Saturday, December 14, 2002

Here's how the founder/president of The League of the South, of which Washington Times Assistant National Editor Robert Stacy McCain is a member, responds to the Lott affair.

The uproar surrounding the recent comments by Mississippi Senator (and former Ole Miss cheerleader) Trent Lott provides us an opportunity to examine the phenomenon known as Cultural Marxism (C.M.), more commonly called “Political Correctness” (P.C.).

How does one determine if he (he/she?) is a Cultural Marxist? Here are a few examples

1. 1. First, in keeping with the topic of Senator (and former Ole Miss cheerleader) Lott’s praise for Strom Thurmond’s 1948 Dixiecrat Presidential bid, you believe that state-enforced segregation is “immoral” (to use President G. W. Bush’s term) while holding that state-enforced integration is OK.


3. You believe in the equality of the sexes and that traditional sex roles for men and women are wrong; furthermore, you decry patriarchy as evil.

14. You believe that slavery is evil.

If America (and the South) is still Christian, we all should have no trouble in letting those alien body snatchers know who’s boss. To that effect, let us all go out onto our front lawns and loudly recite the following truths until we have banished the invaders from our turf:

14. And here we go, all you Confederate Southrons-Slavery is an institution ordained of God and regulated by His Word! It is not therefore “evil!”