Martin Bashir, a host on liberal MSNBC, used the following words: “The lunatic, Sarah Palin.”Merriam-Webster: 1) A- affected with lunacy; B- insane 2) wildly foolishAnother inappropriate, insulting usage on a talk show.
FEATURED POST- Live coverage of violence ill-advised
Copy the following web address in your browser or click on the Nov. 25th post with the above title: http://respectinpolitics.org/2014/11/25/live-coverage-of-disorder-is-ill-advised/
DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ- We added Ms. Wasserman Schultz November 6, 2014. See the post, 'How often do some politicians ..?' Her offense there is relatively mild but search Wasserman Schultz to see her more offensive remarks.
MARTIN BASHIR- Consider him on the list as of our post Nov. 22nd, 2013. Of the insulting outbursts we've posted about, this latest one is especially offensive..
SEAN HANNITY- Our post August 29th, 2013 explains why.
The NRA- Read our April 10th post and search for NRA to see why their many misstatements and inability to show respect for gun victims placed them on this list.
FOX NEWS Our post on March 9th explains why. Click Fox News below for more relevant posts.
RUSH LIMBAUGH - See our July 26th post, "Limbaugh's misinformation and disrespect ... " and click LIMBAUGH below to see why he is on the Shameful list and no longer in our posts.
MIKE MALLOY is added to our list as of August 28, 2012. His hateful comments are well documented. Click MALLOY in the
Categories list below to see our posts. We will no longer waste your time and ours posting about him.
NEAL BOORTZ September 26, 2012. Click BOORTZ for many examples of nasty commentary. We won't bother you with further posts about him.
MARK LEVIN February 1, 2013. Click LEVIN below to see our posts which led to his joining our Shameful list.
CHRIS MATTHEWS- He is on our list as of the post Nov. 8, 2013. It explains his history of rudeness.
Civility and respect: So basic yet too often missing from public dialogue
It's really pretty simple. Civility is politeness and courtesy. Most of us are taught to be civil when we're very young.
Respect includes the acknowledgement that someone or something has value. On rare occasions, egregious actions overwhelm the good someone has done, leading us to conclude that such a person doesn't deserve respect. But for most of us, showing respect is automatic.
In public discourse, including politics and media, civility and respect are too frequently forgotten.
Read more: How to Show Respect to Others | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4502150_show-respect-others.html#ixzz1n2NLXcxBThings