The other night I could not sleep (my 5th night in a row of no sleep) and I was thinking which is always dangerous for me. The realization came to me that there really is no PC in our language if we stop accepting it. We, on the right have allowed ourselves to be bullied for far too long. We are responsible for allowing it to happen and to go on. And we need to put a stop to it and not feel bad about it.
We do not have to be ruled by these nut jobs on the left who do not want us to use certain offensive words (only to them). Of course I will make an exception for the N word.
However, we have plenty of other words we do not have to bend over to the liberals about.
For example: Each time I comment on a subject that a liberal does not like, such as their president’s policies, I get called a racist, a homophobic, a xenophobic or some other term that they think will shut me up. After all who wants this kind of shame heaped onto their heads?
I found out some time ago while I was writing my thoughts on John Boehner’s Face Book page, that when I get called a name that I don’t have to take it. What I simply said to this useful idiot who called me a racist is “that no longer works with me”. I never heard another peep from this guy again.
I found that this very simple, easy enough to recall term, “that no longer works on me” simply and easily does the trick.
So if they want to call me names and try to make me out to be something other than what I am all I have to do is tell them ” that does not work on me any longer“. They are left with nothing to say any further. And I get to write to my heart’s content without being called what they think is one of their “you shut up” words.
I, for one, will no longer take this from these useful idiot bullies. It is all designed to keep us from our rights to the First Amendment. For we all know that the 1rst Amendment only exists for them. I will no longer allow it. I will stand my ground from now on. I will not allow them to heap any shame on top of my head for calling me something I am not to shut me down.