Those who want to turn back the clock of the Republican Party to its pre-1980 libertarian roots of self-defense, constitutionalism, and shrunken government
Dr. Ron Paul is a Retrorepublican! How awesome is that, man!
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Religion has been closely identified with our history and government. SCHOOL DIST. OF ABINGTON TP. V. SCHEMPP, 374 U. S. 203 (1963); VAN ORDEN V. PERRY, 545 U.S. 677 (2005). The history of man is inseparable from the history of religion. ENGEL V. VITALE, 370 U. S. 421 (1962); SCHOOL DIST. OF ABINGTON TP. V. SCHEMPP, 374 U. S. 203 (1963).more...
Our Constitution is a covenant running from the first generation of Americans to us and then to future generations. It is a coherent succession. Each generation must learn anew that the Constitution's written terms embody ideas and aspirations that must survive more ages than one. PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTHEASTERN PA. v. CASEY, 505 U.S. 833 (1992).
Covenant is a religious concept, originating in the ancient Near Eastern religions. Covenant is also a critical component of Christianity. Indeed, the very salvation offered through Jesus Christ is called the New Covenant. See, e.g., Luke 22:20. From Christianity, the idea of covenant was adopted by the American Founding Fathers: 'Viewing the United States Constitution as the critical expression of the American constitutional tradition, we move back in time, seeking the less differentiated, more embryonic expression of what is in that document. Our search takes us to the earliest state constitution, then to colonial documents of foundation that are essentially constitutional such as the Pilgrim Code of Law, and then to proto-constitutions such as the Mayflower Compact. The political covenants...
The process a country goes through when a man is elected leader of that country and destroys it from the inside out.
When the process of Obamafication was finished, the United States was left in ruins.
Tea Party + Republican
A member of the Republican party, with strong anti-government sentiments, who often believes that national security, and expressions of patriotism, corporate fealty, and constitutionalism, are fundamentally more important to America's national character than the general health, education and welfare of its citizens.
Fed up with moderate Republicans, he decided he would only vote for Teapublicans.
A generally pejorative term used to describe the practice by which judges (typically high ranking judges, e.g. the United States Supreme Court) set groundbreaking precedents via excessively (from the perspective of those using the term) loose interpretations of the law. Such interpretations are most often thought to be politically motivated. Made possible by the legal doctrine of stare decisis, wherein judges are compelled by tradition to mirror rulings from similar past cases.
Roe v. Wade, in which the United States Supreme Court ruled that abortion could not be banned due to an implicit "right to privacy" in the Constitution, is the quintessential example of "judicial activism."
Cainunism (keyn - yuh - niz - uhm) – noun
1. A theory or system of economic organization based on a wildly optimistic regard for the fiscal discipline of Congress and the President. Adherence to this theory typically requires the suspension of disbelief concerning the ability of increasing the government’s power to tax, without substantive spending cuts, to actually reduce burdens on taxpayers and to produce economic recovery.
2. The intentional use by politicians of resonant slogans which obfuscate and distract some voters from the otherwise conspicuous absence of thoughtful, realistic or realizable fiscal or monetary plans and policies.
Cainunist (keyn - yuh - nist) - adjective
1. Of, characterized by, favoring or relating to Cainunism; Cainunistic
Origin of Cainunism: term used by informed voters to describe the economic-sounding slogans that originated from the 2012 vanity presidential campaign of Herman Cain (1945 – )
Synonyms for Cainunism: 1. Prevarication, 2. Deception, 2. Cozen, 3. Hucksterism, 4. Hoodwink, 5. Sales Pitch, 6. Razzle Dazzle
Antonyms for Cainunism: 1. Common Sense, 2. Objective Reality, 3. Free Market, 4. Tax Reduction, 5. Economic Liberty, 6. Less Government, 7. Constitutionalism, 8. Ron Paul
Cainunism. In a sentence: “Imagining that a ‘9 - 9 - 9’ percent tax ‘plan’ would not soon be 9.9 - 9.9 - 9.9, then 19 - 19 - 19, and so on, is just more magical Cainunist thinking.”
Portmanteau of "Ron Paul" and "Robot".
A derogatory nickname given to the followers of Texas Congressman Ron Paul. Often attributed to their seemingly mindless support in addition to their supposed inability to see other interpretations of law.
Lined up on the streets, the Paulbots waived their posters and placards proudly despite being outnumbered 3-to-1 at the convention.
"Have you ever tried to debate with Susie?"
"Don't bother, she's a Paulbot."