Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Have a chuckle on the Republicans

Stolen from here

Entries from the Republican-English Dictionary
by Mark Kleiman
Category: Lying in politics

*Cheney, Dick/ n./* The greater of two evils.

**compassionate conservatism/ n./* Poignant concern for the very wealthy

*creation science/ n./* Pseudoscience that claims George W. Bush's resemblance to a chimpanzee is totally coincidental

*DeLay, Tom/ n./* Past tense of De Lie

*extraordinary rendition/ n./* Outsourcing torture

*God/ n./* Senior presidential adviser

*growth/ n./*
1. The justification for tax cuts for the rich.
2. What happens to the national debt when policy is made according to Definition 1.

*House of Representatives/ n./* Exclusive club; entry fee $1 million to
$5 million (See Senate)

*in the national interest /adj. phr./*
1. Conducive to the election of Republicans.
2. Beneficial to Republican contributors.

*ownership society/ n./*
1. A civilization where 1 percent of the population controls 90 percent of the wealth
2. A political system in which all power is in the hands of the owners

*Patriot Act/ n./*
1. Pre-emptive strike on American freedoms to prevent the terrorists from destroying them first
2. The elimination of one of the reasons why they hate us

*pro-life/ adj./* Valuing human life up until birth

*Senate/ n./* Exclusive club; entry fee $10 million to $30 million

*simplify/ vt./* To reduce, especially to cut the taxes of Republican donors