n. A person who has serious convictions in one side of an arguement versus another, yet refuses to act on them in any way. Or expresses their opinion artistically, passively, and in an unobstrusive manner. Where a political activist would lie on the street in front of a moving tank, begging for the continued, necessary slaughter of the unborn, a political thinkivist would be like Jonathan Swift, and simply write a brochure about it.
"Listening to Bill O'Reilly's radioshow infused her with so much unescapable, indescribable hatred that the only way she could safely express her opinion was via pen to the paper pad. And it felt good to be a thinkivist, oh yes it did."
by Robert Akins December 13, 2005