Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?
Bob Whitaker (email@example.com)
Mon, 18 Nov 1996 10:09:32 -0500
cynthia gage wrote:
> In article <328F5655.firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com wrote:
> > > cynthia gage wrote:
> > > > If you re-read my post you'll
> > > > see I'm only interested in why you choose to use "PC" so often but refuse
> > > > to explain what that term means to you and why you are so bitterly opposed
> > > > to those things.
> > >
> > ><Bob>
> > > Anybody your age who doesn't know what Political Correctness is
> > > is beyond redemption. Maybe you have so totally accepted it you don't
> > > know what it is. I doubt you've ever heard anything else.
> > > Laura Finsten started out with your kind of fake sincerity and
> > > friendliness. It is the same old tactic Mommy Professor teaches you,
> > > and which you always think you thought of: get me to quibbling so I'll
> > > stop talking plain English.
> > > Of coarse I've heard various definitions of PC...but that's the thing -
> > > they vary. I was asking for YOUR definition of what PC means. Re-read my
> > > question AGAIN...it asks what "the term means to you". If defining what
> > > it means to you means you'll "stop talking plain English" ....hmmm.....
> > > :)
> > > Cynthia
> > I notice you're cut out the earlier communication, where you
> > informed me that the only person you ever heard about PC from was me.
> > That was why, you said, you needed me to explain it to you. When called
> > on it, you now say of course you've heard of it, you just to quibble
> > about it.
> OK...you got me Bob...I should have explained that what I meant in my
> earlier post was that the only person I was hearing "PC" from ON THIS
> NEWSGROUP was YOU. You've once again completely avoided answering my
> question so I'll ask one more time if you'll re-read my post. What does
> "PC" mean to you, what is YOUR definition. Why do you insist I'm trying
> to trick you? I've now asked you the same question three times and you've
> yet to answer it. Perhaps the answer lies in your silence on the issue?
> Perhaps there is no "PC"?
> Still wondering :)
Try something novel: actualy read what I said, hold back the
knee-jerk PC reaction a second, and you will see that I already answered