2. tired of and baffled by trying to understand why George W. Bush is in the White House.
1. I got so bushed while shopping with my gram for antiques.
2. These Diebold machines have bushed the nation.
a high-security prison. The big house also indicates the home of an Antebellum plantation owner, suggesting that prisons are a form a slavery for many innocent African Americans.
He’s doing time in the big house.
Neo-fascism replaces the centralized authority of a dictator with a government voted into power by means of fraudulent elections. Neo-fascism follows in the goosesteps of Mussolini but legislates economic controls to enable corporate domination of the world market. Suppression of the opposition through intimidation and censorship, and a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism are achieved through hegemonic
control of popular entertainment and mass media. These persuade citizens that wars and the suppression of individual rights paradoxically corroborate the ideology of individualism.
Donald Rumsfeld is the poster child of neo-fascism.
Fox News is neo-fascism's Disney Channel.
1. Non-resident Indian.
2. Non-reliable Indian. Used by residents of India to describe Indians who have immigrated abroad and thus cannot be expected to behave as permanent residents of India.
1. Banks like to cater to NRIs by offering ways for them to send money to their families in India.
1. Weapons of Mass Deception: a hoax; a fraud; misleading propaganda
2. euros used to buy and sell petroleum; any attempt to challenge petrodollar hegemony
1. "...in light of the debate about Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), I wanted to share with the British public the reasons why I believe this issue to be a current and serious threat to the UK national interest." Tony Blair
2. “Iraq says that from now on, it wants payments for its oil in euros, despite the fact that the battered European currency unit, which used to be worth quite a bit more than $1, has dropped to about 82cents. Iraq says it will no longer accept dollars for oil because it does not want to deal "in the currency of the enemy."” Time Magazine, Nov. 13, 2000