Perhaps the best word for the 2012 presidential race: long. From endless primaries to reoccurring political ads, this campaign keeps dragging on -- and so do the speeches. According to a new survey by CafePress, a few themes have worn out their welcome with the public. Words that people are just plain sick of include "1 percent," "doubling down," "success," and "built that." Even the word "freedom" has gained some enemies -- eight percent of those surveyed said they're tired of hearing about it.
Candidates, when you've made Americans turn against freedom, perhaps it's time to freshen up the rhetoric.