Why are bossy women bossing us into banning "bossy"?

The latest iteration illustrating the pathetic absurdity of the left and its reliance on thought and speech Gestapos once again comes wrapped in the cloak of “It’s for the children!” led by one of the more powerful women in business, Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook.

She, along with Anna Maria Chavez, the CEO of the Girl Scouts, penned an essay in The Wall Street Journal declaring they were both called “bossy” as girls, and now it’s time to ban the “b-word” because it keeps girls from “reaching their full potential.”

Fully embracing my bossy self, I’m not buying that for one minute, and neither should you. Case in point: Ms. Sandberg and Ms. Chavez were “victims” of the bossy accusation, and yet somehow it didn’t condemn them to lives of telling fortunes for $1.95 a minute.

Here are two bossy women, bossing everyone around, telling them they’re not allowed to call bossy people bossy. Which opens up the possibility this project is being funded by Michael Bloomberg and Michelle Obama. Who knew bossy people were so sensitive?