Friedman: What's happening to Imus isn't right

Kinky Friedman pens a defense of his friend Imus in the New York Post.

Political correctness, a term first used by Joseph Stalin, has trivialized, sanitized and homogenized America, transforming us into a nation of chain establishments and chain people.

Take heart, Imus. You're merely joining a long and legendary laundry list of individuals who were summarily sacrificed in the name of society's sanctimonious soul: Socrates, Jesus, Galileo, Joan of Arc, Mozart and Mark Twain, who was decried as a racist until the day he died for using the N-word rather prolifically in "Huckleberry Finn."

Where was the "de-wussification of New York" phrase? I was definitely hoping to see that.

Posted by Evan @ 04/15/07 05:16 PM

 
 

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I wondered where Richard Friedman was on all this.

It's good to see the coarse, crude, and (sometimes) vulgar sticking together in times of trouble. :)

Posted by kevin @ 04/16/07 09:31 AM


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