President Obama had a lesson in political correctness from silly people who think they are wise and proper. It is, in fact, only spreading the idiosyncrasy far and wide. One would have thought it would be nice for any beautiful woman to be told that she was beautiful. It would make any girl/woman happy and proud to be told that.
In this case too, Kama Harris is a personal friend and the president was only trying to publicize the fact thereby emanating a feel-good effect.
The spontaneous reaction from the others should have been a smile and a glance at the neighbor with a knowing-brow raising half an inch. Not write worthless columns later.
What is the world coming to? Are we sacrificing comradeship and natural flow of affection on the altar of political correctness?
Sad, in deed
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