Some of the "cliches" dealt with have often bothered me - "one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter" always seemed like a crap expression. The moral equivalence involved in thinking such thoughts is sickening to anyone who takes the time to really break down what is being said. I wonder how many MSM pundits have called Bobby Kennedy's murdered Sirhan Sirhan a freedom fighter?
The history behind some of the sayings and ideas like "let them eat cake" was particularly enlightening while the hypocrisy involved in most of the other ideas mainly left one angry. For instance when some Hollywood actor threatens that if so-and-so gets elected then they will move out of the country. Goldberg points out that what they are really saying is that they value their own political beliefs over the beliefs of other citizens and even over the country itself.