Working Class Stiff Annoys Liberal Icon

Working class people please learn your station in life!In what can only be described as a disturbing example of a person not knowing their station in life, a working class flight attendant from American Airlines had the temerity to ask, nay, demand that Alec Baldwin turn off his electronic devices.

Our hero Mr. Baldwin, clearly rattled by the breach of protocol, retreated to the rest room in first class to compose himself and gather the moral courage to not strike the attendant.

But things only got worse for Mr. Baldwin.  American Airlines, clearly not knowing or caring that one of the better class of people was on board had the plane go back to the gate.  Thereupon Mr. Baldwin was taken off the plane, his august body touched by the bare hands of working class people.

Clearly Mr. Baldwin is within his rights to sue American after the indignities he suffered.  But, showing all the world his class and refinement he has chosen not to.

This is not an isolated incident.  In the past year there have been more reports of formerly docile working class people with moderate to conservative tendencies refusing submission to their liberal superiors.

To what do we owe these disturbing signs of class warfare?  I, the Manhattan Infidel, a working class person myself yet one who still maintains healthy respect for protocol and etiquette between the classes have a theory which I now present to my readers:

  • Republican attempts to dismantle the welfare state

In the past year, the Tea Party “Teabaggers” have risen up in America.  A disturbing force they want to cut government spending and end the safety net of entitlement spending.   If this safety net is dismantled the bond between the classes will disappear.  No longer will the majority of Americans look upon liberals with gratitude for their daily bread.  Instead resentment, envy and hatred will reign.  We must not allow this to happen.  After all, our founding fathers did not give us a republic where all men are created equal just to allow the working class to forget their natural, lower station in life.

I believe I have a simple solution that will restore trust and respect between the classes.

I ask that all working class people, when coming in contact with liberals, wear gloves on their hands.  It is simply inconceivable that the bare hands of commoners should be allowed to touch liberals.  I believe that the visible symbol of the gloves will remind us of who we are, what we are, and why familiarity between the classes should be frowned upon.

In addition to gloves I humbly ask my fellow commoners that, when leaving the presence of a liberal, they not turn their backs upon them.  Instead, walk backwards, bowing all the time. It is important that you never turn your back on a liberal as this can be misinterpreted as disrespect.  He would then be within his rights to beat you.

And so dear readers, I ask you to give my suggestions serious consideration.  I believe they are for our own good.

Yours sincerely,

The Manhattan Infidel


3 Responses

  1. Also, working class people might catch some wonderful exotic diseases from our liberal betters if we don’t wear hand protection.

    Just an FYI.

  2. Is he still planning to run for the Mayor of New York?

  3. Manhattan Infidel says:

    Shamus: a liberal pandemic!

    EOS: I think he’s kind of given up on that. Thank god.

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