would still smell as sweet.” Or so said old Will Shakespeare. But names, specifically names which are used in trying to accurately describe (or portray) an individual or group, demand clarity and singular purpose. For example, when you hear of someone being called a WASP, you do not think of the stinging insect, you draw a mental picture of some pasty faced white boy (or girl), of English origin, who is CHristian, but never Catholic … a White Anglo-Saxon Protestent. Though some times used in a derogatory fashion (by those who are NOT WASPs, amazingly enough), none the less, it helps to define a subsection of the human cultural/ethnic pool.
Pascal, has come to the conclusion that the acronym used to label “errant Republicans” (or “Dems in elephant clothing”, if you will), RINO, is not an accurate enough descriptor for those who undermine (in this case) the Republican Party, and conservatism in general. To this end, Pascal is holding a contest, to find a better acronym with which to describe these particular political parasites.
Head on over, and give it your best shot. And to make things even sweeter, he is offering a cash prize for the winning selection. Talk about a fine example of the free market in action.