Monday, 13 February 2012 11:41
Love, Work, and Dissent in a Time of Hazmat Suits and Political Hypochondria
by Phil Rockstroh
Recently, discourse, within the free-range pathogen zone of the U.S. political realm, has been infected and inflamed by the use of verbiage (applied both in the metaphoric and literal sense) related to disease and contagion by editorial scribes and political hacks. For example, we have been informed that Occupy D.C. sites were attacked and destroyed by police authorities for reasons related to public health and hygiene.