alternate spelling: perfectly Nixonian, perfectlyNixonion - computer programmers spelling (one word)
defined: incomprehensible, sophistry
Derived from the Nixon Checkers Speech, September 23, 1952
"...and I want to make this 'particularly clear,' that..." and he went on with what has been called a brilliant example of propaganda that was totally incomprehensible and met with great success.
It is my hope that this definition will not be perfectlyNixonion and totally incomprehensible but will rather met with great success.
A talking head on MSNBC. He is the Liberal version of Bill O'reilly. Like O'reilly he is not above taking quotes out of context to vilify. This is especially true of his "worst person in the world". A segment that is not given to any of the reporters or pundits with MSNBC or NBC but frequently to those appearing on Fox News, CNN, CBS and ABC. David Shuster remarked Chelsea Clinton was being "pimped out by the Clinton Campaign." Olbermann condemned the remarks but said what a great journalist Shuster was. It seemed hardly the response had the remark been been made someone on another network. Shuster is a former employer Fox News which he worked at from 1996-2002.more...
In Nixonian fashion like O'reilly he will also ignore the real story when it does not suit his views. An example of this is when a Barack Obama senior economic adviser, Austan Goolsbee had a meeting with the Canadian government. At the meeting he advised them "not to be worried about what Obama says about NAFTA." It was simpl...
Of and pertaining to the methods used in debunking UFOs in the manner of Philip Klass.
Swamp gas? Klassic!