New Republican Definitions
alternative energy sources
n. New locations to drill for gas and oil.
n. A punishable crime when committed by poor people but not corporations
n. The greater of two evils.
n. Any attempt to raise the minimum wage.
n. The day when the blue states are swallowed by the oceans.
n. Poignant concern for the very wealthy.
n. 1. Past tense of De Lie 2. Patronage saint.
n. So extensively exported that the domestic supply is depleted.
fict. Faux news.
n. Halliburton no-bid contracts at taxpayer expense.
n. Senior presidential adviser.
n. 1. The justification for tax cuts for the rich. 2. What happens to the
national debt when Republicans cut taxes on the rich.
n. The index finger, usually on the right hand. No other definitions or usage.
n. Archaic. (Lat.) Legal term no longer in use (See Patriot Act).
n. No tree left behind.
n. Lies told in simple declarative sentences--e.g., "Freedom is on the march."
House of Representatives
n. Exclusive club; entry fee $1 million to $5 million.
n. When the poor are not working.
n. When the wealthy are not working.
n. Followers of the Anti-christ.
n. Nerds with Napoleonic complexes.
n. Tragedy used to justify any administrative policy. (see Terra, Terra, Terra)
No Child Left Behind
riff. 1. v. There are always jobs in the military.
n. A civilization where 1 percent of the population controls 90 percent of the
n. The pre-emptive strike on American freedoms to prevent the terrorists from
destroying them first.
adj. Valuing human life until birth.
n. Exclusive club; entry fee $10 million to $30 million.
v. To cut the taxes of Republican donors.
staying the course
interj. Slang. Saying and doing the same stupid thing over and over, regardless
of the result.
n. A significant minority turnout.
n. The nation-state, future tense.
n. Arsenic storage device.
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