Friday, October 28, 2005

It's a Word -- It's a Phrase -- It's Right-Wing Neologue!

Now that we have that whole "Miered" thing squared away, I think we need to mine the political insanity of the past few weeks for even more catchy neologisms that will attract the attention of wire services and Drudge. We have to be quick, though. When Miami's electricity comes back on, Jay will have so many pent-up puns to detonate he'll be sucking the oxygen out of the blogosphere for weeks. I'll start:

Dropping the Krauthammer: using a patently absurd excuse to explain one's unusual actions.

3 comments:

Tom Van Dyke said...

I think I'd like to be a right-wing neologue. What's it pay? What are the hours?

As to your definition, I'd add that if all one has is a Krauthammer, everything looks like a Krautnail.

Kathy Hutchins said...

Raise a Hewitt and Cry: defend an indefensible position so loudly for so long you can't leave off even when the need for defense has disappeared.

Matt Huisman said...

I would imagine that future nominations will need to avoid the Frum-beat...