Lincoln: Why the rush?
King: Another Remembrance Day, but for what?
Lincoln: I took a bullet to make a wrong right, while much work remained unfinished. Thought enlighten future generations would tackle the part of equality.
King: And I took a bullet to remind those citizens about your unfinished mission. After all, it was a fundamental human rights issue.
Lincoln: Now, they would erect a wall to keep away the poor neighbors.
King: What appalled me was… not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.