It’s time Republicans used the Democrat/Alinsky tactic of creating an enemy then attack, attack, attack! We should be upset at their “WAR ON FREE SPEECH”! Read on to see their attack against Free Speech!
Hillary’s “Super Volunteers” (SV) are a group of near obsessive Hillary Clinton supporters who travel, on their own dime, to volunteer at her campaign events. A picture from a recent San Francisco gathering is below.
An SV founder, John West, instructed journalists via email (The Huffington Post, Catherine Taibi, Mar 27, 2015, 1:10pm EDT) warning them about using “Coded Sexism” in their writing about Clinton such as words and phrases like, “ambitious,” “tired,” “entitled,” “worn out” and “will do anything to win.”
See their method? Develop an enemy (or “term”) in this case – Coded Sexism! Then attack any and all who use the words they determine are Sexist. We’re used to this tactic and need to fight back.
Our Question for Mr West: Have you heard of the First Amendment?
Mr. West proceeded to give several examples from major news outlets:
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>The New York Times stated Hillary continued to “scramble in the dirt on the crabbed limbs of legal compliance.”
>Washington Post comparing Hillary to a “stale, musty” old car.
>The New Yorker prefers the derogatory term “petulant.”
>USA Today refers to Hillary Clinton’s “reputation for secrecy.”
>Washington Post: “[H]er judgment and penchant for secrecy.”
>NBC News: “Folks, this is the Clinton Way. Secretive.”
>TIME: “penchant for secrecy.”
>New York Times: “[T]he imbroglio could grow into a problem with voters, including some women, if Mrs. Clinton comes to be seen as unduly secretive or imperious in the months ahead.” >Politico uses the same technique, opening an article by calling her “devious” then concluding it by asserting that “it’s hard to win if you’re constantly on the defensive.”
“You are on notice that we will be watching, reading, listening and protesting coded sexism this time around,” West warned. “We expect you to exercise restraint and take editorial responsibility.”
We don’t want to upset those sensitive SV’s by using any of the above terms. But, we can play a word game! How many words can you make from a main word? Those are fun. So, let’s give it a try. How many 4 and 5-letter words can you make from “hillary”? No time limit, just do your best.
LIAR, hill, LIAR, rally, LIAR, hairy, LIAR, rail, LIAR, hilly, LIAR, hall, LIAR, hail.
That’s all we came up with. Let us know if there are more!