Oliver, in a post on the apparent ineffective nature of political protests, writes:
Successful social actions have the advantage of being easy to roll of the tongue. Civil rights marchers demanded that all men be created equal. Yes, they had various issues – some people were more concerned with getting decent wages than being considered equal citizens – but the message from the protesters were simple: I Am A Man.
Yes, I know what he meant. Yes, I am the last person to be pointing out imprecision in writing.
I still found it humorous.