Wednesday, January 26, 2011

How "Santorum" found its way into the urban dictionary.

The former Republican senator, presidential candidate, and coiner of the phrase "man-on-dog marriage" provides yet another illustration of the ignorance and bigotry that's earned his surname its honourable legacy.

On a related note, why is it when self-described "social conservatives" use the phrase "it's common sense" is it almost always in conjunction with them being utterly unable to provide an intellectually compelling argument to support their position or favoured policy?


1 comment:

Near Knox said...

There is no such thing as "common sense". It is just code for "if you don't think like me you're stupid".

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