Yeah. I can’t let it alone. Wish I could, but I. Just. Can’t.
Not after seeing clips of Senator McCain and Governor Palin both using the same phrase they are tearing Senator Obama a new one for using.
I don’t like hypocrites. And that is what the McCain campaign is made up of, apparently, in light of the fact that McCain has used the same phrase at least once in specific reference to some of Senator Clinton’s initiatives. So, arguably, McCain could be accused at least as directly of sexism as Obama can for his comments.
If, that is, what was said was sexist, which it clearly wasn’t.
And even if it were, I think we all need to calm down and back away from the political correctness.
PC isn’t good for anyone. It makes well-meaning people paranoid to say anything that might possibly be misinterpreted, which is most things depending on the situation, and it doesn’t stop the people who say really malign things from saying them. Personally, I’d prefer that people who are prone to saying unpleasant things to just feel free to say them. Then I can know who I want to avoid keeping company with more easily.
The right wing of the Republican party condemns political correctness as so much censorship, but when someone who disagrees with them, say the Democratic ticket in the upcoming election, the right-wingers use political correctness as a club to beat the Democrats about the head and shoulders.
Like the McCain campaign is doing to Obama today.
And that, my friends, is rank hypocrisy.
Issues, people. There are issues in the campaign.
It would be nice if someone would talk about those rather than acting like a bunch of sixth graders calling each other names.