“I endured those tough years of loneliness and name-calling by working hard, fending off the bullies with wit, humor and inner toughness, and by being one of the smartest kids in the classroom.”
“And I think that if you make these, yes, extremist or inflammatory rhetorical claims, you put the opposition in a tough spot because the opposition, it will either be reduced to name-calling, calling you an extremist, or taking you on - taking your words on at face value, which is where you want them because you don't really mean what you're saying anyway.”
“The hyperbole, and the name-calling, and the inability to have a discussion without resorting to either of those tactics is really undermining the way politics is done in America, and the way anything can get done.”
“Ms. CARY: Well, I think when you can't argue on the policies, you start throwing the kitchen sink and name-calling and using this extreme label.”
“By all means, intelligently debate the issues, but please, out of respect for our fellow human beings, can we leave the name-calling, labels and put-downs aside?”
“Or the political science major who insists that the democratic process doesn't have to devolve into partisan name-calling?”
“Even if you could argue that favoring a narrow inheritance tax is a Marxist tenet, using some very tenuous definition of "tenet," it's still inane name-calling to claim that advocating for one means a candidate has Marxist views.”
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“Psychological abuse, i.e. relentless taunting and name-calling?”
“It also has become clear to me that these individuals are interested in having a richer, more civil and more enlightening conversation about the topic than is evidenced by Coulter's name-calling.”
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