6 definitions by RSD

Top Definition
Giving a gratuitous and insincere compliment, possibly to deceive. (Can be my, your, his, or her ass, but probably not plural, as in their asses.)
Yeah, sure. Thanks for the kind words, but I think you're blowing smoke up my ass.
by RSD July 06, 2006
Nixon had Watergate, the Clintons had Whitewater. This is Leakwater.
Often called Plamegate, Rovegate or the CIA Leak Case, Leakwater is a better name for the White House scandal over the leaking of a CIA operative's name to discredit and intimidate her husband and other White House critics. See also "The Leaker," a John Sherffius cartoon of July 11, 2005, which shows Karl Rove taking a leak on the CIA seal.
What's the President up to now? This smells worse than Leakwater.

(alternate name: Plamegate)
by RSD July 08, 2006
Nixon had Watergate, the Clintons had Whitewater. This is Leakwater. Often called Plamegate, Rovegate or the CIA Leak Case, Leakwater is a better name for the White House scandal over the leaking of a CIA operative's name to discredit and intimidate her husband and other White House critics. See also "The Leaker," a John Sherffius cartoon of July 11, 2005, which shows Karl Rove taking a leak on the CIA seal.
What's the President up to now? This smells worse than Leakwater.
by RSD July 08, 2006
About the CIA leak scandal:
Nixon had Watergate, the Clintons had Whitewater. This is Leakwater.
Often called Plamegate, Rovegate or the CIA Leak Case, Leakwater is a better name for the White House scandal over the leaking of a CIA operative's name to discredit and intimidate her husband and other White House critics. See also "The Leaker," a John Sherffius cartoon of July 11, 2005, which shows Karl Rove taking a leak on the CIA seal.
re: George W. Bush
What's the President up to now? This smells worse than Leakwater. That was back in the days of George W. Bush.
by RSD July 08, 2006
The foremost rule of a brave, strong, and wise Commander in Chief:

Start no unnecessary war.
The Principal Principle of a great President, one who knows war or understands war and is dedicated to the safety and security of the American people, would be:

Start no unnecessary war.

This is basic, fundamental.
by RSD July 08, 2006
A mildly derisive euphemism related to "pissed off" but with a suggestion of childhood nervous incontenence or bedwetting. Suggests a loss of control from fear or anxiety as much as anger. "Don't get wee-weed up over it" is similar to "don't wet your pants." Origin is the childhood term wee-wee, to urinate.
''There's something about August going into September where everybody in Washington gets all wee-weed up,'' Obama told an audience at the Democratic National Committee headquarters. ''I don't know what it is. But that's what happens.'' -- NY Times, August 21, 2009
by RSD August 21, 2009

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