n. A government where people vote, but not the way the speaker would like them to.
"Of course George Bush won; America is a dumocracy!"

"Of course Bill Clinton won; America is a dumocracy!"

"It follows course that John Adams hath won the election; America is but a dumocracy!"
by A_1_B_2_C_3_________________ September 30, 2006
a process by which
the rich select
who from among them
can best coerce the poor
that he/she represents them.
"The dumocracy at our school
only seemed to represent
the OPINES
of the administrators
treading water."
by skipix November 07, 2006
A PROCESS
in WHICH
the rich choose
WHO FROM AMONG them
can best coerce thepoor
that HE/SHE represent THEM.

see also: OTHERNESS; DUMBOcrazy
EXAMPLE: "The dumocracy at our school only seemed to represent the OPINES of the administrators running
in place."
by skipix November 06, 2006

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