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Searching for a Surrogate

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 11:33 PM
I'm glad to read that I'm not the only reader annoyed by TH's prudish attitude toward language usage. It reminds me of Carlins seven deadly words routine, but without the humorous treatment. And with TownHall it's more like seventy or maybe seven hundred when you count various combinations and phrases. Really TH staffers, they're just words. If you refuse to be offended they're actually quite useful.
Ratas y Ratones Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 7:29 AM


K.22 Wrote: 7 hours ago (11:33 PM)
I'm glad to read that I'm not the only reader annoyed by TH's prudish attitude toward language usage. ...

Really TH staffers, they're just words. If you refuse to be offended they're actually quite useful.

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No, K.22 ,

you might cut yourself on a sharp noun,

or fall on a gerund while running.




Watching Bill Clinton act as Barack Obama's "No. 1 surrogate," in the words of National Public Radio, is as exquisitely painful as watching a runaway monkey with a paintball gun at a museum.

Most of the pundits have focused on Clinton's motivations for refusing to read his lines from the White House script. That's understandable given that Clinton is a one-man reality show whose diversity of motives makes the ladies of the "Real Housewives" franchise seem nun-like in their simplicity.

But asking "Why?" of Bill Clinton is a sucker's game. Sure, he may give you an answer...