I'm getting ready to burn my liberal card. Its used to be easy to be a liberal and to defend other liberals but lately.....I don't know. As much as someone like Trump saying "I'm just not politically correct" still makes me crazy, (No, it's not that he's not PC, he's just a dick.) PC culture is going way too far for me to take anymore. Here's two silly examples: The kids from the great netflix series, Stranger Things, handed out PB&J sandwiches during the emmys. The host joked that people with allergies should be careful because we can only afford one epipen. This is clearly a joke about the company that makes epipens and how they just jacked up the price. So... "After the broadcast, Adam Bailine - VP of Marketing and Communications at the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America - spoke to Munchies about the incident, saying: “We received complaints and concerns regarding the broadcast. This is very much on our radar… It is extremely risky to pull a stunt like this without considering the danger.”" Yup, handing out peanut butter in a room full of adults is dangerous now! http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-e...t-butter-sandwiches-to-nominees-a7320291.html or this: This article is about how a comedian delivered "an epic smackdown of leftist protesters." Well, first off, he didn't, he was the least articulate of the bunch. But I watched the entire video, the second one on the page, and listened as the conservative panel tried to speak but kept getting interrupted by lefties screaming racist, homophobe, etc etc etc, at the panel. It was painful to watch http://louderwithcrowder.com/crowde...owns-of-leftist-protestors-ever/#.V-VMkVsrJlZ These are the true snowflakes (a word already ruined by some conservatives on this forum already), we think that college and the world should be a safe space from anyone who thinks differently. Isn't that supposed to be the entire point of liberalism? To accept those who are different, even if you don't agree with them?