Monday, June 9, 2008

Bury these buzzwords

Now that the Democratic Party primary season is over, here are some words and phrases I hope never to hear again:

“game-changer”

“delegate math”

“under the bus”

“in the tank”

“metric”

“optics”

“full-throated endorsement”

“Operation Chaos”


Unfortunately, we may be facing a new batch of buzzwords. Such as:

“purple states”

“veepstakes”

“McCain Democrats”

“terrorist fist jab”

6 comments:

Kellybelle said...

Can we add "Clinton supporters" and "Best Political Team on Television" to that list?

Undercover Black Man said...

^ We're vibin', Kellybelle... I definitely almost put "Best Political Team on Television" on my list!

jjbrock said...

How about adding the working class white vote.

Undercover Black Man said...

^ Yes!

The Obenson Report said...

I think "terrorist fist jab" is here to stay! I think we should consider dropping words like "dap," "pound" and "fist bump", and replace them with the much more bombastic yet definitive "terrorist fist jab!" It'll be de rigueur at house parties in Brooklyn!

Undercover Black Man said...

^ Heck yeah! I'll do my part.

Rachel Maddow, by the way, referred to it as "dap" on MSNBC. Just one more reason why she rocks!