Sister Souljah moments don’t get standing ovations

Earth to Jonathan Martin (and the rest of the press corps): Bill Clinton's Sister Souljah moment was telling truth to people who didn't believe it. Not to a standing ovation:

Obama's Father's Day speech includes some remarkable language about absentee dads that only he could deliver. More than that, though, it's something of a Sister Souljah — yet one delivered from a member of the black community. ...

This passage, which prompted a standing ovation, really stood out as a cut-to-the-bone, almost shaming challenge to African-Americans:

Where is the shocked silence? Who is going to attack Obama like Jesse Jackson attacked Clinton.

Give me a break, and stop giving Obama a free-ride.