bobbobbob saidThis is just a continuation of the intellectual dishonesty and bankruptcy of the left - how long have they been at war with the usage of common words rather than the messages in they convey?
From their perspective (if they were honest about it).......
Anchor baby is offensive because it accurately describes a problem they cannot honestly address.
Remember the short lived effort to ban the word Thug?
They still like to argue about people in the US without following legal procedures being called illegal immigrants.
I still sneer when I hear a liar caught red handed saying he misspoke
Who was it before a congressional hearing last year who said he disremembered rather than admit he'd been caught in a lie?
If Donald Trump implodes before the primary he will still have had one of the greatest effects on US political dichotomy in over half a century. He has stood up to and bitch slapped the entire institution of political correctness and contrary to desperate liberal propaganda, the vast majority of Americans agree with him.
Socalfitness this dovetails with your post "A Willing Suspension of Disbelief" By Bruce Walker
You are so full of.........loaded language
A snarl word is a derogatory label that can be attached to something, in order to dismiss its importance or worth, without guilt. When used as snarl words, these words are essentially meaningless; most of them can be used with meaning, but rarely are.
While not actually using the word, liberal comedian/pundit/U.S. Senator Al Franken went into great detail about the "Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy"'s use of snarl words and other forms of emotional appeal in his first political work, Rush Limbaugh Is A Big Fat Idiot, specifically referencing Newt Gingrich, Frank Luntz, and Lee Atwater's political activities and conservative pressure groups' reliance on such tactics to slam through the 1994 Contract With America program.
Words frequently perceived and/or used as snarl words include: