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Political Correctness gone mad

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Submitted by Rob James (United States), Feb 8, 2005 at 08:41

I think we all know why minimalizing the obvious has become so popular. Political correctness has become the top priority of our system. It is ironic in no small way that inaction has become the new fountain of injustice. Traditionally, the definition of injustice has been alot easier to grasp, since it has largely been limited to minority rights and priveledges.

Now, as you (Mr. Pipes), have demonstrated; we risk our justice (and security) by refusing to objectively admit the problem.

This event is really only the tip of the iceberg. As an Evangelical, I cannot even begin to tell you some of the stories of the horrendous acts that take place in Islamic world reguarding the treatment of christian missionaries and converts. None of them, even if they take place in America; are listed under the title of "Terrorism."
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