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July 02, 2013

Bwa Ha Ha Ha Ha!!!

Change we can believe in:

It's word bubble time at Pew Research Center, and that's not really good news for President Obama, especially when compared to the one word Americans used to describe former President George W. Bush as this time.

The word "incompetent" is a popular word for both, though Obama just edged Bush in those references, 27-26.

Another shared word is "honest." Here Bush won with 31 references, Obama just 18.

And "liar" also appears high on both the Bush and Obama list, with Obama collecting the most, 18-13.

At least he's not a metaphoric Hitler...

Yet.

Posted by Cassandra at July 2, 2013 07:10 AM

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Speaking of incompetence.

Reliance on reductio ad Hitlerum arguments by a sociology professor should serve as grounds for immediate dismissal and blacklisting. Mr. Professor Dyson be ackin all white and lynchin' a black man for not knowin' his place.

Posted by: George Pal at July 2, 2013 10:47 AM

Even now I'm surprised at the hypocrisy regarding the treatment of 'outlandish' language by the right & left.
- righties wander a little ways off the pc reservation and MSM erupts, sometimes furiously (and, it should be noted, sometimes deservedly so).
- lefties, especially class pets, say *very stupid things* (think 'Uncle Joe'), and MSM initially ignores it, then makes excuses ('that's just Joe being Joe), and if unable to waive it away then go forth and suitably condemn the statement (but not the author) and walk away.
Cowards.

Posted by: CAPT Mike at July 3, 2013 01:02 AM

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