Monday, May 11, 2009

Definition of Political Correctness

My good friend Victor Banis sent me this and it's too great not to share.

Sometimes you are encouraged about our country's future when you see something like this.

Specifically, there is an annual contest at Texas A&M University calling for the most appropriate definition of a contemporary term: This year's term was “Political Correctness.”

The winner wrote: "Political correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical minority, and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end."
R. J. Wiedemann LtCol. USMC Ret

This guy has nailed it!

11 comments:

Karen Walker said...

ditto
karen
http://www.karenfollowingthewhispers.blogspot.com

Alexis Grant said...

Hilarious! What a change from your previous series of posts.

Ethan Day said...

That Victor...always routing out the most interesting little bits of information.

Jina Bacarr said...

Sharp, concise and to the point. Couldn't be better.

Jina

http://tinyurl.com/BerlinSexDiary

Karen Brees said...

And of course there's the good old bumper sticker; The religious right is neither! Alan, I may be out of range during the next 12 days. Will check in as I am able.

K. A. Laity said...

Small mindedness of all kinds is unattractive.

Enid Wilson said...

Thumbs up for such a great quote.

Elle Parker said...

I absolutely love this!


Elle Parker
http://elleparkerbooks.blogspot.com/

Gayle Carline said...

Really funny! Of course, the sad part is the truth behind the term, that being gracious and tolerant to people you may not quite understand is a good thing to do because it's politically advantageous. How about because it's morally right? How about because, as you reach out to different groups, you learn and grow?

Gayle
http://gaylecarline.blogspot.com

Patricia Stoltey said...

Entertaining post, Alan. In my opinion, the phrase "political correctness" is one of the wackiest things we've ever had stuffed down our throats. Whatever happened to old fashioned words such as "courtesy," "respect," and "decency?" Do we really need to create contemporary terms (like euphemisms) for perfectly good and well-understood English?

Patricia
http://patriciastoltey.blogspot.com

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