A Massachusetts state lawmaker wants to remove a sign at a door entrance that’s named after Union Army General Joseph Hooker — because the word “hooker” is offensive to women. That’s right. General Hooker may have fought against the Confederacy, and not for it, but apparently, honoring him is still too offensive.Ah yes, the slippery (and silly) slope I, along with so many others, warned against. How long before the perpetually puckered Civil War bloggers jump on this bandwagon? Since it doesn't involve a Confederate name, I suppose they'll ignore this offense. Probably doesn't fit their agenda.