Main Entry: Amer·i·rage
Etymology: From the combination of American (A Citizen of the United States) and Rage, from Latin rabies rage, madness, from rabere to be mad; akin to Sanskrit rabhas violence
1 : violent political anger
2 : an intense patriotic feeling : passion
In 2009, Amerirage at the out of control growth of government, spending, bailouts and the perceived disconnect of an elitist Congress and President from average citizens, began to manifest itself in political protests like Tea Partys.