Expression Cramps September 13, 2012Posted by lizp4 in Uncategorized.
Like superstitious teenagers, the left cherishes some interesting incantations and magical thinking in their dealings with those of us on the right. Their favorite new “abracadabra!” is “Racist!” It is deployed into any conversation, especially by the devoutly adhered supporters of the current rodent.
Think of all the catchphrases, buzzwords, and epithets they use, how frequently they use them against Conservatives of any stripe, and you begin to notice patterns. Can it really be that the use of these words is to the left a real weapon, or is it only the expression of narrow thought and cramped expression? Whatever it is, the sad reality is that any news show can provide numerous copies of incantations, regardless of the program being watched or the editorial opinion being read.
Next time, take notes. Do like radio host Rush Limbaugh does with these people, and put together a tally-sheet of how often words or phrases are used, and you will see the same words, used the same way, by all the adherents.
In a world of fast-as-light personal communication, the broadness of the internet for sources of new vocabulary and usage resources, the leftist news hawks are determinedly stuck in their magical-thinking world, superstitiously slathering their latest buzzwords and blame-phrases on anyone who isn’t solidly in their camp.
Hoping to make us go away, they speak their abracadabras at us in every way imaginable, and paint every one of us with the very useful “racist” abracadabra. Somebody should tell them about magic wands and top hats with rabbits inside, and words like “Ipso Facto!” or “Montezuma!” or my own private and personal favorite, “Ookiedook!” Any good word would do, but “racist” has got to go.