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I don't think people are going to switch over to bikes because it's good for them or because it's politically correct. They're going to do it because it gets them from A to B faster.
I'd rather be biblically correct than politically correct.
I am sure there is a right way and a wrong way and in today's life, there are many different rules of being politically correct.
The one thing I've always maintained is that I'm an American Indian. I'm not politically correct.
If you're politically correct, chances are you're not coming to one of my shows. I get to go onstage and say things that everybody thinks all the time, but can't say out loud.
I was a militant smoker, and in my case, I think I particularly used smoking because what I felt was a kind of politically correct big brother assault on smoking.
I'll always be Chinese first. It probably isn't politically correct to say or something that the majority understands; I can change my shoes, I can swap my passport, but, I'll always have this face.
Times were very hard if you were a poor, politically correct Jewish girl living in the east end of London during the Blitz and you were trying to eke out a living as a hairdresser.
Republicans prefer straight talk to politically correct talk!
People never think of themselves as choosing to be politically correct. They simply think in the way that they do.
What's politically correct a lot of times is not funny.
I haven't learned to be politically correct yet.
It's great that I get accused of not being politically correct. People need to take themselves less seriously. This world is so screwed up as it is, we've all got to relax a bit more.
As an actor, you're trained to do the right thing, be politically correct, say your lines, say the right thing about the people you're working with.
Shakespeare would never have gone far in today's politically correct world.
The idea that we humans are good-natured, politically correct, nonjudgmental beings is pure fantasy. We are, at the very least, judgmental.
Few writers in history have ever been 'politically correct' (a notion that rapidly changes in any case), and there's no reason to imagine that gay writers will ever suit their readers, especially since that readership is splintered into ghettos within ghettos.
You cannot be politically correct in a war.
Now they're getting so politically correct you can't even stick your tongue out at somebody.
I just want get to as high as I can go. I think that's the safest and most politically correct thing I can say. I'm not trying to take anyone's spot. I want to create my own lane and shoot to the sky.
It appears fashionable these days, and almost politically correct, to blame hard-working immigrants, especially those from Mexico and Central America, for the social and economic ills of our state and nation.
The way people deal with me - they'll go overboard in trying to be politically correct and make a mess of it. Everyone's so worried about what they're saying to everyone else, that they don't talk very much.
If it were not for the fact that editors have become so timorous in these politically correct times, I would probably have a greater readership than I have.
It is, I guess, politically correct, widely believed, that to say that American health care is the best in the world. It's not.
Now, I know among the politically correct, you're not supposed to use facts that are uncomfortable.
Politicians really worry about being politically correct.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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