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Left Quickly Using Up All Known Reserves Of Profanity
According to Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit, there is now scientific proof that the left blogosphere uses foul language far more frequently than the right. Hoft found that there is about an 18-to-1 use of profanity among lefties compared to righties. It would have been more like 180-to-1, but Ace has been single-handedly making sure the right does not get shut out of this game (thanks Ace!). If it weren't for Ace, and normally civil blogs quoting Amanda Marcotte, there may have been virtually no profanity use among the top righty blogs at all. Actually some of the commenters have taken Jim to task for his methodology, such as a need to factor in word counts and other such factors. I am pretty sure this is one experiment that is going to show similar results regardless of the methodologies used.
The left is leaving a huge profanity footprint - they should be buying offsets from the rest of us.
P.S. Perhaps the right is just so much more efficient in their use of profanity. They make it really count. Like Dick Cheney, for example - he throws one little f-bomb, and no one ever seems to forget it.
P.P.S. Plus the guy shoots only one lawyer and no one ever seems to forget that, either.
Posted by Ken McCracken · 1 March 2007 12:57 PM
Wow! I guess if I ever get into a mood that I want to cuss someone out there are some great liberal blogs to go do it??? HA! That is typical of liberals. They don't have much to say so they have to use harsh language to try to intimidate!
Posted by: zsa zsa at March 1, 2007 02:21 PM
I love Dick Cheney!
Posted by: zsa zsa at March 1, 2007 07:12 PM
Trackbacks aren't working...?
Like Dick Cheney, for example - he throws one little f-bomb, and no one ever seems to forget it.
Posted by: Beth at March 1, 2007 07:39 PM
Ken...I agree. One little lawyer & everyone makes such a big deal out of it! Leave poor VP Cheney alone! The lawyer & he are good friends!
Posted by: zsa zsa at March 1, 2007 07:51 PM
Ken, I must say it is nice having you back! Where have you been?
Posted by: zsa zsa at March 1, 2007 07:55 PM
I was skiing in Colorado Zsa Zsa, with my folks.
I was jealous to hear Will was going to Kenya though!
Posted by: Ken McCracken at March 1, 2007 08:22 PM
Trackbacks seem to be a hit or miss thing here sometimes.
I have them turned on!
Posted by: Ken McCracken at March 1, 2007 08:32 PM
Profanity is just a crutch for
Posted by: Terry_Jim at March 1, 2007 11:59 PM
"Plus the guy shoots only one lawyer"
He will be more careful the next time. He will take more ammo with him, when he is out with lawyers.
I know, poor attempt at a joke.
By the way, if we started calling lefties what they really are we could win the contest next time. In a way I think it irritates them when we don't go down to their level in political discussions. They can not win most debates on the issues, and for us to get diverted into a low level emotional state to respond to them serves no useful purpose.
Posted by: Eneils Bailey at March 2, 2007 04:10 AM