Hollywood, California - To ensure Adam Sandler's new movie, "Chuck and Larry," a light-hearted comedy romance that uses the topical same sex marriages as its comedic foil, was not offensive to Gays in anyway, admittedly a Gay/Lesbian right's group was consulted on the script and made alterations they found offensive. Critics on the right accuse, however, it is no more than the latest example of making concessions to political correctness, fronted as tolerance and cultural sensitivity, Gay/Lesbian right's group say, 'Best breeder depiction of a gay male couple ever!'
All the while on the left, supersensitive movie critics all too anxious to preach to the choir, showing their spineless ability to conform to the latest groupthink, call the movie homophobic and hateful. All in an attempt to tickle the ears and impress their oversensitive gay friends and readership, that they are not bigots, just hypocrites.
"All of which have many in the middle thinking both sides are wrong," said a spokesman for the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.
One wishes to protect its group from the jabs and jeers everyone is subjected to, while the other desires nothing more than to throw out the baby with the bath water, said the spokesman.
"It's nothing more than a big waste of time," he continued. "When we all know we have to come together and deal with the real problem, all those Mexicans invading our county, taking our jobs."