Noun: (i) A dupe who falls hook, bobber and pole for the paradoxical utterances of George W. Bush; (ii) a person who blindly and unhestitatingly accepts political and moral "truths" as concocted and served up by the Bush Administration; (iii) one who appreciates warmongers and is willing to facilitate WWIII.
1. The United States should get out of the United Nations, and our highest national priority is enforcing U.N. resolutions against Iraq.
2. Jesus loves Bush and his -bots, but hates homosexuals and the Clintons.
3. Saddam was a good guy when Reagan armed him, a bad guy when Bush's daddy made war on him, a good guy when Cheney did business with him, and a bad guy when Bush decided to fulfill the neocons' wet-dream of taking over Iraq.
4. The best way to improve military morale is to praise the troops in speeches, while slashing veterans' benefits and combat pay.
5. A good way to fight terrorism is to belittle our long-time allies, then demand their cooperation and money.
6. A good way to make our country "strong" is to bankrupt it and weaken the middle class.
Bush: Let's clone up some more bushbots!
Bushbot: But cloning is immoral.
Bushbot: Oh, I see your point.
adjective--a state of cocksure audacity, brilliantly brash and of breathtakingly behemothic gonadal proportion.
Origin-- This word was coined following Stephen Colbert's perfomance at the 2006 White House Correspondents' Dinner, April 29, 2006, where Mr. Colbert, using brilliant wit and biting satire, had the courage to prove that Emperor George Bush had no clothes and that the entire Washington press corp was asleep at the switch.
Mr. Colbert's demonstration of testicular fortitude-- his brazen display of juevos grandes-- has certainly earned him the right to his own English language adjective. COLBERTIAN
His perfomance last night was not just stunning, one could only call it colbertian!
With colbertian vigor, we lifted the yoke of oppression and retook the great land that once was ours.
noun: an acronym which stands for "Former United States Supported Dictator Internationally Reviled for Acts of Genocide."
The term FUSSDIRAG was coined by Stephen Colbert on "The Colbert Report," January 8th, 2007.
FUSSDIRAGs include Saddam Hussein, Slobodan Milosevic, Augusto Pinochet, Idi Amin, Efrain Rios Montt, Charles Taylor, and Haji Mohammad Suharto among many others.
"Now that Saddam has been executed, we're running low on FUSSDIRAGs"
noun: canine protective eyewear
origin: elision of the words "dog" and "goggles"
Fido's colorful bandana and jaunty doggles assured us of his continued status as gayest dog on the beach.
noun: A pedestrian route chosen for its warmth, rather than because it makes the pedestrian's trip shorter.
Warmcuts can be taken in an urban area, usually through a department store or office building that spans an entire city block, for the specific purpose of avoiding the cold weather outside.
On the way to my annual winter lunch with Pierpont, I took a warmcut through the County Services building.
noun: the unfortunate physical aftermath of a night at McDonald's eating chicken McNuggets or any other greasy/oily/cheesy fast food.
"Whew," said the strange man pointing to the men's restroom, "do not go in there, dude-- mcsplosion."
Mcsplosions are a leading cause of US emergency room admissions and have even contributed to the further destabilization of the San Anreas fault.
Noun: The opposite of "mea culpa," Latin for an act or omission that is "my fault". A "you-a-culpa" is an act or omission that is all YOUR fault and not at all MY fault.
Usually associated with a complex situation where the appropriate person or persons to blame is open to dispute.
When the house fell down shortly after contruction, all the you-a-culpas started flying.
Don't start with the you-a-culpas, man. I know you're the one who wrecked my transmission!