June 24, 2009

Time for US to start changing definitions

One of the Progressives stock in trade maneuvers is to change the definitions of words to suit whatever agenda they are either espousing or castigating, in that spirit, I believe that we on the other side of the aisle should give them a dose of their own medicine. To that end, I added tried to add a new page to the Wictionary :

community organizer (n): an incompetent, greedy, whiny,parasitic creature with absolutely no redeeming qualities; a worthless loser; a mooch; a scammer; a weakling with a hunger for power; the term is often used as an insult: “He is as worthless as a community organizer”.

The definition was written by my favorite GLOR and Army Lt., Princess Natasha.

Wictionary accepted the page, but it was taken down in less than 90 seconds...a new record in censorship perhaps?

Here is their takedown message:

This page has been deleted. The deletion and move log for the page are provided below for reference. 19:23, 24 June 2009 Msh210 (Talk | contribs) deleted "community organizer" ‎ (Fatuous entry)

Truly, they that control the definitions, controls the discourse...

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