There are many ways to handle an election loss. One might express gratitude to supporters and look forward to spending more time with family. Hungrier candidates might begin reviewing what went wrong and planning for the next election. What's not recommended is lashing out like a child against public relations professionals on Twitter, a la failed State Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate Frank Riggs. As election returns spelled bad news for Riggs against Democrat Kathy Hoffman, Riggs used his preferred social media app to lob some unkind words toward consultant David Leibowitz, who had taken some jabs at the 68-year-old perennial candidate. "Punk & coward," Riggs wrote to Leibowitz. "Couldn't last one week in boot camp or police academy. Sorry Softie." Riggs went on to hurl insults at flacks and journalists who weighed in on his poor election results and juvenile behavior. Don't conservatives like Riggs have a word for overly sensitive people who flip out when they're lightly criticized? Oh, yeah — #snowflake.