Friday, May 4, 2012

Defining Republican-Speak, Part 2

The following definitions are provided to help the average non-Republican understand the arcane language of the GOP. While most of these words and phrases are in common use, among the GOP they possess a certain esoteric, almost magical meaning. To read Part 1 of this series:

Bipartisan (adjective) Democrats caving to Republican demands.

Compromise (verb) Archaic. No longer in use.

Poor (noun) Usually "The poor," people who have fallen out of favor with God.

Native American (noun) White European.

Bible (noun) A bludgeoning device.

Activist Judge A judge who bases decisions on what is best for the greatest number of people.

Strict Constructionist A judge who safeguards the wealth and power of the 1%.

Demographics (noun) A fear so overpowering it can only to be compared to slow, prolonged and total annihilation.

Facts (noun) Lies.

History (noun) Lies arranged in chronological order.

Sin (noun) A moral lapse committed by a Democrat.

Hope (noun) Deceased comedian known for USO tours.

Muslim (noun) Terrorist.

Terrorist (noun) Any person active in opposing Republican ideology, or any Muslim.

Voter Fraud A Democratic election victory.

Hawaii (noun) An island chain off the coast of Kenya.

©2012 Kona Lowell

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