From a quote by Glenn Reynolds: "What bloggers are more than anything, I think, is anti-idiot. That makes life tough for Noam Chomsky, Cornel West, and the Revs. Falwell, Robertson, Jackson, & Sharpton, for reasons that transcend traditional partisanship and ideology." The term "anti-idiotarianism" refers to a philosophy of not being an idiot.
"We reject the idiotarianism of the Left — the moral blindness that refuses to recognize that free markets, individual liberty, and experimental science have made the West a fundamentally better place.
We also reject the idiotarianism of the Right — whether it manifests as head-in-the-sand isolationism or as a Christian-chauvinist political agenda that echoes religious absolutism.
We prefer an anti-idiotarianism that promotes the individual and not the institution."
Common Buzzword by online fascists used to define themselves
Little Green Footballs calls itself "anti-idiotarian"
An inaccurate euphemism used by moonbats to describe 2008 Republican voters that crossed over and voted for Hillary Clinton in states with open primaries. The reality that some states conducted these pro-choice primaries, and that this crossing over was neither illegal nor nefarious, greatly angers some libtards.more...
The term “terrorist” is purposely used to try and goad these voters (because of their probable support for the War on Terror). After all, accusing actual patriots (those who UNDERSTAND the difference between “dissent” and sedition and/or treason) of “'terrorist' voting” could be pretty insulting, right?
Additionally, the term “terrorist voting” is an attempt to water down and obfuscate the meaning of the word “terrorist” (as has already been done with “fascist” and “racist”). The left wing, with much intellectual dishonesty, seeks to turn the definition of “terrorist” on its head by applying the term to:
-the Israeli military
-Western governments who participate in counterterrorism
-any human who takes a pro-active stance against the Religion of Peace and its RANDOM murdering of other humans in the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, India, Chechnya, Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, Somalia, Kenya, Sudan, Egypt, Spain, France, The Netherlands, Sweden, Great Britain and New York City.