5 definitions by Bobby Farrelly

Top Definition
A brave group of Vietnam Vets who spoke out about their first-hand knowledge of John Kerry's falsified war record. They also reminded the country of Kerry's well documented traitorous acts in the early 1970's that had been conveniently buried by the mainstream press.
If not for the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, that lying bastard Kerry might have been President.
by Bobby Farrelly August 24, 2006
To bravely expose the lies and manipulations of a powerful person seeking to achieve self promotion based on a falsified personal history and thereby prevent the success of his or her deception.
It took a lot of guts to go up against the lying billionaire, but they were able to swiftboat his dreams of taking over the country.
by Bobby Farrelly August 24, 2006
To thwart a conspiracy to deceive the public by getting the facts out on someone despite a concerted effort on the part of the media to ignore and/or actively discredit a politically inconvenient truth.
ABC's false stories were unable to prevent the veteran's group from being able to swift boat Kerry's Vietnam fantasy.
by Bobby Farrelly August 28, 2006
To be outed a hypocritical liar.
Thank God Kerry was swiftboated before he got elected President.
by Bobby Farrelly August 24, 2006
The act of exposing the exagerated or inflated claims of a person seeking to promote themselves into a position of authority.
He would have gotten away with his outrageous lies if not for the swiftboating he received at the hand of his classmates.
by Bobby Farrelly August 24, 2006

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