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We got Romneyed

Hardy Bohner
Posted on Dec 13 2018 at 11:26 AM
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Just as Woody Harrelson’s character Roy Munson in ‘Kingpin’ is horrified to learn that the verb “Munsoned” has entered the popular lexicon as a term meaning to have the world by the tail and throw it all away, we learned last Tuesday when we saw Karl (Poppin-Fresh) Rove near tears on FOX that we got Munsoned, or, as we can now call it: “Romneyed.” Webster’s and the American Heritage Dictionary will take note:       

romneyed \`rŏm nēd\ adj (2012) 1 to lack any human traits that can connect with voters 2 to 'connect' with Michigan voters by telling them, "My wife Ann drives a couple of Cadillacs." 3 to write a treatise cheerleading the collapse of the American automotive industry 4 to fail to produce your tax returns 5 to vehemently espouse diametrically opposed positions on major issues (Obamacare, no-new-taxes pledge, abortion, economic stimulus, global warming, assault weapons, TARP – pick'em) 6 to make millions by firing thousands and then claiming to be a job creator 7 to call 47% of the country shiftless moochers and imagine 53% will know who they are and turn out and vote for you 8 to announce a plan to privatize social security and stray into nuance explaining it will only change "a little" for people who are under age 55 now 9 to wear magic underwear and soft sell a proven failure of an economic plan you promise to clarify after you are elected President 10 to tell US voters you'll get tough on China when you've made millions outsourcing jobs there

Romneyed works as an adjective: The Romneyed republicans were badly trounced; an intransitive verb: We were Romneyed; or as a transitive verb: He Romneyed us straight to hell.

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