As a title, it is perhaps unsubtle: but since he is going around saying things like this...

"We're giving relief to people that I deal with in my office every day now unfortunately. But because of the longevity of this recession, these are people -- and they're not minorities and they're not defective and they're not all the things you'd like to insinuate that these programs are about -- these are average, good American people,” Kanjorski states.

(Via Ed Driscoll, who has a good deal more of Kanjorski's more... counterproductive... commentary.) ...I don't see why words should be minced.  Or why Kanjorski needs to stay in the House past November; I'm fairly certain that Lou Barletta can be counted on to avoid insinuating that 'minorities' or 'defectives' don't get to be 'average, good American people.'

I mean, that's just ignorant.

Moe Lane

Crossposted to Moe Lane.