See also www.wordspy.com/words/glurge.asp , just above "Earliest Citation" for another element: Tales that "undermine their messages by fabricating and distorting historical fact."
That "Letter from Iraq" turns out to be partly right-wing glurge.
Noun: 1. The variety of fuel described in definition 4 above (from Hammond B-3, Oct 30, 2003, in case the numbers have changed). 2. A vehicle, including a railroad train, that runs on diesel (fuel). Adj.: Being or running on diesel (fuel).
The diesel runs on diesel--diesel fuel, you dig? (Not that you'd likely SAY that, but it does illustrate the meanings.)
Members of college fraternities and/or sororities. So called because they usually use two or three Greek letters as their designation, sometimes representing some ideal or other "secret" information.
The Greeks at this school give good parties.