According to The Daily Caller Mrs. Clinton’s staff has issued a list of words and phrases that the press will not be allowed to use (goodbye Constitutional first amendment with this woman) in describing Mrs. Clinton, and I’ll bet these liberals idiots will toe the line and will indeed not use them in articles as they cover her election campaign.
In light of this un-American and constitution-destroying edict I’d like to perform two exercises, one using the phrases that DO describe Mrs. Clinton and liberals in general, and then I’ll use some words that Do NOT describe Mrs. Clinton and must be considered when thinking about her running for president.
Words That Describe Mrs. Clinton:
Mrs. Clinton is calculating, polarizing, disingenuous, insincere, ambitious, she thinks her election is inevitable, she’s entitled to the presidency, she’s falsely over-confident, secretive, will do anything to win, represents the past and holds ideas that have been proven to be failures but that leftists like her can’t separate themselves from, and she’s out-of-touch with reality and with the things that have made America prosperous and free.
As I look back at this list of things that DO describe Mrs. Clinton, I find, to my great surprise, that it contains all of the forbidden words reported by The Daily Caller and I can understand why she wants them forbidden, because they fit.
I can think of a few more words that also describe Mrs. Clinton but were surprisingly not included on her forbidden list: Screeching, old-appearing, matronly, pant-suited, un-coiffed, nagging, arrogant, better-than-anyone-else, next-in-line, dirty-haired, unqualified, unfamiliar with the truth, cackling, devil-eyed, bossy, liar, frightening, ultra-leftist.
Words That Do NOT Describe Mrs. Clinton:
Honest, fair, intelligent, law-abiding, open-minded, accomplished, successful, experienced. Whether these words are on the forbidden list or not, they fully describe Mrs. Clinton, and they must be used in relation to honestly reporting on her campaign (and evidently they can be used by the press because they are not on the forbidden list).
Mrs. Clinton is past-tense as a politician and will be rejected by all informed Americans.