If verbal gymnastics were an Olympic sport the LA Times would bring home the gold with their new replacement for the ultra-offensive word “illegal” with the term “informal workers.”
Happy (Illegal) Labor Day! #LATimes refuses to use term "Illegal"…now refers to 'informal" workers…
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) September 1, 2014
California leftists bend over backwards, creatively contorting terms to such an extent that one may soon need a political correctness translator to make sense of what they’re saying. Many on Twitter are sounding off about the Time’s ridiculous replacement of the word:
@IngrahamAngle Gotta love it. Do you think we can get "verbal gymnastics" certified as an Olympic event? We will dominate!
— FlyEaglesFlyBill (@BiHiRiverOfLife) September 1, 2014
— Max (@MHB2012) September 1, 2014
On this Labor Day let’s all be sure to informally celebrate the “unannounced visitors” who are able to work in this country for U.S legal tender.
@IngrahamAngle unannounced visitors??
— Sandman (@Sandtxman) September 1, 2014
If it becomes illegal to use the term “illegal” would it mean the law has simply informally been broken?
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