Special Needs Children
In days past, the phrase “special needs children” meant something more concrete than today. Today, in the age of multiculturalism running amok, a dustup over a handful of Muslims unrolling their prayer rugs in the Twin Cities airport leads to “special needs children” requiring a special prayer room for Muslims so they don’t feel “marginalized.”
This must be a good thing, though, because the Twin Cities airport spokesman, Paul Hogan, is mouthing all the right words for consumption as to why this important.
“I think there’s a mutual recognition that it would be helpful for there to be a solid understanding,”
Oh, I understand, all right.