Congressmoron (Congressman + moron) is a term used by those who don’t have a high regard for members of Congress. The term “Congressmoron” has been cited in print since at least 1995.
Other derogatory terms for a member of Congress include “Congresscriminal,” “Congresscritter” and “Congresspuke.”
13 June 1995, St. Paul (MN) Pioneer Press, “Flag doesn’t need ban’s protection,” pg. 7A:
Republican Congressmorons like Judiciary Committee Chairman Henry (Thick) Hyde are determined to teach that uppity Supreme Court a lesson in patriotism ...
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Subject: Do you REALLY want to do something about CDA???
After it hits the news, a lot of angry unwired citizens will be asking their Congressmorons just what the hell is going on even before the Feds start making arrests. I ask you to do this NOW!!!
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From: (Steven J. Sobol)
Subject: Re: Bye all....
I don’t know if it’s illegal, but at the very least the Congressmorons responsible for the release of the testimony need to be thrown out immediately.
At this point all I think Congressmorons are good for is ignoring rules, stuffing their own pockets, and, in general, acting like fools.
Middle East conflict: It’s academic
by John F. Sugg
Creative Loafing Atlanta
May 6, 2004
Republican (no surprise) Congressmoron Jack Kingston from South Georgia has proposed a national version.
The Grande Enchilada
Thursday, March 02, 2006
Call your local Congressmoron
After what feels like many eons of the Worst Presidency in the History of this Great Nation, the subject of how we got to be in this sorry mess in the first place has come up again
The Online Lunchpail
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Some more GOP congressmorons losed!
Lest you’re wondering, it’s now official: Rep. Virgil Goode (R-Virginia) got defeated in an upset. It took almost 3 weeks to count all the votes, but Goode has now goed!
Fri, 09/17/2010 - 10:48
Colossal Economically Inept Congressmoron
New York City • Government/Law/Politics/Military • Wednesday, November 02, 2011 • Permalink