Archive | February 23, 2020

Interesting historically, to say the least….

“This post is not based on facts, but it is funny! It’s true that the phrase “politically correct” was first employed as far back as 1793, but not in any way resembling the modern application of the term.”

-Sheila Tolley-


What is meant by the modern term referred to as POLITICAL CORRECTNESS?
The definition is found in 4 telegrams at the Truman Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri. The following are copies of four telegrams between President Harry Truman and Gen Douglas MacArthur on the day before the actual signing of the WWII Surrender Agreement in September 1945..  The contents of those four telegrams below are exactly as received at the end of the war – not a word has been added or deleted!

(1) Tokyo, Japan
0800-September 1,1945
To: President Harry S Truman
From: General D A MacArthur

Tomorrow we meet with those yellow-bellied bastards and sign the Surrender Documents, any last minute instructions? 


(2) Washington, D C
1300-September 1, 1945
To: D A MacArthur
From: H S Truman

Congratulations, job well done, but you must tone down your obvious dislike of the Japanese when discussing the terms of the surrender with the press, because some of your remarks are fundamentally not politically correct! 


(3) Tokyo, Japan
1630-September 1, 1945
To: H S Truman
From: D A MacArthur and C H Nimitz

Wilco Sir, but both Chester and I are somewhat confused, exactly what does the term politically correct mean?


(4) Washington, D C
2120-September 1, 1945
To: D A MacArthur/C H Nimitz
From: H S Truman

Political Correctness is a doctrine, recently fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and promoted by a sick mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a piece of shit by the clean end!





Ole Bernie is the Ruskies Communist Comrade. He honeymooned in Moscow. The same dems are trying to get rid of him.

The Editor: Do you know about the upcoming religious celebrations, LL ?

Ash Wednesday Cat: There are too many to list separately, our loyal readers can see what interest them.

Here are a few, just click your faith.

Personally, I like Mardi Gras. This is a popular phrase in the Bayou State.

Tennessee has too much rain.

Those Cajuns know how to celebrate.