Freedom of speech is not freedom from criticism.
I think the White House being painted white is racist.
Let's paint it black. Hmm, wait, this might offend the white folks.
OK, I know what to do: let's paint it black and white, in stripes.
Oh wait, the brown folks, the Asians who are sort of yellow, and the Native Americans who are sort of red wouldn't be represented.
OK, I know what do do: let's paint it in all colors of the rainbow so that everybody gets represented.
Oh wait, the anti-gay folks wouldn't be happy. Darn.
All right, let's paint it with a reflective coat; it will look like mirrors, then no colors will stick.
We'll need to refer to it as "The House" instead of the White House.
If we do that, finally America will be rid of racism!
Hm... but people will still be wearing colorful clothes.
I think we should pass a law to make all clothes, cars, etc., have that reflective coat. There's the added advantage that we'll look very futuristic and sleek.
But what happens when nature insists in snowing, and at sunset night turns black?
So, forget the reflexive stuff. We could just scoop out the eyes of all Americans so we'll be really color blind.
Oh wait, we'll be a nation of blind people.
Hm... that's OK. We're already a nation of blind, dumb people (and fat as well). Without eyes we won't be able to notice how fat we are.
I can't do anything about the dumb part, though. I'll think of something. Oh well, I'm so dumb, I can't think of anything, so that's that.
Police abuses are the antithesis of personal freedom, and the vanguard of tyranny. And what we see from the "freedom lovers" is support of that.