QUOTE: Without political-correctness enforcers, we might have too much freedom.
In an essay called "Endangered Species," peterperkins contended that "The Do-Do bird did everyone a favour by dying out." See: Society and Culture > Environment > General dated 19th June 2001 at page http://www.writtenbyme.com/content/50803
This essay shows how misguided some human beings can be. It lacks the depth of compassion and enlightened such a presentation ought to contain. On top of that, it's politically incorrect and it's out of its proper time spectrum just like the poor Do-Do bird.
Apparently, the author's dreadful ideas came from accepting the theories of Darwin. Of course, politically correct people know that Darwin had it all wrong when he proclaimed that only the fit can survive.
Brainwashers arise. This dangerous thesis must be scrubbed from the minds of impressionable kids. We should remove all mention of Darwin and his theories from all of our textbooks before impressionable young minds absorb such dangerous ideas.
The man who wrote "Endangered Species" spoke of the shortage of kings. Again, the poor soul is misleading. There is no shortage of kings. We have more than ever before, even though political correctness has led them to accept modern titles like Emperor Gates, Commander-in-Chief Clinton and Militant-Green Smithy. They are no longer called "king" but they can do no wrong. Their wills and whims supercede all human-made laws.
As for Do-Do birds, we should seek DNA samples so we can retrieve this lost breed of fowl. According to rumor, they were not only cute and less messy than geese, but they also tasted better than KFC chicken.
Each endangered species has a vital place in the world as we know it. Without pandas, we might have bamboo shoots taking over our lawns. Without Koalas, Eucalyptus trees might take over Australia. Without political-correctness enforcers, we might have wild concepts of freedom invading our country.