BREAKING: Barack Obama Just Signed Bill BANNING These Words…


by Jason DeWitt | Top Right News

While Barack Obama has unilaterally determined Americans have the “right” to use whatever bathroom they wish, he’s just signed a billed that restricts the use of certain speech.

What kind of speech? Well, words that offend liberals, of course.

Via MRC:

Barack Obama signed a law that would remove allegedly offensive descriptors of minorities, such as referring to individuals as “Spanish speaking,” from all federal laws.

The bill, H.R. 4238, amends the Department of Energy Organization Act and the Local Public Works Capital Development and Investment Act of 1976, which apparently define minorities using “offensive” terms.

The terms that will be eliminated include “Negro, Puerto Rican, American Indian, Eskimo, Oriental, or Aleut or is a Spanish speaking individual of Spanish descent.”

Um, Obama might want to acquaint himself with the huge non-profit United Negro College Fund, which raised tens of millions of apparently un-offended donors every year. And will the term “Eskimo pie” be banned too?

Instead, the government will now use the more politically correct terminology, “Asian American, Native Hawaiian, a Pacific Islander, African American, Hispanic, Puerto Rican, Native American, or an Alaska Native,” when referring to the same people.

Wait…WHAT? How on Earth can  “Puerto Rican” be both eliminated and now the new politically correct term? As if the bill wasn’t screwed up enough.

And — incredibly — the bill allows for the Federal government to spend what is estimated to be billions of dollars needed to replace the “offending” words in tens of millions of signs and documents currently in use.

So with such financial waste, you would think Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan would have opposed it, right? Not on your life. The bill was authored by Rep. Grace Meng (D-NY), and promoted by Obama, but was sent right to the floor for passage — thanks to some major help from Ryan and his committee chairmen.

Once again Ryan did Obama’s bidding, just as he did with Obama’s proposed ban on the Confederate Battle Flag at Federal cemeteries in a bill he forced through with Democrat votes last week.

So with illegal aliens pouring across the border in record numbers, Obama importing tens of thousands of unvetted Muslim “refugees” and our veterans getting the shaft — all issues the Congress is ignoring — they have plenty of time to play Social Justice Warriors, and dance to Obama’s tune.

Expect a forthcoming bill banning the use of “traditional” gender pronouns, such as “he” and “she,” as those apparently are now becoming offensive in our PC-run-amok culture.

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  • JRD

    This term seems interminable will he never go away?

    • Linda D

      Saddest thing is, there are lots more like him in this country now.

  • Melissa Jasper

    The fuck?! “Puerto Rican” is someone from Puerto Rico. That is, honestly, the stupidest thing I’ve read all year.

  • Richard M

    Why in the hell is Ryan still Speaker? He’s shown his colors and it appears the Republicans have shown themselves to once again be without balls????

  • Robert Turner

    Well I got to be honest here calling me anything but Human offends me. I think it is time to do away with these labels the government force on us and just agree we all are human’s only then can we really put a end to the race war!

    • mistel

      I’ll go along with your hypothesis if you can name me one govt intervention in our lives that has worked out well. Remember how well integration has worked out? Racial hatred is just as prevalent as 60 or so years ago when the govt tried to outlaw it. Love and respect and kindness, etc, cannot be legislated. I’m not sure where your dislike for labels comes from. We need labels. And name one thing obama has done for or to this country that is not based on his hate.

    • Linda D

      I’m a grammar and spelling lover, and I’m offended if you use the term “human’s” as a noun. It should be “humans”. (sic) With all that is going on around us, how can these people have time to be so damn nit picky about such ridiculous things? They are inventing negative connotations where there are none. Get real!

    • JRD

      I am offended when people specify a color, i.e. red, blue, green, yellow, brown, magenta. From now on just say color and let everyone guess which one you meant.
      SMDH stupidest comment posted here today. Differentiation is essential in language.

  • Robert Chambers

    Need to send Ryan and Obama to Cuba to live

  • Albert Schmitlap.

    But sadly NONE of them want to Assimilate,,,just live in their own “Communities” while getting the benefit of being ‘American’. So why do we have GOV’T forms in any other language then the one OUR constitution is written in,,,huh.

  • nonpc

    Remove those words from all of the laws you want to. I’m still going to use the terms illegal, black, mexican, white, and whatever other term I choose. 1st amendment…look it up.

  • Clayton Reed

    Please stop the insanity!

  • So, can we do away with all the laws and census forms that require and grade racial discrimination for purposes of ‘affirmative action’ yet?

  • Stephen Semore

    Banning “Negro” I half way understand, the other half is based upon the facts that blacks use variations of the word “negro” to its fullest possible usage, but the other ones don’t make alot of sense.


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