Over at the National Post, Kelly McParland gets it bang on:
Every day it gets a little bit harder to know when to be offended in Canada. Since being offended has become part of the national culture, with a network of human rights bodies established to ensure no one should ever be offended by anything without an opportunity to profit from it, the sheer mass of potentially offensive situations has proliferated like bunnies in spring.
That’s it. I suppose I should be offended that he was able to define it so clearly.