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58 definitions by Charles_U_Farley

 
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A blue collar traitor is a laborer who supports the G.O.P. Eventhough Republicans are anti-labor and unions support Democrats, some blue collar workers actually vote Republican.

Blue collar workers work hard for their money and they are the backbone of a strong American economy. They actually make stuff (manufacture products, build buildings etc.) many of these laborers belong to unions, so they can help protect each other from greedy corporations.
These blue collar people vote for Democrats because they are the party that supports the working class. The Republicans only look out for the richest 2% of the population and support the big corporations that finance their campaigns.
Congressman John Boehner (R-Ohio) is another kind of blue collar traitor. He grew up in a blue collar family and actually joined the Republican anti-labor party!
by Charles_U_Farley January 20, 2011
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51.
A redundant defintion occurs when someone submits a word to the Urban Dictionary that has already been published. This can either be caused by failing to look up the word before submitting it or by a dumbass who doesn't care if the word is already in the UD.
This term does not apply to an entirely different meaning or to a rebuttal defintion, but to a definition that is almost or exactly the same as a previous entry.
There really is no legitimate excuse for redundant definitions!
For examples of a redundant definition just look up Obama. There are several Obama definitions that are word-for-word indentical! There is no excuse for THAT kind of bullshit!
by Charles_U_Farley January 03, 2011
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At term to describe the sad state of politics America in the 21st century.

With the increasing influence of talk radio and so-called new commentators, there is more vitriolic argumenting and shouting than ever. People like Sarah Palin,Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Ann Coulter and Mike Savage are ranting and raving like complete idiots. These people tear down and make up lies about people they disagree with rather than offer any solutions to the problems we face.

This toxic political atmosphere is making political campaigns longer, meaner, dirtier and more expensive every year.
Toxic political discourse is creating a lot of tension, flustration and violence, but few solutions. We need to tone down the hostility in Washington, on the radio and on cable TV, before we destroy ourselves.
by Charles_U_Farley January 20, 2011
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An underhanded way to avoid lying under oath. The term is derived from Ronald Reagan's comments and testimony during the Iran-Contra hearings. When asked difficult questions about his involvement in illeagally funding the Contras, rather than pleading the 5th he would just say "I don't recall."

Usually when someone refuses to answer a question during testimony they look guilty, Reagan just sounded like a dumbass. Was it just a scam or had the alzheimers already started to affect him?
When testifying during the senate hearings, Tony Hayward, was reaganing when he said he was "not involved in that decision," several times, rather than admit the truth: BP fucked up!
by Charles_U_Farley November 19, 2010
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Richard M. Nixon (1913-1994).

The 37th president of the United States from 1969-1974. Most people remember Nixon for the Watergate scandal and the Viet Nam War, however many good things happened during that time too.

During this time, Republicans still cared about the environment, still cared about the working class and were still pro-family. for example, the Nixon Administration created the EPA and OSHA.
President Nixon was the last Progressive Republican.
by Charles_U_Farley February 25, 2011
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This is a cold weather problem. Everything contracts when it gets cold, including the bladder.

Ever notice that the urge to take a piss dramatically increases when you step out into the cold?
Yeah, I better take a piss before I go leave, it's cold as hell outside, I don't want to have bladder contraction issues.
by Charles_U_Farley February 25, 2011
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An Australian-born computer hacker and founder of wikileaks.

Assange considers espionage and cyber terrorism a good thing. He seems to think all government and corporate secrets should be exposed with no regard for who may be harmed or how many lives could be lost.
Wikileaks is damaging fragile international relationships that were on the mend after George W Bush left office. ASSange is arrogant, paranoid and dangerous to government and corporations worldwide!

"Don't shoot the messenger for revealing uncomfortable truths." --Julian ASSange 2010
Julian Assange has revealed U.S. Military and diplomatic secrets that could compromise the missions in Afganistan and Iraq and this could put our soldiers in danger!
by Charles_U_Farley December 12, 2010
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