The inaccurate insult: how politics makes for idiotic word choices

During a break between observing focus groups for an unrelated project, with nothing but M&Ms for sustenance, I started researching an essay I was writing about former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano. The client happened to walk up, and, bored as I was, he glanced at my screen. “Janet Napolitano,” he said, “what an idiot.” “Hold Read more about The inaccurate insult: how politics makes for idiotic word choices[…]