Referring to a person of lower quality than yourself. Equivalent to "you people" as spoken by Ross Perot in 1992 at an NAACP meeting.
McCan calls Barack Obama "that one" during the debate on Oct 7, 2008. On July 11, 1992 candidate Ross Perot referred to the members as "you people". It was widely assumed to be a racial remark.
by Altar Eggo October 07, 2008
Top Definition
1. What you say to refer to your opponent when it is 27 days until a national election and you are down an average of 6 points in the national polls.

2. The worst way to refer to your opponent if you do not want to be seen as bitter and disrespectful.

3. The best thing to say during a second presidential debate to guarantee loss by electoral landslide.
John McCain: You know who voted for it? You might never know.
{points to Barack Obama}
That one!

America: FAIL!
by Doom03 October 08, 2008
A phrase used to describe your opponent in a presidential debate that shows your complete hatred to that person. Probably worse then not looking at them.
You know who voted for it? You might never know- THAT ONE.
You know who voted against it, ME!
-John McCain
by cu808 October 08, 2008
What old, out-of touch presidential candidates refer to their opponents as when they are too old and out of touch to remember their fucking names during a debate.
Moderator: Who's gonna kick your ass in the upcoming election?

John McCain: That one. <Points, but does not look at Senator Obama>
by Mary Mayhem October 08, 2008
"That" and "one" put together. Used when referring to something that needs to be pointed out. Thatone stands alone as a noun, and should not be used as an adjective (refer to incorrect usage)

Similar to: Whatnot, alright, maybe
Person 1: Which one should I get?
Person 2: Thatone looks better.

Oh, yeah, I missed thatone.

Incorrect usage:
Thatone thing ruins it.
by NBKah December 29, 2009
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