Code Words/Orwell–Principles

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Orwellian thinking
Their policy debate, not our coded lies—Sarah Palin
Our Country
The United States—in the early 1950s, when Negroes, women, and even most teenagers knew their place and gays were firmly-closeted faggots.
Outside agitators
Outside the mainstream
Ownership society
If you vote our way, lots more for us with a few crumbs for you; "St. Peter, don't you call me 'cause I can't go—I owe my soul to the company store."
Scoundrel—Samuel Johnson; Confederate patriot/unreconstructed Rebel—Modern secessionists
Corporation—US Supreme Court; White male Christian—any White Supremacist or Southern racist
Personal responsibility
Do as I say, not as I do; collective irresponsibility
The theory, proposed as law by Republicans, that a fertilized human ovum has more God-given rights than Blacks, poor people, and any of the rest of the riff-raff; but not as much as a corporation—The Republican Party in several states, and now in the national Republican Party platform.
Philosophical differences
The difference between Republican kleptocracy, racism, and bigotry, and Democratic attention to people's needs.
Tax cuts for the rich, intended to force budget cuts in social programs
Social programs for the poor and minorities; Science, such as volcano monitoring—Bobby Jindal
Pray for Obama, Psalm 109, verse 8
"Let his days be few; and let another take his office." Verse 9 continues, "Let his children be fatherless, and his wife a widow." Biblical anti-Obama slogan: Use of Psalm 109:8 funny or sinister?
Presidential contender
Leading panderer who has not yet been caught in a scandal; Dick Cheney—Dick Cheney; Ron PaulCPAC
Principles, Conservative 
"All for ourselves and nothing for other people"—Adam Smith

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