Words That Are Too Dangerous To Be Used Anymore Starting With Job “Killing”

Super Genius Chellie Pingree, Congresswoman (D-ME), has spotted a potential danger: A word that could lead to MURDER. Save us, congresswoman, save us!

A good place to start a more civil dialog would be for my Republican colleagues in the House to change the name of the bill they have introduced to repeal health care reform. The bill, titled the “Repeal the Job Killing Health Care Law Act,” was set to come up for a vote this week, but in the wake of Gabby’s shooting, it has been postponed at least until next week.

Don’t get me wrong — I’m not suggesting that the name of that one piece of legislation somehow led to the horror of this weekend — but is it really necessary to put the word “killing” in the title of a major piece of legislation?

She’s absolutely right. It’s only a MATTER OF TIME until the words “job killing” lead to a murder spree. But, can we really stop there? What other words could lead to a bloodbath?

Could you be causing a death every time you yell “Shotgun” when you want the front seat? How about all of you people in bars who’re ordering “shots?” How many deaths are you responsible for? Then, of course, there are all you card players who’ve played “war.” Are you responsible for the war in Afghanistan? Can we really be sure?

……And we haven’t even gotten started here. How many of you people have used the number “9” — you know, like a 9mm handgun? How about the term “battleground states?” Are people who use that term creating actually battlegrounds? Then there’s “cutting” into traffic. How many people have been knifed because of that term? Probably MILLIONS.

As the smartest woman ever, Chellie Pingree has shown us — we just can’t afford this kind of DANGEROUS language anymore.

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