Monday, November 15, 2010

Right-Wing Conspiracies: DWTS and Now… The Dictionary?

- by Warner Todd Huston

The wild-eyed, conspiro-nuts of the far left have been waxing goofy over claims that there simply must be a vast right wing conspiracy because Palin moppet Bristol Palin continues to scoot by and stay on the Dancing With the Stars show. Well, now I'd guess they have a new conspiracy to launch: the New Oxford American Dictionary has just named "refudiate" its word of the year.

The left is all ready to call in Jesse Ventura and his TV crew of Conspiracy Theory on this one. After all, it must be a vast right-wing conspiracy if a real-life dictionary is to be seen giving such as Sarah Palin the benefit of its validation.

ABC News reports:
Sarah Palin has officially changed the modern lexicon, one tweet at a time. While one might expect the New Oxford American Dictionary to refudiate the former Alaska governor’s favorite verb, today they embraced it, announcing “refudiate” as the official 2010 word of the year.
The left must be at its lowest point emotionally.

First they are tossed out of office in a landslide, and then THIS!

It's an outrage, I tells ya!


Warner Todd Huston is editor of Publius' Forum and a contributor to Texas for Sarah Palin as well as Big Government, Right Wing News, and a number of other websites.

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