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A new Entry for Ray's Brief Dictionary of Political Buzz Words and Phrases

Liar (LI-AR) Noun. See George Bush. No, really… If you want to see a liar - see George Bush… well… or Bill Clinton… Karl Rove… Scooter… Delay… OK, alright, pretty much any politician is a liar.

1.) A person who repeatedly says that Americans are never spied on without a warrant even when they know that it is a bald faced lie. 2.) A person who repeatedly says that the illegal warrant-less spying on Americans is a very limited program even when they know that it also includes the creation and data mining of a huge data base on all Americans that is outsourced to the same private company which illegally, incorrectly, and improperly purged over 90,000 predominately democratic black voters from the voter rolls in just one county in Florida just prior to the 2000 presidential election. A private company which completely circumvents all constitutional privacy protections and which can link that data base with its other huge voter profile data bases and use it to steal future elections for the Republicans - Hmmm... A private company which received over one billion dollars in no-bid contracts after helping to steal the 2000 presidential election for the Honorable George W. Bush. 3.) A person who says that they will fire anybody who committed treason and leaked classified information, and then keeps Karl Rove in his cabinet. 4.) A person who say that he will do "not just what is legal, but what is right" and then runs the most corrupt administration in recent history. 5.) A person who keeps going back to a grand jury and "remembering" "new details" after his previous testimony has been proven to be a bald faced lie. 6.) A person who says: "That woman did not lick my cigar... well it all depends on what the meaning of cigar is - is." has committed two, count em, two of the seven deadly sins. But at least he had fun and he never committed treason... Of coarse, treason actually is not a deadly sin, so maybe that is why this, born wrong the first time, so called Christian, president does not mind doing it (treason I mean - not licking cigars - although he probably does that too - he did have that male prostitute hanging around the West Wing - everybody figures he was there for Rove or maybe Cheney), and keeping people in his cabinet that do it (treason). It really is not that bad. It is only American national security and the lives of intelligence assets. 7.) Scooter. 8.) A person who says that it is fair to give a four percent tax cut to his friends that make one million dollars per year and only a give 4.5 one hundredths of one percent tax cut to a person who works for twenty thousand dollars per year. On a percentage of income basis, that is about ninety times as much to his rich friends - and that is what this born wrong the first time, so called Christian calls fair. On actual dollar basis of coarse - the math is easy - it is over 4400 times as much to his corrupt rich friends.

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Posted by Ray Guest at May 18, 2006 6:15 PM
Comment #149347

Number nine.

9.) A person who swears to “Protect and Defend the Constitution of the United States” there by leading people to believe that he will protect their civil liberties, when all he really means is that he will protect and defend the actual paper document even as he shreds the meaning of it.

Posted by: Ray Guest at May 18, 2006 11:19 PM
Comment #149364


I have a couple of considerations for possible addition to “liar”:

(a) Anyone that combines the words conservative and compassionate.

(b) Donald Rumsfeld. No explanation necessary.


Posted by: KansasDem at May 18, 2006 11:52 PM
Comment #149376

And those who continue to support referenced “liar”……..a mindless cult created and controlled from the ten foot square in front of a television tuned to some corporately manipulated nonsense pretending to be media serving the interest of the American people

Posted by: expatUSA_Indonesia at May 19, 2006 1:29 AM
Comment #149407

Don’t forget Hayden please!The all but sworn in CIA director candidate.Claims that he initially turned down the proposal to instate the warrantless spy program.That is until he was sent memos meant to convince him.A couple phone calls and a couple meetings,perhaps.Then he saw the light and realized that it was all very proper and legal.What was said to sway him?Well…he can’t say,but coming from a Bush-backed nominee,I’m pretty sure it can be validated.

Posted by: Theresa at May 19, 2006 8:46 AM
Comment #149446

Hayden does scare me a bit. Is he military man heading up a civilian organization that will be under the thumb of “Rummy?”

So far the Occuapnt of the White House has nominated some wildly incompetent people. Molly Ivins was so correct when she questioned the ability of an incompetent President that makes incompetent decisions and nominates incompetent people to important positions.

Everytime the Occupant of the White House does incompntent thing, tax cuts for the billionares, etc., I just say, “THANK YOU MR. PRESIDENT.”

