A term for passionate supporters of Howard Dean, presidential candidate 2003-2004.
"Oh no, here comes a Deaniac."
"Vote Dean! Vote Dean!"
The Oklahoma state legislature, according to U.S. Representative and 2004 GOP Senatorial candidate Tom Coburn.
Actual transcript, I am not making this up:
COBURN: Look, economic development in southwest Oklahoma is a federal role. Do you really believe that?
MALE CONSTITUENT: To some extent, yes sir.
MALE CONSTITUENT: Uh, because the development that we need is above our means.
COBURN: No it's not. It's because you have a bunch of crapheads in Oklahoma City that have killed the vision of anybody wanting to invest in Oklahoma.
A term for differing schools of political campaign theory, originated by ABCNEWS' The Note internet report referring to the Iowa caucuses of January 2004. "Mo" refers to momentum, or the last-miute media impact of a candidacy, whereas "O" refers to organization, the ground troops of a campaign fomenting a result.
For interest, "Mo" triumphed in Iowa 2004, as the insurgent campaigns of John Kerry and John Edwards soundly defeated the old frontrunners Howard Dean and Dick Gephardt.
"So this will be a contest of mo versus o."
A term of encouragement shouted while someone is attempting to do something requiring great strength or speed.
"I can't get this window open!"
"Come on, giver!"
"NNNNNAAAGH! Ha ha!"
Something that is all but impossible to criticize without coming across like an elitist fuck.
Also, despite undeniable flaws, the only stable and morally acceptable form of government.
"Democracy sucks! The people are stupid! I can't believe they voted for Bush again!"
"Well, what's the alternative?"
A common North American fish.
"Bob, let me tell you something: About the only thing I can think of that would be less tolerable than another term under George Bush is - no, wait, I can think of a bunch of things, um... but... uh... one particular thing that I can think of that would be more tolerable... I mean less tolerable... no, more... no less - yeah, cause almost anything would be tolerable... like a lap dance... but, uh, one that would be less tolerable would be to be beaten repeatedly about the loins with a sturgeon."