By "plain English" I meant only that it didn't contain fraudulent and misleading figurative
speech. And it is rather uncommon.
Nonsense. Making insulting statements about Communists
is very different from using the word itself as an insult. If the word itself were an insult, they wouldn't use it to describe themselves. Referring to their (or Democrats') propaganda as fraudulent is not equivalent to using the labels themselves as insults.
If I said "all Democrats and Communists are ugly", the political labels are used to specify who
I'm insulting, not as insults themselves. The word "ugly" is the word used as the insult. Is that difference not obvious?
How so? How was that statement fraudulent in any way? Do you deny that the entirety of the "message" of Democrats about tax policy contains that type of speech?