A Dictionary for the Politically Incorrect (cont'd)
May 26, 2007
And now for your enjoyment at the outset of this long weekend, a few more entries in the Dictionary for the Politically Incorrect:
“Welcoming and Inclusive Attitude” = what the Establishment Clause provides if you’re an Islamofascist or a Druid.
“A Strict Wall of Separation” = what the Establishment Clause provides if you’re a Christian or a Jew.
“Tax Fairness” = the government’s taking money away from people who earn it to give it to people who don’t.
“Compassion” = the proper attitude to adopt towards those crossing the border illegally, even if it’s for the tenth time.
“Accountability” = the proper attitude to adopt towards those trying to stop them.
“We Can’t Balance the Budget on the Backs of ______” = any liberal constituency or interest group that wants government benefits but doesn’t want to pay for them.
“A Good Haircut” = one of the things you can still buy for just $400.
“A Blank Check” = Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution, sometimes previously thought to have made the President Commander-in-Chief.
“A New Direction in Iraq” = defeat. See also “surrender.”