I am from Kansas and our Senator Roberts is Chairman of the Intelligence Committee who is questioning General Hayden. Senator Robert has become a lap dog of the White House and an embarrassment to Kansas and the Country.

Posted by: C.T. Rich at May 19, 2006 12:17 PM
Comment #149467

C.T. Rich

I agree. We think of the President as incompetent. He is too stupid to be dangerous - but he is dangerous. But the alternative - that he might actually be competent - is terrifying.

Posted by: Ray Guest at May 19, 2006 1:40 PM
Comment #149521

We have an opportunity as Kansas Democrats, and by that fact all fair thinking voters, to defeat these things call Representatives to Congress, Congressman Moore is the exception. We need to work also to bring sanity to the State Board of Education by electing moderates to that board. This would help break the strangle hold the ultra-right Christians have on the Republican Party. Who knows the true Republicans just might take back their party from these extremeist who force their brand of religion and way of living on everybody.

Posted by: C.T. Rich at May 19, 2006 4:04 PM
Comment #149523

A new entry for the american dictionary Coward-Some one who for what ever reason refuses to protect his or her home land,Will go out of their way to Hurt their country,their military,Their children.These people are usually liberal and democrat.They generally have a bad odor which smells like fear.Afear of being strong on defense,strong on home land security,And strong on protecting the children of their country.They have no moral back bone and no moral fabric.They also love to blame their country for all the ills of the world!Beware of these snakes they are the lowest form of human life.And like cock roaches they will always be around to cause problems for their country!!!!

Posted by: Factman at May 19, 2006 4:07 PM
Comment #149537

With a name like Factman I would expect to hear something along the lines of,I dunno,actual fact,maybe?See,I don’t blame my country for its mistakes,I blame the guy in charge and the gullibility of the people who voted for him in the first place.I feel sorry for the folks who admit they were duped,but individuals like yourself who actually still believe all of his lies?I just think you’re wacked.Oh yeah,and I’m strong on protecting the youth.Dems and liberals have to be since your fearless leader is sending them to the slaughter house.

Posted by: Theresa at May 19, 2006 4:36 PM
Comment #149564


Sounds like you should be writing your own dictionary… Theresa is correct. Democrats and liberals are strong on plenty of things, including defense. It is the idiocy of Bush and his followers to think that there is only one way to skin that cat and to call anyone who disagrees with them weak. Homeland defense is a complex issue and there are many ways to approach it. Bushites are drunk with false power and that is why we are in this mess.

Posted by: Ray Guest at May 19, 2006 6:35 PM
Comment #149603

Good one, Ray.
How about a new term for when someone is both a total Liar and an utter Failure? We might combine the two and coin it: Failiar

For example:
Bush on Bin Laden, September 17, 2001:
“I want justice. And there’s an old poster out West… I recall, that said, ‘Wanted, Dead or Alive.’”

Seven months later (March 13, 2002 to be exact):
“Well, as I say, we haven’t heard much from him. And I wouldn’t necessarily say he’s at the center of any command structure. And, again, I don’t know where he is. I — I’ll repeat what I said. I truly am not that concerned about him. I know he is on the run.”


Here’s another instance of Failying:

Rummy on WMD, March 30th, 2003:
“We know where they are. They’re in the area around Tikrit and Baghdad and east, west, south and north somewhat.”

Rummy, May 6th, 2006:
“Well, first of all, I haven’t lied. I did not lie then. Colin Powell didn’t lie. He spent weeks and weeks with the Central Intelligence Agency people and prepared a presentation that I know he believed was accurate, and he presented that to the United Nations. The President spent weeks and weeks with the Central Intelligence people, and he went to the American people and made a presentation. I’m not in the intelligence business. (note* this comment was priceless) They gave the world their honest opinion. It appears that there were not weapons of mass destruction there.”
(Former CIA analyst) Ray McGovern:
“You said you knew where they were?”
“I did not. I said I knew where suspect sites were, and we were —”
Ray McGovern:
“You said you knew where they were, “near Tikrit, near Baghdad, and northeast, south and west of there.” Those were your words.”

I could show more examples, but I trust you get my drift. This whole administration is comprised of nothing but Failiars.

Posted by: Adrienne at May 19, 2006 9:20 PM
Comment #149648

>> Failiars.

