Here's an example. After the primary, when campaign manager Jude Denis was dumped in favor of Easton City Council candidate Mike Fleck, Lady MacBeth told Denis she could stay to clean HQs. Condescending remarks like that tend to be bad for morale.
What really set Lady MacBeth off recently was some little bastard, probably Michael Molovinsky, who surreptitiously spraypainted "SKATE OR DIE" all over the restroom walls at campaign HQs. That really got to her.
King Edwin: "This is a sorry sight."
Lady MacBeth: "A foolish thought, to say a sorry sight."
Lady MacBeth got all kinds of cleaning supplies and ordered her volunteers to wash out that offensive graffiti.
Lady MacBeth: "Yet here's a spot."
Pastors Charles and Randy: "Hark, she speaks. We will set down what comes from her, to satisfy our remembrance the more strongly."
Lady MacBeth: "Out, damn'd spot! out, I say!—One; two: why, then 'tis time to do't. — Hell is murky. — Fie, my lord, fie, a soldier, and afeard? What need we fear who knows it, when none can call our pow'r to accompt? — Yet who would have thought this old wall to have had so much paint in it?"
Lady MacBeth blames "inner city" campaign volunteers for this offense, apparently forgetting that skateboarding is pretty much a middle class (and white) activity. Now, they're all pissed and jumping ship. I have a few names but will keep their identities to myself. One of them is a young lady who recently managed to put herself through college despite the handicap of two parents addicted to crack cocaine. She was deeply offended by Lady MacBeth's accusations, and will apply her talents where they are appreciated.