Sunday, February 26, 2006

P.C. Speech

Robert McHenry looks at the Never Offend Anyone movement and finds it wanting.

An excerpt:

What a glorious vision is this, this future Eden, where speech is so carefully watched, even if it is not listened to, and where no one need ever again experience judgment or reproach. You'll be OK, I'll be OK, we'll all be OK, truly OK, and we can shout out together the immortal words of Sally Field: "You don't dislike me. You really, really don't dislike me."

Read it all here.

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