Posted by: Adrienne at May 19, 2006 09:20 PM

Great word…don’t be surprised if you see it in one of my future posts…

Posted by: Marysdude at May 19, 2006 11:46 PM
Comment #149712

Adrienne,what a wonderful word failiar is!I shall use it in a sentence:It only makes sense for G. Bush to possess these qualities,having hailed from a long history of failiars.Beautiful!My day seems so cheerful now!

Posted by: Theresa at May 20, 2006 8:35 AM
Comment #149734

Hey, glad you guys liked it. Here is one for Cheney: Eviliar.

Posted by: Adrienne at May 20, 2006 11:55 AM
Comment #149747


I don’t have Failiar or Eviliar defined in Rays Dictionary yet, but I do have Failure defined:

Failure (Fāl΄-yĕr) noun. See Bush, if you want to see a failure, see George Bush. In Texan: 1.) To have yer oil exploration company be bailed out by the Saudis. 2.) To be President of that foreign country called the U.S.ofA. American meanings: 1.) To lead the country into a war without a way out. 2.) To succeed in raping the Constitution of the U.S.A. 3.) To succeed in raping the environment. 4. To succeed in using “national security” issues to terrorize the American people into sacrificing their civil liberties in exchange for the illusion of safety. 5.) To succeed in making the rich, richer and the poor, poorer. So… George Bush is a successful failure.

Posted by: Ray Guest at May 20, 2006 1:33 PM
Comment #149750

I also have defined Conservative and Compassionate Conservative:

Compassionate Conservatism (Cŏm-păs-shŭn΄-nāt Cŏn-sĕrv-ă-tǐs΄-ĕm) noun. 1.) The application of principals of fiscal conservatism to help the poor and disenfranchised join the ownership society. As in: If we cut off their welfare, they will have to sell themselves into slavery, and we can own them. 2.) A method of creating low wage, wage slaves. 3.) A meaningless campaign slogan. 4.) A friendly conservative. 5.) A virulent and effective type of conservatism that uses insignificant social and cultural issues such as gay marriage to divide and conquer the ignorant masses and get them to vote against their own best interest. As in: We compassionate conservatives are going to create a culture of life by applying the death penalty to profoundly retarded convicts, cutting health care to the poor, and liberating the people of Afghanistan so that they are free to produce heroin which they can sell in the United States and then donate the proceeds to Osama bin Laden.

Conservative (Cŏn-sĕrv΄-ă-tǐv) noun. 1.) archaic term referring to a person with the noble political tradition of traditional American values, including fiscal discipline, personal responsibility, environmental conservation, and individual freedom. 2.) Co-opted by extremist neo-cons, who are neither new, nor conservative, but who have become skilled at manipulating the American people through a mix of mostly trumped up social, cultural, and security issues.

Posted by: Ray Guest at May 20, 2006 1:41 PM
Comment #149774

Ever since they changed the War Department to the Defense Department truthiness has been big business—literally!

Posted by: Tim Crow at May 20, 2006 5:38 PM
Comment #149808

Ray Guest,

When you copy to this thread, if you go over the text, and delete/retype the punctuation marks, i.e., you copy:

Ever since they changed the War Department to the Defense Department truthiness has been big business—literally!

Then change it by deleting the dash between business and literally! And delete the explanation point after literally

Each time you delete a mark and retype it, it will show correctly when you post.


Ever since they changed the War Department to the Defense Department truthiness has been big businessliterally

Ever since they changed the War Department to the Defense Department truthiness has been big business-literally!

Posted by: Marysdude at May 20, 2006 11:40 PM
Comment #149810

Hope that helps you and others. It is a pain in the ass, but it seems to work…

Posted by: Marysdude at May 20, 2006 11:41 PM
Comment #149823

Thanks Marysdude, it is a pain. but I will try to do it especially for the things that I copy from MS word which contain special characters.

Posted by: Ray Guest at May 21, 2006 1:04 AM
Comment #188440

Where do you get your evidence to prove that we are monitored all the time? And what led you to believe this? Yes it is true that rumors have spread over the course of years that we are being “spied” on, but rumors are those of which need to be proven by thorough investigation. It is people like you who instigate these rumors.

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