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A faked display of righteous or resentful anger mixed with a small amount of actual anger caused by embarrassment, for example when somebody says what everybody is thinking. Standard modus operandi in early 21st Century American politics, very commonly seen on political blogs.
A comment by a upper-middle class mother of a potential Army recruit that "the army is not for our people" caused a lot of mock outrage on liberal weblogs.
by jmcolberg August 27, 2005
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