Republicans and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: A Reminder Crooks and Liars
The last Republican candidate for president opposed it."
Mr. Conservative" (Barry Goldwater) voted against the holiday.
Ron Paul voted against the bill that created the holiday -- twice.
77 of the 90 nay votes in final bill in the House were cast by Republicans.
18 of the 22 nay votes in the final bill in the Senate were cast by Republicans.
And the Greatest American in the History of America, Ronald "States' Rights" Reagan, only reluctantly signed the bill into law because it arrived on his desk with veto-proof majorities.
Before he signed it, he said,Congress seemed bent on making it a national holiday