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It is fascism in the name of feelings. And to paraphrase George Carlin, it is gentrification of language that doesn't actually help the people it is purported to help.
In fact, the liberals actively seeking to meddle in the conversations of others by micromanaging their word choice and name-calling those who don't use the right words -ist and -phobic has silenced civil discussion and debate - leading to the rise of Donald Trump on the right because there are millions who let him speak for them because they weren't allowed to speak for themselves.
Evil and good are "beliefs without any foundation" therefore it can not be either [http://hubpages.com/religion-philosophy/Understanding-The-Knowledge-Of-Good-and-Evil], however, it is designed to prevent people from actually saying what they mean, for example, you are not to call them a liar even though they intended to deceive by not telling the truth or facts. Where I am concerned, "politically correctness" is to call everything according to its name and not be forced to say something in a "so called" nice way, which is all political correctness is.
So it isn't evil but it is not in the best interest of the people.
by Schandee Decker3 years ago
Is anyone else sick of the words "politically correct"?Who thought this up, a politician and why are so many people going along with it. We keep changing in America to accommodate more people we don't need....
by lostgirlscat8 years ago
If you'd been a prosyletizing Catholic, Mormon, Jew or any other"orthodox" religion, the military would have evicted you from their ranks, but be a radical muslim, such as Major Nidal Malik Hasan and instead...
by ahorseback2 years ago
While places like , Brussels Belgium burns , In America we are worried about the relationship between a potential Trump presidency and BLM , about how women think he's a pig , we are...
by aka-dj9 years ago
PC. Is it good, bad or somewhere in between? How far can PC go before it becomes ridiculous? When does it become offensive and unworkable? Examples are encouraged.Have we lost touch with (what once was called) common...
by thirdmillenium7 years ago
It is carrying the argument for political correctness a bit too far to have this Islamic monument at ground zero. What is the point? What do you want to prove? Is it really needed at the exact spot? Logic and common...
by lady_love1587 years ago
This is the winner of the annual contest at the University of Arkansas and I think it's precise! LOL
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