Frontiers in political correctness: 'Hard worker' now insensitive to slaves, working mothers

Using the expression “hard worker” to describe a white person is now an offense against slaves and working mothers who don’t have health care coverage.  And it is somehow the Republicans’ fault, too.  This latest encyclical from Melissa Harris-Perry, high priestess of political correctness, Wake Forest University professor, MSNBC weekend talk show host, and tax delinquent, was delivered from her MSNBC pulpit Saturday.  David Rutz of the Washington Free Beacon captured the moment: The text is worth reading for its sheer incoherence: ALFONSO AGUILAR: But let’s be fair. If there’s somebody who is a hard worker when he goes to Washington, it’s Paul Ryan. Not only works with the Republicans but Democrats. You know very well that I work on [the] immigration issue, trying to get Republicans to support immigration reform. Paul Ryan is somebody who has supported immigration reform, has worked with somebody like Luis...(Read Full Post)