You know, when you guys keep on referring to Obama as a scum-sucking Marxist, it gets repetitive to the point where it might actually lose its potential value.
Calling him a scum-sucking Marxist, over and over again, could -- in time -- prove counterproductive. There should be some kind of rule made in order to prevent the overuse of the phrase: "Obama is a scum-sucking Marxist." I was thinking of a rule which reads: "You shouldn't call Obama a scum-sucking Marxist." Or perhaps one which states: "If you think that Obama is a scum-sucking Marxist, then you should bite your tongue about that." Or perhaps this one: "Obama may be a scum-sucking Marxist, but we should not engage in numerous repetition of that phrase; if the phrase (i.e., the phrase: 'Obama is a scum-sucking Marxist') comes up in conversation, then politely let the issue pass without repeating, especially in the very same words, that 'Obama is a scum-sucking Marxist.'"
Anyway, that's my take on the matter.
(Edited by Ed Thompson on 1/26, 3:08pm)