I’ll tell you my opinion of the fanaticism of political correctness. I think people who consider it a sign of “social advancement” are only embracing the chains that are trying to bind them and everyone else. And no, I don’t think the practice of racial slurs–on any race–and name calling should ever be considered acceptable–just because I find this paralyzing trend of political correctness to be more a form of cultural Marxism than freedom. It’s the same insanity that allowed the years of sex slavery inflicted upon children and teenagers in England by Muslims because people feared they might look like bigots if they reported it. And you know, I honestly believe that political correctness isn’t necessarily geared to stop offending people as it is to exert power from one group over another. It’s all about power, and it’s a reverse form of slavery. Even Nazi-like: You vill say vhat I tell you to say; You vill zink what I tell you to zink; You vill remove what I tell you to remove. It’s evil. Hunger for power that goes unchecked or rebelled against is a dangerous thing because, where will it stop? Will someone one day be arrested for looking cross-eyed at another person and thrown into prison or fired from their job or expelled from school? If I wear red, white and blue one day, will I be told to change my clothes because I’m wearing the colors of the ‘Confederate’ flag and be ordered to wear a rainbow shirt? Out of political correctness? And what about the crucifix I wear and the St. Benedict medals…will that also come under target?
I used to periodically, on Tulane Avenue, get behind a woman who drove a car who was obviously anti-God. She must have had fifteen bumper stickers and patches on the trunk of her car that were God and religious put downs, such as the name “Darwin” in the symbol of the Christian symbol of the icthus, insulting, sacrilegious things there in the middle of Obama-Biden stickers, and vicious to boot. I didn’t let them bother me; it’s her car and she can place just about anything she wanted to put on it; I’m at the point in my life that my faith is so strong and God so far above all of this and the memory of the indignities of what Christ suffered on the cross for all of us that I didn’t take offense and just pitied this woman for not having God in her life. And not for the life of me would I demand she remove her stickers because they went against my beliefs. But what she did would be considered politically correct today and acceptable.
I don’t hate homosexuals but I don’t feel like flying a rainbow flag and I don’t believe the sentiment Obama said when the Supreme Court ruled in favor of gay marriages (against the Constitution as it was written) that Love Wins! No, pals of mine, love had nothing to do with it. He should have said, My Power Wins. My Power Wins! And take that, Christian conservatives, I’ll show you. But don’t say, love, Mr. President. You hate America and you are out to insult everyone who doesn’t hold to the creeds you uphold to only to increase your political base. You’ve been flipping your finger to America ever since you took office. Love’s got nothing to do with it. Your greed for power and ego has rewritten and redefined marriage in the eyes of the law; your hubris is through the roof. Your greed for power and ego has overridden constitutionality through the auspices of the bozos who sit on the Supreme Court who are as misguided and power hungry as you. It must frustrate you terribly to know that even your arms are too short to box with God.