Boy, he's really taking it to the Intelligent Designers, the censors and scolds on the right, right? He's railing against the Bush administration's fundamentalist commitment to unreality? Right? Right?
Wrong: "The ideology commonly known as 'political correctness' or 'multiculturalism' now shapes the actions of government in thousands of ways." Multiculturalism? I didn't see that coming. What a swerve.
The author's prescription:
Then, when we have the American people behind us, which we will once they learn the real nature of "PC," we need to comb through every law, every government regulation, every federal office and department and weed the cultural Marxism out. The goal should not be to replace it with any ideology of our own -- again, if we are real conservatives, we don't have one -- but to restore a non-ideological American state, which is what we had up until the wretched 1960s.
So, the Republicans control the White House, the Congress, and the Supreme Court. What's stopping them from weeding out this invidious cultural Marxism now? And here's a frightening thought: if Bush, DeLay, Frist, and Scalia aren't conservative enough, what does a real conservative look like?