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So it's official. The High Priestess of creative-measures-of-equality-tied-up-in-red-tape can hurl racist abuse at an opponent, Danny Alexander.

Does that mean we should now start using similarly racially-loaded words like ******* or *** as terms of abuse to be politically correct?

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So it's official. The High Priestess of creative-measures-of-equality-tied-up-in-red-tape can hurl racist abuse at an opponent, Danny Alexander.

Does that mean we should now start using similarly racially-loaded words like ******* or *** as terms of abuse to be politically correct?

I hope Alexander doesn't just let it lie. There's no point having 'equality' if it isn't universal.

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So it's official. The High Priestess of creative-measures-of-equality-tied-up-in-red-tape can hurl racist abuse at an opponent, Danny Alexander.

Does that mean we should now start using similarly racially-loaded words like ****** or *** as terms of abuse to be politically correct?

It may be obvious to you who you are referring to, but not to me.

A link would perhaps assist.

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So it's official. The High Priestess of creative-measures-of-equality-tied-up-in-red-tape can hurl racist abuse at an opponent, Danny Alexander.

Does that mean we should now start using similarly racially-loaded words like ******* or *** as terms of abuse to be politically correct?

calm down dear

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It's not racist what she's said, but it's as bad - drawing on someones appearance in a negative light.

Would she had drawn attention to his skin colour? what if he was black? Course not

If he had brown hair, would she have called him a brown rodent? Course not.

Would she had attacked his origins? Course not

So why does she think attacking 'ginger people' is acceptable?

Like I said, it's not racist, but it's along side that shady path.

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It's not racist what she's said, but it's as bad - drawing on someones appearance in a negative light.

Would she had drawn attention to his skin colour?  what if he was black? Course not

If he had brown hair, would she have called him a brown rodent? Course not.

Would she had attacked his origins? Course not

So why does she think attacking 'ginger people' is acceptable?

Like I said, it's not racist, but it's along side that shady path.

Rubbish, by all the accepted standards of racism (as defined by the likes of Harperson) this is racist.  The woman should be put in prison for spreading racial hatred against the Scots/Celts etc.

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Rubbish, by all the accepted standards of racism (as defined by the likes of Harperson) this is racist. The woman should be put in prison for spreading racial hatred against the Scots/Celts etc.

And gingerly disadvantaged

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Actually it's not really a great departure. Physical characteristics like baldness, fatness, or worst of all short stature are routinely used as terms of abuse.

The political left is evidently immune to irony when they abuse Alexander for his (hair) colour or Sarkozy for his stature. Contrast the likely consequences if anyone on the 'right' had attacked, say, Ms Abbot for her skin colour!

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Actually it's not really a great departure. Physical characteristics like baldness, fatness, or worst of all short stature are routinely used as terms of abuse.

The political left is evidently immune to irony when they abuse Alexander for his (hair) colour or Sarkozy for his stature. Contrast the likely consequences if anyone on the 'right' had attacked, say, Ms Abbot for her skin colour!

Hey but atleast now I'm bald I'm no longer ginger :D

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