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The following is the winning entry in 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 Lt Col. USMC Ret.


gruaud said...

That we even need political correctness is deplorable;
since it asks for the respect of women, gays, the
disabled, and all non-whites.

This really bugs the Confederate States of America,
for some weird reason.

ferschitz said...

This definition seems to apply more the question "What is a conservative philosophy?"

Yes, righties are mightily upset about having to acknowledge the inherent rights and dignity of women, minorities, gays, etc. Oh well: too bad for them. PC is here to stay. Suck on it.

Anonymous said...

Obviously this is correct and true because a vet wrote it. Puhlzeeze.

-John Johnson, Gen., US Army, Ret

See, now I'm a vet too.

Anonymous said...

Well how nice. Poppy HW Bush has just invited BHO to give a talk at Poppy's Library at Texas A&M I believe this weekend(note: a socialist land grant univ), and Poppy has written a letter to all Aggies basically begging them to behave themselves (as in: don't dress in your hoods & robes and act like racist shits) when BHO is there making a speech.

So unsurprising to read crap like this from a so-called Aggie.

Anonymous said...

I don't get it. Which ones are turds? Women, blacks, or homosexuals?

Anonymous said...

Typical redneck Aggie. Texas Gov. Rick "secede from the union" Perry is a perfect example of an A&M graduate.

Anonymous said...

Which ones are turds?? All of the above: wimminz, brown-skinned folks, dirty messicanz, teh gheyz, eek-a-muslins, teh poorz, etc.

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