presidunce (prez id unts) NOUN. A person appointed to the presidency by back room deals because of his criminality or incompetence, to further criminal enterprises. (See Ulysses S. Grant, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, William Howard Taft, William Henry Harrison, Richard Milhouse Nixon, Ronald Reagan, George Herbert Walker Bush, George Walker Bush) From “president” and “dunce.”
You got your evil presidunces and your incompetent presidunces, but how do you top a man who says, "They never stop thinking of ways to hurt our country, and neither do we."
by Maxhole June 21, 2009