“Your guide to the idiom of mass delusion.” Civility, n., hackspeak, The silence or acquiescence of one’s political enemies.
“Your guide to the idiom of mass delusion.” Pragmatism, n. blogspeakThe murder of principle by expedience.See also compromise; bipartisanship. Consensus, n. hackspeakAn agreed upon delusion.
“Your guide to the idiom of mass delusion”Thoughtfulness, n., blogspeak:1. Cowardice or careerism taken or presented as reflection, meditation, or contemplation.2. Deference to convention or power; self-censorship to avoid offense or the degradation of one’s professional prospects.3. Intellectual conformance driven by a fear of social ostracism. Thoughtful, a.Milquetoast; mealy-mouthed; compliant; harmless; irrelevant; boring; lemming-like; chicken-shit;Continue reading “Alternative America Phrasebook”
“Your guide to the idiom of mass delusion” Bush Derangement Syndrome, neoconservative neologism,1. The inability to sublimate the disdain felt for a criminally incompetent president.2. Outrage at the crimes and incompetence of same.3. Undue veneration for the Constitution, the rule of law, truth, common decency, or good sense during the period between January 20, 2001Continue reading “Alternative America Phrasebook”
“Your Guide to the Idiom of Mass Delusion.” Political Terminologyspeaker: “We don’t have the votes.”definition: “We don’t want the votes.”alternatively: “Thank God we don’t have the votes.”sometimes, implied: “Careful, or we may find we have the votes.” Cultural TermsLiberal, n.One who suffers from the haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happier than someone elseContinue reading “Alternative America Phrasebook”