RFK, Jr. calls Obama 'Indentured servant' (corrected)

Wouldn't it be great to be a liberal? Just think of all the stuff you can say or do that if a conservative tried it, he would be boiled in oil, tarred and feathered, and drummed out of the human race.

Not so the authentic liberal who establishes his cred to be Un-PC simply by existing as a person of the left. If you are a liberal, known as a liberal, recognized as a liberal, everyone knows that when you use terms like "indentured servant of the coal industry" when referring to Barack Obama, - as Brian Ross and Joseph Rhee of
ABC report - that you're not being a racist pig. How can you be when your liberalism is like Superman's cape; it protects you from any notion that what you're using is "hate speech."

Please. if you are conservative, do not try this at home.

The irony is that the irony is lost on liberals who believe themselves incapable of being racist and prove it by using racist terms and speech whenever they want to. You see? By talking like a racist, they prove they aren't one.

An autopsy of the liberal brain might reveal interesting configurations such as looped and stringy logic centers, a bulbous clump of self importance, and a blank space where rational thought is in the rest of us. As far as memory, it would be evident that part of the brain is very compartmentalized and extremely selective with walls within walls cutting off any thoughts that might tend to contradict whatever reasoning they are using at the moment.

Gee...sure wish I were a liberal.

Update and correction:

Apparently ABC conflated RFKJ statments in the past about those who support coal being "indentured servants" with his mild criticism of Obama in the actual interview. ("I guarantee you if we could get President Obama to fly over the Cumberland, to fly over the Appalachian mountains and see…").  John Nelson of Enviro-Know pointed this out online and in an email. And it appears that he is right: RFKJ did not directly call President Obama an indentured servant. Unless ABC has something beyond its posted transcript, it should withdraw the headline.

We gregret repeating ABC's error.

The media double standard still exists, of course, but this is not a genuine example of it.
Wouldn't it be great to be a liberal? Just think of all the stuff you can say or do that if a conservative tried it, he would be boiled in oil, tarred and feathered, and drummed out of the human race.

Not so the authentic liberal who establishes his cred to be Un-PC simply by existing as a person of the left. If you are a liberal, known as a liberal, recognized as a liberal, everyone knows that when you use terms like "indentured servant of the coal industry" when referring to Barack Obama, - as Brian Ross and Joseph Rhee of
ABC report - that you're not being a racist pig. How can you be when your liberalism is like Superman's cape; it protects you from any notion that what you're using is "hate speech."

Please. if you are conservative, do not try this at home.

The irony is that the irony is lost on liberals who believe themselves incapable of being racist and prove it by using racist terms and speech whenever they want to. You see? By talking like a racist, they prove they aren't one.

An autopsy of the liberal brain might reveal interesting configurations such as looped and stringy logic centers, a bulbous clump of self importance, and a blank space where rational thought is in the rest of us. As far as memory, it would be evident that part of the brain is very compartmentalized and extremely selective with walls within walls cutting off any thoughts that might tend to contradict whatever reasoning they are using at the moment.

Gee...sure wish I were a liberal.

Update and correction:

Apparently ABC conflated RFKJ statments in the past about those who support coal being "indentured servants" with his mild criticism of Obama in the actual interview. ("I guarantee you if we could get President Obama to fly over the Cumberland, to fly over the Appalachian mountains and see…").  John Nelson of Enviro-Know pointed this out online and in an email. And it appears that he is right: RFKJ did not directly call President Obama an indentured servant. Unless ABC has something beyond its posted transcript, it should withdraw the headline.

We gregret repeating ABC's error.

The media double standard still exists, of course, but this is not a genuine example of it.