Is the sin of violating “political correctness” in the eye of the beholder or in the mouth who utters it?

That’s what we’ll find out now after Hillary Clinton’s thoughtless, careless, anti-indigenous people slur. I suggest it was a “Freudian” slip.

Already, NPR and other semi-official “news” sources are coming to Hillary’s aid after she told CNN Friday: “I have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak.”

NPR quickly put together a story pardoning Hillary because the New York Times and other distinguished, politically correct institutions and people have used the phrase.

One thing’s for sure, there’s no way she convinces Elizabeth Warren to be her running mate now.

As for me, one-quarter Micmac of the Algonquin tribe, it doesn’t really bother me. I have much bigger problems with Hillary than her racism. And, yes, she is a certifiable racist and anti-Semite, as a forthcoming book about her character will demonstrate.

My problems with her are the following: She’s a liar. She’s a cheat. She’s a fraud. She will say anything and do anything for power and money – including sell her country down the river. She has no accomplishments except bad ones. She rides the coattails of a sexual predator husband whose behavior she has unceremoniously covered up for personal gain.

I could go on and on.

Should I?

OK. Her voice is more annoying than a rusty nail being scraped against a chalkboard. She coughs a lot. She smells bad. She is as much a political extremist as Bernie Sanders. She hates the military and cops. She hates America as much as Michelle Obama. Nobody likes her, not even Democrats. She’s just unlikable. She’s mean, vindictive and spiteful.

I could go on, but please stop me.

There’s one more thing about this incident, though. Did you notice the context?

What she said was part of an anti-male tirade: “I’m not going to deal with their temper tantrums or their bullying or their efforts to try to provoke me. He can say whatever he wants to me. I could really care less.”

Do you see the point? All men are bullies. They all have temper tantrums. They all try to provoke her.

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And deeply offensive to me is the phrase: “I could really care less.” Hillary says this a lot. Does she even understand what that means? The correct phrase is, “I couldn’t care less.” By saying, “I could care less,”
she is saying she really cares.

Everything this woman does bothers me.

The least of my worries, even as one whose veins proudly pump native American blood, is her use of a crude, hateful, micro-aggressive trigger word.

By the way, I’m glad she’s going to be the nominee of the Democratic Party. They deserve her and she deserves them. She’s going to get her butt kicked. We should all thank the Democratic Party establishment for rigging the process.

I thought of some more reasons I don’t like her.

She couldn’t care less (notice how I used this phrase) about national security.

She’s the very definition of a “limousine liberal.”

Goldman Sachs.

My guess is she won’t be able to find anyone to be her running mate – except one of two idiots from Virginia, Tim Kaine or Mark Warner.

Here are some more reasons I can’t stand her:

She thinks “climate change” is the most pressing crisis we face. It’s not even real.

She thinks Obamacare can be fixed.

She thinks abortion should be the first option considered when pregnancy occurs.

She likes the killing machine euphemistically called “Planned Parenthood.”

She may have slept with Bill Clinton.

She claims to be a Christian. That’s a laugh.

These are a few of the reasons she’s, pardon the expression, “off the reservation.”

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