So unlike Sharpton to exploit MLK’s legacy for political gain… no, not really.
AL SHARPTON: I think his speech was about him setting a tone for where he saw the rest of century going. I don’t think it was about just four years for him. I think he was giving a vision, he thinks in terms, when he talks to us — like Kennedy talking about the New Frontier, Johnson about the Great Society. I don’t think everything he addressed yesterday was about what he wanted to legislate, but about where he wants to see the country go. His vision…
I think the specifics of his four years will come in the State of the Union. But yesterday, I think it was his vision, his I Have A Dream.