Tuesday, January 30, 2007

It's "Democratic"

And I quote GW Bush (aka #43 or POTUS) from the State of the Union address
"and I congratulate the Democrat majority."

Remember this is an example of the exactitude and detail some speeches merit. This one phrase was commented on extensively and noted as an insult and a slam and a jab. And this offers
some in-kind names such as "Republicant".

But all this is a digression of function over form.

It was a grammatical blunder - which is simply poor form. "Democrat" is a noun, "Democratic" is an adjective.

If the president gets raked over the coals for it, do you expect to escape in any better shape?