16 December 2011

In God We Trust But No Merry Christmas

There have been ostensibly educated history bloggers who claim they didn't know what political correctness was. I'm serious. So, for those of you in the history blogosphere who fall into that category, here's a real world example:

So it's true, the elected representatives of the nation that puts "In God We Trust" on its currency are not permitted to use the greeting that has likely been uttered by every living adult American at least once in their lifetimes. Just another demonstration that political correctness and freedom of speech, faith and thought are utterly incompatible.

Hope that helps. Story here.

1 comment:

Brock Townsend said...

Just silliness as my mother would say. So the House can't, but the Senate can. Hilarious. Posted.