Down deep into mud slinging on each other, different political parties are now keeping their sleeves up on an indirect form of aggressiveness with a sort of hidden accusations hurled on others in some name or the other. Digvijay Singh, a senior Congress leader equated Arvind Kejriwal with Rakhi Sawant with a comparison that both of them talk erratic without any substance in what they say. Yashwant Sinha, a senior BJP leader compared Rahul Gandhi with a horse well dressed up for use by a bride groom on the occasion of his marriage. Apparently there is nothing much wrong in such usage of adjectives, but it certainly falls short of decency and decorum. It is something of the sort of a coloured absurdity. No language lacks the required amount of words to give expressions to one’s own thoughts as they are there in plenty to choose from. Much depends on the one who has to speak out his mind, he may go for better words to express himself, or he may do the same thing in a crudest possible form. Who will agree on equating Kejriwal with Rakhi Sawant, or who will like to fall in line with Rahul Gandhi being branded as a marriage horse? Voice of resentment is a democratic right, no doubt, but if one stoops too low against decency, it is too much. Raise your voice, raise your protest, but every thing has a limit, and so is calling names the way it is being done in the current political scenario.