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Racism, Bigotry or Extreme Political Correctne

 

Perhaps one needs to be older to properly grasp the nuances of what is politically correct and what is racist or bigoted.  Vocabularies change over the years as do their connotations as the younger generations accept/promote different interpretations and meaning.

Like many, the recent few years have offered me several head scratching moments where I was left thinking, “how could they possibly believe that comment was racist or bigoted”.

My hat is off to a young lady at Columbia University who seemed to get a good grip on the situation and did a good job of articulating it.   I only hope she doesn’t get any blowback on her opinion.

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Musings of a Politically Independent Healthcare Provider

Welcome to my Blog.

I created this blog to offer my opinion on a variety of subjects.  My areas of interest include politics, healthcare, New York City, fairness, diversity and a desire to help the needy and protect our children.  I do have opinions. I will express them, some will agree and others will not.  My purpose is two-fold:  express myself and instigate a dialogue.  I hope you enjoy my comments even though you may not agree.

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