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A political doctrine expressing the present and temporary disdain for the crazy motives of politicians and the populace in general, stemming from the words temporal ("pertaining to the present time"), locomotive (loco, "crazy" + motive, "personal incentive"), and anarchism ("doctrine urging the abolition of government").
I believe in temporal locomotive anarchism. I don't hate politics, I just hate the way they are now.
by Lobbying for Tomorrow May 08, 2010

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