Today John McCain had the balls to campaign in Memphis on the 40th anniversary of the Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination. Takes balls when you have his record.
He not only voted against the King holiday in 1983, pandering to Arizona's white xenophobia, but he's been a consistent foe of measures that would benefit African Americans and others pushed to the margins of society. Color of Change sent along of an informative catalogue of McCain's votes and positions on rights issues:
Not my idea of someone who has any business invoking Dr. King's memory.