Ginsberg: Hillary's Botched Rollout
Flavius: On Scott Ritter
Richard Day: No Crying in Baseball
Just some things I don't want to see on any blogs anymore, anywhere. These words and phrases are now banned until further notice on all of the Internet. I will be working with my friends at the NSA to enforce this. By the way, they aren't all that prevalent at Dag. This is just stuff irking me on the rest of the Internet.
We the people...
Duly appointed officials...
Duly elected representatives (or president)...
He (She/They/It) broke his (her/their/its) oath... (I'm so sick of it).
Those who would trade freedom for security... (seriously, stop it. In the history of mankind, this quotation has never convinced anyone of anything and everyone has heard it a zillion times.)
The United States is not a democracy it is a Rep-- (Stop it, we know. We went to middle school.)
My (yours, his/hers) Constitutional rights... (will not be determined in the comments section of Slate).
Military jargon when used by non-military veterans or by people who haven't worked closely with he military in some capacity. This ban will be especially enforced when it comes to tactical discussions because they are a waste of time for amateurs.
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