They Couldn't Shine Uncle Tom's Shoes

I was tempted to call the Establishment/status quo newspaper editors of the Seattle Medium, "Toms," again, but the more I learn about Uncle Tom, a victim of his circumstances and also a mystifying hero, the more deserving of respect his 19th century life should have.  Whoever the real Uncle Tom was, his memory has my respect.  The Seattle Medium couldn't shine Uncle Tom's shoes.  This "newspaper's" mission is to serve and bow to the elites and upper crust professionals of the Seattle area at the expense of commoners and our egalitarian political aspirations.  Please, remember that before you follow their odious election endorsements.

- by Mark Greene

[revised on 8/28/13]

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