Stop Profanity From Becoming Celebrated Political Speech

There's no shortage of foul language in politics, but profanity has become ubiquitous, so why celebrate its use?

Somehow the phenomenon of an Irishman in Texas cussing like a sailor has become a cause célèbre for liberal fabulists…

The Houston Chronicle pointed out that cussing in politics is nothing new. Lyndon Johnson had a famously filthy mouth, and Richard Nixon had his share of "expletive deleted" moments in his White House tapes. And let's not forget former Vice President Joe Biden's "big f-ing deal" remark.