1. Factual incorrectness. A well-used example is calling a blind person 'visually challenged'. The person is not challenged visually, they are INCAPABLE of doing anything visually. They are blind. By an odd coincidence, those who use such PC terminology are also blind.
2. The passing of blame for certian conditions from those responsible to those who use the 'wrong' words
I don't need to exercise. Political correctness says that I'm not fat, but that I'm height and weight disproportional. It's not my fault. Now let's go get a super-size Whopper (R) meal.
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