2 definitions by Life's Political

Top Definition
A simple political symbol that represents or stands for something else, usually a rheotrical metaphor used to represent an abstract idea.
In American politics, candidates deliberately use sympols, rather than words, to express their messages to their audiences.
by Life's Political August 27, 2008
an independent member of the flock who is able to identify and express the methods and tactics of partisan opportunists.
The sheepol know that the only difference between a republican candidate and a democratic one is speed, the speed at which their knees hit the floor when corporate donors enter the room.
by Life's Political November 17, 2008

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