June 20, 2006

A Lexicon For The Left

I absolutely LOVE liberals. If it weren't for liberals those of us who can think rationally would have nothing to laugh at. For example, I was reading about the Governor of Maryland today and the words used for him was "Moderate." Now, the Governor of Maryland is a Republican, he is also conservative and has beaten back many of the really stupid, anti-business, anti-citizen, anti-just about everything except taxes, and that he has beaten back many pro-tax initiatives of the heavily Democratic legislature. So, to tick off the conservatives, who are somewhat upset with some of the Governor's actions, they call him a "Moderate." As if that will keep the conservatives from voting for the only Republican Governor elected in a very blue state for some time. So, let us begin:

Abortion: Does not exist, in its place is an action of a woman exercising her right to privacy and full control over her body. Full control over her body does not apply to the concept that unprotected sex may lead to pregnancy and if it does, it’s the damn guys fault anyway.

Cold Blooded Murder: Prejudging any action by a soldier in a combat zone if and only if done before an investigation is concluded, charges have been filed or guilt (if any) ascribed to a specific individual. If a Republican administration initiates an investigation before anyone else knows about a suspected illegal action but charges are not filed against the President, Vice President, Karl Rove or a high ranking General, then it is called a Cover-up.

Cover-up: See Cold Blooded Murder immediately above.

Culture of Corruption: Any Republican for any reason or for no reason at all. This opprobrium does NOT apply to Congressman Jefferson (D., La.) or Congressman Jim Moran (D., Va.) or any other individual at the local, state or national level if they have a D behind their name.

Free Speech: Any thing uttered in any circumstances by a Democrat. Given the same circumstances when uttered by a Republican it is called Hate Speech.

Hate Speech: An utterance by a Republican that points out the error of thinking as applied to “affirmative action,” “abortion,” or “the marriage amendment/laws,” or anything else the Democrats dislike.

Indictment: Any legal action that should have been taken against Karl Rove but wasn't (See also Culture of Corruption above).

Democratic Moderate: A Democrat who toes the Democratic Party line and adopts the Democratic Party Talking Points regardless of that individuals voting pattern (Republicans use the term Liberal). This applies to everyone except Joe Lieberman (D, Conn.) who is according to the Kossacks and DUers a turncoat. It does not apply to Senator Zell Miller (D., Ga.) who gave a fine address at the Republican Convention in 2004, he is also a turncoat.

Lied us into war: This applies to any mention of WMDs or any other reason mentioned by Bush, Cheney, Rove, any neo-con or any member of either Bush Administration. Of course, they cannot pin down any specific lie, the fact that not only the United States intelligence had them in Iraq, German Intelligence had them in Iraq, French intelligence (yes, that is an oxymoron) had them in Iraq, Russian intelligence had them in Iraq and British intelligence had them in Iraq. That doesn't matter, nor does it matter that Saddam Hussein (pieces be on him like his protégé Zarqawi) tried really hard to convince everybody that he had them.

Moderate: A conservative Democrat who they don't want to use, or a liberal Republican they want to stay put. Sometimes it also means a conservative Republican who has some "moderate" bits to his record so the other Republicans won't vote for him. (and yes, him as used here, is the inclusive pronoun - PC language be damned)

Pro-choice: Any action taken to insure that the prospective mother does not give a live birth. (See also Abortion)

Tax cuts for the rich: Oh, this is a goody. Of course the Democrats cannot explain why the amount of taxes paid by the rich has increased, nor can they explain why tax revenues have substantially increased to the point where the deficit may be halved 3 years earlier than forecast. According to the Democrats, if you make more than the poverty level, you are rich and all of your income should be turned over to them for them to decide how it should be spent. If you are Paul Krugman, you are just clueless anyway.

Speaking Truth to Power: A term that originally meant telling someone in power something they didn’t want to hear and that could get the speaker tossed in jail, or executed or loss of something significant. For Democrats, it is applied to scoundrels such as Jack Murtha (D., Pa.) who mouth off at the administration about anything that the Democrats think will elect them in the fall or give them back the White House in 2008.

