I was born a Democrat; grew up in a labor union household; and generally raised in an atmosphere with, ah, colorful language. And if I had ever used this kind of language my father the union organizer would have backhanded me for it:
Standing in front of the Education Department’s headquarters in downtown Washington, Miami-Dade County teacher Ceresta Smith referred to former District of Columbia Schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee—founder and CEO of the advocacy group StudentsFirst—as an “Asian b[*]tch.”
He’d have been right to, too. Democrat or no, that sh*t just ain’t right. But I’m willing to bet that the Democrats will tolerate it being said about Ms. Rhee…
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) April 11, 2013
Heck of a thing when the advocacy of ‘cracking skulls’ is almost… tame, in comparison.