by Frank McPherson Saturday, August 12, 2017

And so the guy who wrote the “memo” (is there such a thing as a ten page memo) takes no responsibility for his firing. He did nothing wrong, except disrupt an entire company. I haven’t seen any explanation for why he felt the need to write the thing in the first place. To me it appears he wanted fame, and for that succeeded.

I am also curious as to what qualifications this person has to be authoritative on the matter? The accusation of political correctness should not prevent us from asking why we should consider what a person is saying as more than their opinion. 

Finally, when did we start allowing people to say anything they damn please under the banner of political correctness? Does that mean there is no longer right and wrong?