11. POLITICALLY CORRECT


“Monkey See/Monkey Do

Politically Correct just happens to be a couple of words that make me feel very uncomfortable. And although I’m not quite sure what Politically Correct actually means, it does seem a bit highfalutin’ to me.

But what the heck! I don’t intend to spend my life walking on eggshells. As a matter of fact, I must admit I’m a bit prejudiced about those words and not ashamed of myself for feeling that way.

When I look at the front page of all the Politically Correct Newspapers and the Repetitious Theme of the Politically Correct Television Commentators, it conjures up a picture of Politically Correct Monkeys and Politically Correct Politicians, and reinforces the saying “Monkey See/Monkey Do”.

As I sit here, I have to ask myself why am I Blogging about such a negative subject? For after all I am for the most part a very positive person, although I guess it might have something to do with how strongly I feel that Our Country

is purposely being sabotaged. It seems to me that a lot of Negative People (Some of whom claim to be Christians) are not being true to themselves or their Country; Parsing their words, analyzing everything they say before it comes out of their mouths, and afraid they might make a mistake and offend someone. Afraid of not being Politically Correct.

I thank my Loving God that I’m an ordinary Independent Voter (not a Politically Correct Republican or Democrat) and thank God I’m certainly not an Aristocrat.

What galls me most of all: Is Our Politically Correct Professional Politicians and Our Politically Correct Supreme Court have banned the Ten Commandments and Our Loving God from Our schools. So, let’s all get together and do our part to help make America Great Again! For only with God's Help can we make this happen.

P.S. Would You please join me in a Prayer that our “Government Of the People, By the People, For the People, shall not Perish from the Earth." As quoted in President Abraham Lincoln's,

Gettysburg Address. I would also like to quote my good friend, Forest Gump, for stating: “That’s all I’ve got to say about that.”


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