Apparently, I need to get a new dictionary. Yep, according to Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa the definition of a “son of a bitch” has changed.Go on - read the rest!
Originally, “son of a bitch” (n), was a term chiefly used in the United States to describe an odious scallywag whom everyone disliked or something that was very difficult or unpleasant, such as, “that lug nut on that wheel was one tight son of a bitch.”
Additionally, “son of a bitch” was used to express surprise, disappointment or anger. For instance, I hear that’s what Ted Nugent shouted last year when he bumped into Rosie O’Donnell before she had her hair and makeup done for O’Reilly’s show.
Well, little children, according to Señor Hoffa, we may now call a huge percentage of Americans “sons of bitches” if such individuals …
1. Want to reduce government spending,
2. Believe that they’re taxed enough already,
3. Would like to see a reduction of the national debt and federal budget deficit,
4. Adhere to an originalist interpretation of the United States Constitution,
5. Want to see a reduction in the size and intrusiveness of government,
6. And no likey government-run healthcare—better known as Obamacare.
Yep, all you freaks, according to the well-modulated Hoffa, are one and all a bunch of “son of a bitches” [sic] who must be “taken out.”
Well, in all honesty I’d rather be called a “son of a bitch” than give up on the American dream for a socialistic nightmare.
Matter of fact, I’ll go a step farther and say that all who feel as I do should embrace our sonsabitchesness and revel in the fact that the esprit de corps is still alive and well in the U.S. of A. and forewarn these freaks that we intend to take this nation back to its original roots.
You know, whenever a conservative says anything slightly inflammatory, whether it is taken in context or out of context, the left starts screaming about hateful rhetoric, civil discourse, and on and on. Yet when Hoffa makes statements such as "son of a bitch" and "take them out" which were most definitely NOT taken out of context, I hear crickets chirping.
The double standard is simply breathtaking.