I don't presume to know what was in the heart and mind of someone who was killed back when I was a very young child, but I'm going to go out on a limb here and take a wild guess that Martin Luther King Jr. would not want the likes of Bill O'Reilly speaking for him were he alive today.
During this Monday's Talking Points Memo, Bill-O used the March on Washington as an excuse to continue attacking single mothers (a running theme for this week from Republicans, it seems and a problem we all know O'Reilly doesn't really want to solve) and to attack civil rights leaders like Al Sharpton and call them "the civil rights industry."
O'Reilly also used the occasion to attack the unions who were also involved in organizing the event this year. If Martin Luther King Jr. were alive today, he would be the subject of one of these rants right along with the Rev. Al, rather than having O'Reilly try to rewrite history for him. He'd be calling him a union thug-loving, Socialist race-hustler and treating him with the same disdain we saw from him here.
Here's Fox's summary of the segment from their blog: O'Reilly: 'Dr. King Would Be Brokenhearted at Breakdown of Traditional Family in America':
As the United States approaches the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, many are taking the time to reflect on how far the nation has come. In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O’Reilly speculated what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would think of the racial situation in America today.