Here are some phrases I hope to never hear again from this year forward: 1. "I made a mistake and I apologize." Ya didn't make a mistake, you KNEW you were doing wrong! A mistake is an accident, and accidents generally don't repeat themselves over and over until the person gets caught! 2. "Let's agree to disagree." If you both know you're disagreeing, what's the point? LOL Just to quit talking about it? What good will that do since only one person can be right? 3. "I'll try harder next time." Why didn't you just do your best in the first place, and why are you admitting you didn't? Until you said that, I had no clue you were being a slacker! 4. "Obama is President." Can we please change that? 5. "Rush is an idiot." No he's not. He's smart enough to be all in your face and making money doing it. The proper phrase is "Rush is wrong." 6. "You need to be more tolerant." Excuse me? Are you being intolerant of my viewpoint?! 7. "Why do Christians claim they're becoming oppressed when they make up 80% of Americans?" Because the more our beliefs and words are suppressed by intolerant people, the more we become oppressed. We don't like where this is heading, although we like where we're heading and we'd like to share that with you! 8. "I could just as easily believe in the flying spaghetti monster!" This is a phrase loved and cherished by what I term "internet atheists." I was ashamed to hear my own brother say it. It's the catch-phrase of atheists and none can go much further in a debate than that when arguing with an "ignorant Christian." Kinda irony! Got any of yours?