December 27, 2013
We should all be wary of almost everything career politicians tell us. But when certain words come out of our elected officials’ mouths, I really want to dry heave. Here are 15 overused bureaucratic terms and their politically-mutated definitions.
A term used by free-spending liberals who want to give your hard-earned money to their constituents.
A volatile, mud-slinging term that means absolutely nothing and is used to whip up the emotions of the ignorant electorate.
A generic term used by the left to define anybody to the right of them.
A generic term used by the right to define anybody to the left of them.
Self-righteous lefties repeat this to sound important instead of simply saying “pollution.”
The belief that nobody should have more than anybody else, regardless of work ethic or skill sets.
“For the Children”
When you hear this term, hold on to your wallets — we all know what this means.
Any word proceeded by “Holiday”
Those are not Holiday presents in my Holiday stockings and under my Holiday tree, you moron.
“The 1 Percenters”
Those evil, capitalistic pigs who work 70+ hours per week to make more than the person using the term.
A sanctimonious Republican term meant to stir up low-information voters — who’s anti-family?
What angry liberals call Republicans who support the Second Amendment.
The adjective bestowed upon those who work hard to earn money, but refuse to give it to those who don’t.
When politicians say “We need to make an investment,” they really mean, “I want to spend YOUR money on MY agenda.”
An ignorant term used to describe any Democrat by emotionally unstable Republicans.
An accusation used by liberals when they’re losing a debate on any topic.
This article was posted: Friday, December 27, 2013 at 5:51 am