no, I think it is unpresidented. At least I can’t wait for that to happen to 45’
No, “Call 911, I think I’m having a heart attack!!!”
Shouldn’t that be “unpresidented?”
We really do need another word to describe what is going on now.
Unprecedented is certainly apt when it comes to anything to do with trump… and all in a negative way.
Is anyone else besides me gods-almighty sick of trite buzz words? And looking for action? (I’m listening to the House impeachment proceedings on the radio as I type this.)
Once again, I can’t draw a cartoon so I will describe it.
Trump sitting with some popcorn watching the insurrection on TV. The first thought bubble reads: “Haha, they’re going to jail for this but I’m not.”
The second thought bubble reads, “But I’ve got plenty more where they came from.”
That just might be Webster Dictionary’s word of the year.
Many Republicans and their propaganda apparatus at FOX and other right wing-nut news outlets are claiming that impeachment will further divide the nation. That’s not what they are truly afraid of. What scares last night’s dinner out of them is that impeachment will further divide the Republican Party.
That word became the instant go-to for both media and politicians with the election of Obama. With the exception of his election it is probably the most improperly used word in public conversation over the last 15 years.
In almost every case it is used to describe some reported event, the user is wrong.
I’ve gotten So Tired of all the Unprecedented over the last 4 years.
“Antidisestablishmentarianism” . . . . . I’m playing scrabble . . . .
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