Daily affirmation to Keep Obama Senator (KOS) and NOT elect him in '08 until he attains more presidentially pertinent experience; even if it takes a decade or more!!!
During your morning ritual everyday, don't forget your daily KOS along with a multivitamin.
by Ken Michael Zappala July 11, 2008
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A popular site for political commentary, blogging, and threads. The Daily KOS is wildly liberal, and often substitutes factual information with opinions.
Dude, the Daily KOS said Bush is going to announce himself as dictator and serve for life!

Stop it man, you're hurting my brain and lowering both of our IQs!
by CampbellCrazie July 26, 2008
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The biggest Democratic political blog, managed by Markos Moulitsas Zuniga (who goes by his old army nickname, 'kos'). It's a community which includes many thousands of diarists and commenters. With the rise of political blogs, Daily Kos has become increasingly influential over the last several years.

'Kos' rhymes with 'dose'.
Looking back, the people at Daily Kos look pretty smart for opposing the Iraq War from the beginning.
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Daily kooks 30 something and can typically be found in their parents basement about to,in the middle of or just finished whacking off to old Liberace posters. They pride themselves as being "enlightened", but when faced with a debate of substance, they start sputtering bumper sticker slogans such as "Bush Lied, troops Died" or Jesus was an organizer and Pointus Pilot was a Governor". If this doesn't work, then they resort to throwing food and running off like pansies.

They preach about how the government is so bad while leaching untold amounts of money from the government under the guise of "welfare". Usually they use the tactics of Saul Alinsky when they don't get their way or losing an argument, they go to ridiculing and making up stories to fit their agenda. No need to visit this sight unless you are depressed, suicidal or need a good laugh. Usually can be found wearing Obama t-shirts stating "change-Delusions you can believe in".
Uh oh, another democratic party member recieved his talking points from the Daily Kos (Daily Kooks).
by Claymaximus September 18, 2008
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