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    Tuesday, March 06, 2007

    Faggot


    Unfortunately Ann Coulter had to stoop to the level of your typical liberal when she used the word faggot. A superior conservative intellect would have brought up some disturbing fact about Edwards - maybe something related to his past as an ambulance chasing lawyer.

    Now when I hear the word faggot I don't think of homosexuals, I think of a bundle of wood - a very legitimate usage of the word faggot. What I found lame and offensive was the reaction to a word by both sides of the aisle.

    I heard a bit of Bill O'Reilly on the radio yesterday while taking a shower after my run. I was amazed by Mr. O'Reilly's self-surrender into the world of liberal-induced wimpism when I heard him talking about Coulter and the "f-word". He couldn't bring himself to use the word "faggot" - choosing instead "the f-word". What a wimp. What a fearful person O'Reilly shows himself to be when he fears a word.

    This is what liberals want. This is what liberals are achieving. They and their special interest groups pick words and phrases and label them as "hate words", "offensive", "pejorative".

    Leaders and people in high visibility positions both living in fear they might be caught saying a word, especially a slang word or one with different meanings. The same ready to pounce on anyone that happens to use selected words or phrases some special interest group has labeled as "mean" and "uncompassionate".

    Then it hit me. Coulter was just being goofy and trying to make a funny. Everyone else swings into greed mode. O'Reilly refuses to say "faggot" because he is afraid it might hurt his ratings and book sales.

    Democrats jump on the bandwagon to denounce the use of the word "faggot" (although they have no problem calling the President Hitler) so they can appear more loving and compassionate.

    It's all a joke. It's all about securing as many voters for the next time around. It's all about protecting your current and future customers and viewers.

    Then I have to ask - Will intelligence ever come back to politics? Will securing our nation or educating our children ever become a priority over interpretations of words?

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