Vulgar language is a lifesaver for politicians

Dumb politicians get so irritated when expletives are thrown at them that they want punishment for that. They do not know that the more insulted they are, the longer they will live. Studies on swear words indicate that they replace actions when people’s anger goes through the roof. This is a way to express extreme emotions towards those who are in power and who should take such reactions into account whether they like it or not, especially when being in power is tantamount to making stupid decisions for public money. In view of the risk involved, democracy should deem insulting politicians as its norm, and, perhaps, it should even encourage the same.

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