Allen Town, Pennsylvania - For the first time ever, the Right has invoked the word Nazi against the Left. The new salvo begun with an anti-Obama letter and e-mail campaign targeting Jewish-American voters which attempts to discredit Obama in that community by associating him with Hitler. All of which quickly prompted a lawsuit from the Left alleging a violation of their intellectual property rights.
"Hey! What do those guys think they're doing?" said a spokesman for the Coalition of Left Leaning Liberals. "We own the intellectual property rights to that four-letter word (along with the other one). Literally we do. We had the word 'Nazi' trademarked. It's registered to us. They can't use it. Only we can."
Many on the Right had been accusing those on the Left of invoking the word Nazi™ haphazardly for years, using it to win arguments that they would have otherwise lost.
"You couldn't have a reasonable conversation, rational debate or decent shouting match with anyone on the Left without them at some point of the discussion resorting to calling you a Nazi™," said a spokesman for the Right. "How do they like it now that the shoe is on the other foot."
The Left had a judge place a temporary court injunction prohibiting the Right from invoking the name of Nazi™ until after the election is over. A hearing has been scheduled for November 5.
"The lawsuit could have a detrimental impact on the Left's ability to win any future arguments without it, should they lose," said a spokesman for the U. S. Patent Office.
If McCain wins the election, it is expected that the Left will be invoking the word Nazi™ more than ever, although, it is not expected to break the all time record it set with the current administration.