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Sunday, 16 August 2015 15:17

Editorial on the sickness of political correctness

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Your editorial on the sickness of political correctness and how it has impacted our society was thought provoking. Political correctness and the over-feminization of our culture has led us to a sad point in our history. If we had this culture in the late 50s and early 60s, we would have never gotten to the moon or developed an aircraft like the SR71 in 18 months. Perception, self marketing, personal sensitivity, over-involvement without qualifications and character assassination for every slight and flaw are now more important than substance. Errors by the politically correct are ignored or downplayed while those who oppose are subjected to the most extreme ridicule and character assassination. The intense unfiltered dialog needed for free idea generation and problem solving is not possible when you must focus so much energy on how things may be interpreted or if they are out of bounds given the PC norm. Michael Bayhough

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