What about the folks who thought back then that it was a failure, who criticized it, what would you say to them.
Well I'd like to know what they were looking for, you know, what did they expect to come. You know, I'd have to ask them, what were they looking for. I mean here are people coming from all over the city to address their government in a way they felt was best to do it. I would like to say to those people really, what was you looking for, what did you want to come out of, what did they want to come out of. And I think those people that criticized it just talking because they want to criticize because anybody with common sense ought to know that that Poor People's March was a good thing that happened. I'm not saying everything happened within the march and all the problems, but it, the concept was a good concept, and those people that did that I just think they're a bunch of phonies.
Can you start with by saying, I would say that the critics of the Poor People's Campaign.
Yeah, I would say to the critics of the Poor People's Campaign that they was full of BS because I don't know what they was looking for. They'd have to realize it was a positive thing. Not everything went right, but the concept was right.
What about, um--