(Only those who respect the Constitution and their oath of office earn the honorific…)
Our United States Constitution establishes honorifics for elected officials, such as ‘President’, ‘Vice President’, ‘Senator’, ‘Congressman’, etc.
‘Honorific’ is defined by Merriam-Webster as “Giving or expressing honor or respect”.
BlueCollarPerspective reserves the right to ‘give or express’ those honorifics on elected officials who respect and defend the Constitution which makes such titles possible.
When a Constitutionally-elected official fails to fulfill their oath of office, or otherwise tramples on the very Authority which made their office possible, their action negates any right to such title, and they will not be used.
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