getting with kids at a very young age and teaching them
about the social ills that plague our society, it can make our community that
much better," Land said.That sounds like another indoctrination
program. Progressives who want their agenda pushed on the children they choose
not to have. Bad for the environment you understand, but they're are quite
willing to indoctrinate your children.
I find it difficult to express my opinion on this in a way that will be allowed.
I am confused by the behavior of this Utah county representative Brad
Daw. I would hope that he does not reflect the opinion of those who elected
him. I am sure this will be picked up by the national press and bring
more dishonor and embarrassment to our great state of Utah. It was
unnecessary to take what should have been a very simple matter; and blow it
completely out of proportion.Many times when it comes to our legislator, I
shake my head, and think how much they remind me of teenage children.Pick
your battles.Do we really want to be known for this sort of thing in Utah?
It will most likely be reported as the state of Utah does not want to
have MLK license plates, the questions that were asked; in what should have been
a routine approval; do not make any sense.
@SMEI think you are right look how our kids have been turned indoctrinated
into amateur radio operators, hunters, fisherman, animal rights activist,
humanitarians, snowmobilers etc etc by all these specialty plates already. where
does it stop? I mean heaven forbid that in this sea of indoctrination my kids my
be influenced to behave a little more like Dr King.