Whistle blowing: An act by a Democrat or Democrat sympathizer that exposes anything a Republican administration does, up to and including exposing national security information that would land anyone else in jail. This specifically does not apply to anything a Republican does, that is called illegal outing of a covert operator (read spy) in order to get even with a former ambassador who lied about his actions anyway and has been exposed by numerous bodies as a liar. When legal charges are applied to members of the media it is called “suppression of free speech.”

This concludes today’s lesson, I’ve talked about these things in the past and this message/lesson has been brought to you as a public service. If you have additional words to add please add them in the comments section. That’s all of my time and I thank you for yours.

Posted by GM Roper at June 20, 2006 07:43 PM | TrackBack

I've seen ther term "courageous" applied to people who used to be Republican or in the military and turned on them, like Sen. Jim Jeffords or Wesley Clark. But, Sen. Liberman isn't labeled as courageous and is villified when he takes a stand for the war. I wonder why.

Also, "racial discrimination" and "affirmative action" are the same thing, but used differently by the left.

There are also two types of "lies." One doesn't count because it was told by a President who denied justice to a woman when he lied under oath. The other you mentioned, which is called a lie by the left but isn't.

How about "working Ameircans?" People who are Democrats are called working, but people like you and me who work our tails off are called "privileged."

Oh, that brings me to "less fortunate." People are "less fortunate" because they made bad life choices. I'm "fotunate" because government hasn't taxed everything that I own, yet.

Finally, our soldiers are "baby killers," but abortion doctors aren't. Go figure.

Posted by Woody at June 20, 2006 08:59 PM

Thanks for a thought provoking post. I continue to enjoy this blog - the first I turn to on a daliy basis and the only one that I consistently read completely through. I appreciate the time that GM and Woody devote to the process.

Posted by MLSmith at June 21, 2006 06:21 AM

Good list GM and Woody!
1. Gun control- Most democrats and some repubs: abolish 2nd Ammendment.
Most repubs and some dems: Good shot
2. Universal healthcare- Dems: a right to free healthcare for everyone, even if they can pay some or all health insurance.
Repubs: 6 month long waiting list to see docs. and alot of new taxes.

Posted by Ben USN (Ret) at June 21, 2006 06:28 AM

Ben, priceless....

MLSmith... thanks, truly the highest compliment one can pay to a blogger.

Posted by GM Roper at June 21, 2006 06:31 AM

Cynthia McKinney = not racist. Quote: "This whole incident was instigated by the inappropriate touching and stopping of me, a female black congresswoman."

Corrine Brown = not racist. Quote: "racist" "bunch of white men" and "you all look alike to me."

Steve Gilliard = not racist. Quote: "Simple Sambo wants to move to the big house."

The Black Commentators, Glen Ford and Peter Gamble = not racist. Quote: "Even in feigned pain, the Right’s Black minions (minstrels) give themselves away." And here's another gem: "Propping up a new black "leadership" (consider Armstrong Williams, Janice Brown, Condoleeza Rice and other "pet negroes") by white conservatives,..."

The mantra? "Black people can't be racist." In other words, if one accuses others of racism, they can't be racist themselves.

Even an ex-KKK member who has no problem using the "N" word, Robert Byrd, = not racist.

Racist - def. 2 Discrimination or prejudice based on race.

Now if these people above, blatantly using race as their argument, and even depicting their targets as Uncle Toms, minstrels, Sambos, "pet negroes", etc. because of their political persuasion isn't racism then what the hell is it?

Posted by Oyster at June 22, 2006 09:03 AM

Women's Health

AKA Abortion. Plain and simple.

Posted by Raven at June 22, 2006 02:25 PM

The Poor: Anyone who makes less than someone else and votes Democrat.

Posted by Ogre at June 22, 2006 03:02 PM

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