George H. W. Bush
WORDS ABOUT WORDS
Throughout history, attempts to micromanage casual conversation have only incited distrust. They have invited people to look for an insult in every word, gesture, action. And in their own Orwellian way, crusades that demand correct behavior crush diversity in the name of diversity.
George H. W. Bush, American ex-president, "Remarks at the University of Michigan commencement ceremony", May 4, 1991
Posted on November 23, 1999 at 7:43 PM