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Congressman Hank Johnson and the “M” Word

Posted by Steve Markowitz on December 14, 2012

Just when you thought you heard it all when it comes to political correctness, a Progressive in Washington comes to the rescue.  In this case, Representative Hank Johnson, Democrat from Georgia, came up with one of those “did he really say that!” type statements.

As shown in the video below, this week the good Congressman was on the capital floor making a six minute dissertation on what surely is the most important issue facing America.  What was that you ask?  Was it on the Fiscal Cliff?  No.  ……  How about the 40,000 dead in Syria?  ……  No.  ……  Maybe it was the North Koreans sending off a ballistic missile capable of hitting California or the ongoing riots occurring in Egypt?  …..  No wrong again.  Congressman Johnson was focused on that nasty “M” word.

What is the “M” word you ask?  Does it stand for mean?  How about miserable?  No, it stands for midget.  The night before Johnson used that descriptive word to the consternation of some leading to his pathetic apology shown in the video below.  How sad!

Rather than fight this political correctness thing, this blogger is ready to submit.  Let’s start with the “R” word.  Congressman Johnson referred to some of my compatriots as “right-wingers”.  This is highly offensive to us mentally challenged Libertarians and we demand one more public apology from the good Congressman.  So from now on Mr. Johnson, when referring to us, merely state to those people of the “R”.  Now that sounds much better.




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