About a year ago Ms. H. R. Puffnstuff (Clinton) called Trump supporters deplorable. It would have been nice if she would have looked up the definition before she stereotyped roughly half the country. But she is a liberal so that’s okay and even funny to her followers.
There is some good news for Hil as one of her biggest fans demonstrated the definition so there’ll be no need for getting out her bound copy of Websters famous dictionary (and you know that she still uses a paper copy). Kathy Griffin demonstrated what being deplorable is in just so many ways. Below are some headlines from Breitbart.
This is a topic I should probably let lie. With all of the networks “LOVING” the riots and ratings in the show me state I would be better off remains quiet. But that is not what this world is about. You know who keeps quiet? Hostages! Hostages keep quiet. A video that I recently saw on Facebook compels me to ask a few questions in light of all the press coverage and race baiting though these terms are redundant.
I never have had the opportunity to update a Framing the Dictionary post and in this case I did so innocently. I decided to “frame” the word misguided and as I checked on my formatting for this category I discovered that I had already featured this word. So here is an update.
The dictionary defines indefensible as:
1. Incapable of being maintained as right or valid
2. Incapable of being justified or excused .
Synonyms: inexcusable, inexpiable, insupportable, unforgivable, unjustifiable, unpardonable, unwarrantable
This is where I usually start the examples and I will soon. The muse for this post was a commercial shown on Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren’s show last night. The commercial was from a group opposed to Stand Your Ground Laws throughout the United States. The images and sound in the commercial exploit the Zimmerman/Martin killing in Florida. I began to think of the number of issues that the left/progressives/liberals/Democrats oppose that make the most sense to the rest of us. Here we go!
The dictionary defines misguided as:
1. led or prompted by wrong or inappropriate motives or ideals, well-meaning but misguided do-gooders
2. poorly conceived or thought out.
Synonyms: unwise, mistaken, foolish, misled, misplaced, deluded, ill-advised, imprudent, injudicious
Example 1: Nanny MO (Michelle Obama) has been a champion for obesity, okay anti-obesity. She recently came out with some ideas on how to better run supermarkets. She has a special knowledge since she probably hasn’t routinely purchased food for her family for at least five years and probably longer. Certainly her background as a lawyer has prepared her for this campaign and it is a worthy one…up to a point. Education is important, but when she steps into the “government control” mode my hackles rise;
The dictionary defines Inflexible as:
- not flexible; incapable of or resistant to being bent; rigid: an inflexible steel rod.
- of a rigid or unyielding temper, purpose, will, etc.; immovable: an inflexible determination.
- not permitting change or variation; unalterable
Synonyms: unbendable, stiff, rigorous, stern, unrelenting, unremitting, stubborn, obstinate, intractable, obdurate, unbending, adamant,Inflexible,relentless, implacable, inexorable
The dictionary defines Chutzpah as:
- Utter nerve; effrontery
- shameless audacity; impudence
- unbelievable gall; insolence; audacity
- the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties
Synonyms: audaciousness, audacity, brashness, brass, brassiness, brazenness, cheek, cheekiness, effrontery, gall, nerve, nerviness, pertness, presumption, presumptuousness, sauce, sauciness, temerity
“Chutzpah,that quality which enables a man who has murdered his mother and father to throw himself on the mercy of the court as an orphan.”
— Oscar Levant
The dictionary defines too as:
- In addition; also:
- More than enough; excessively:
- To a regrettable degree:
- Very; extremely; immensely
Synonyms: devilishly, excessively, exorbitantly, inordinately, intolerably, monstrously, overly, overmuch, unacceptably, unduly
“Too bad the only people who know how to run the country are busy driving cabs and cutting hair”
– – George Burns
“You will find that the State is the kind of organization which, though it does big things badly, does small things badly, too.”
– – John Kenneth Galbraith
“Oh, I don’t blame Congress. If I had $600 billion at my disposal, I’d be irresponsible, too.”
The dictionary defines fungible as:
- Returnable or negotiable in kind or by substitution, as a quantity of grain for an equal amount of the same kind of grain.
- of goods or commodities; freely exchangeable for or replaceable by another of like nature or kind in the satisfaction of an obligation
Synonyms: changeable, commutable, compatible, converse, convertible, equivalent, exchangeable, interconvertible, mutual, reciprocal, reciprocative, same, substitutable, synonymous, workalike
“People think this tax is for Social Security. But tax monies are really fungible. They get raided all the time.”
— Eugene Ludwig
The dictionary defines predispositions as:
- the fact or condition of being predisposed: a predisposition to think optimistically.
- Medicine/Medical . tendency to a condition or quality, usually based on the combined effects of genetic and environmental factors.
Synonyms: tendency, inclination, predilection, BIAS [emphasis added]
“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”