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Stump Lane Poll: OFL

November 18, 2005

Is it time for a change of terminology? Consider the following:

  • The churlish nature of the latest Democrats who supported the Iraq resolution but now doubt the intelligence are irresponsible for bringing it up PR blitz
  • His perplexing failure to notice Hurricane Katrina for days
  • The inability— or unwillingness —to shake somebody— anybody —out of the bag of vipers he totes around calling his “administration” and make the Valerie Plame story go away at the start
  • An simultaneous acceptance and denial of acceptance of institutionalized torture
  • Miserable failures too numerous to mention here

First: guess who.

Or don’t. In light of the above, has the time come to change our sardonic nickname for this fellow? Thus far, at the Stump, we have been using the term ‘Our Fearless Leader’ and the acronym ‘OFL’ (pronounced “awful.”)

We now ask you, Dear Readers, (both of you,) have we come to a juncture where “Fearless” is no longer properly descriptive, even taking full sarcastic intent into account? What about “Our Feckless Leader” which preserves our awful acronym? Something else altogether? Let us know in the comments.

Thank you.

  1. November 19, 2005 7:44 PM

    i personally prefer to pronounce the acronym as “offal”. vivid. veiny. organic.

  2. November 20, 2005 8:41 PM

    Of course, one person’s offal is another’s pizzle. Still, your pronounciation works for me.

    “veiny.” LOL

  3. November 20, 2005 11:23 PM

    Maybe: Our Fearless Feckless Asinine Leader?

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