Roger Clemens Inspires New Word – Impenouchable

I don’t know if you’ve been following the Congressional hearings of McNamee vs. Clemens… but it is both a joke and sad at the same time.

I got to thinking about this, and a new word came to my mind.  Be looking for this word in the next edition of Webster’s Dictionary.

impenouchable  noun  /im-pen-uhch-a-buhl/  – a person who believes they are above reproach as to honesty, not to be held accountable for one’s actions.

It is a combination of several words: untouchable, unaccountable, irresponsible, and impenetrable.

For those who need visuals to help you understand the meaning of this new word, consider the two pictures below:

 
The Impenouchables

This is the story of too many athletes, musicians, and actors.  It’s just because we were fortunate to have our tax dollars pay for this congressional hearing that Clemens inspiried this new word.  Go ahead, raise my taxes so we can experience live on television the folly of all those who are impenouchable!

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