Voting for the least attractive candidate in the primary of the party that one opposes, in an effort to sabotage that party's chances in the general election
In a blatant display of sabotage voting, Republicans have been crossing over in droves and voting in the primaries of the Democratic Party for Hilary Clinton because they believe that John McCain will be able to beat her much easier than Barack Obama.
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, S...
|3.||Checked Pant Republican|
Noun. A member of the U.S. Republican Party who eschews conservative social issues in favour of those political policies meant to perpetuate the priviledged position of himself and his wealthy fellow travelers. Sometimes also referred to as a "Country Club Conservative", "Republicrats" or "Rockefeller Republican", the latter term derived from former U.S. Vice President and Governor of New York, Nelson Rockefeller. Checked Pant Republicans consistently pander to the plutocracy of the United States through the promotion of issues such as reduced progressivity of taxation, reduced restrictions on commerce through the elimination or reduction of regulation, the promotion of free trade through the unilaterial elimination of "protective" measures such as tarrifs, quotas, etc. (in short the promotion of a "School of Manchester/Chicago" approach to economics). In turn, they tend to ignore/downplay the social issues important to Cultural/Movement (aka "Real") Conservatives, such as the fight against abortion, the promotion of traditional, Western based, Judeo Christian cultural nor...more...