Taking PC to deadly limits

Ethel C. Fenig
Who knew some illnesses, even though they are fatal, are politically incorrect and therefore not worthy of charitable contributions?  The oh so politically correct students at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada did and are doing something about it.    

OTTAWA - The Carleton University Students' Association has voted to drop a cystic fibrosis charity as the beneficiary of its annual Shinearama fundraiser, supporting a motion that argued the disease is not "inclusive" enough.

Cystic fibrosis "has been recently revealed to only affect white people, and primarily men" said the motion read Monday night to student councillors, who voted almost unanimously in favour of it.

Some politically incorrect students, who believe that white men deserve a chance to live, voted against the motion.

Who knew some illnesses, even though they are fatal, are politically incorrect and therefore not worthy of charitable contributions?  The oh so politically correct students at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada did and are doing something about it.    

OTTAWA - The Carleton University Students' Association has voted to drop a cystic fibrosis charity as the beneficiary of its annual Shinearama fundraiser, supporting a motion that argued the disease is not "inclusive" enough.

Cystic fibrosis "has been recently revealed to only affect white people, and primarily men" said the motion read Monday night to student councillors, who voted almost unanimously in favour of it.

Some politically incorrect students, who believe that white men deserve a chance to live, voted against the motion.