Ill⋅in⋅ician (Ill-in-ish-uhn)
1. one who holds a public office and cannot hide lies as well as others
2. a person skilled covering up the wrong doings of political government or administration
Illinisious, - Senator, you are acting in an Illinisous manner.
The XYZ press released today that New York is nearing the number two spot in having the greatest number of Illinicians; still a far cry from the National leader and obvious, Illinois.
by Disturbed Registered Voter February 20, 2009
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