"Fedcrat” or “feducrat” (federal + bureaucrat) is a nonessential term because most bureaucrats are from the government. The term “feducrat” has been cited in print since at least 2003; “fedcrat” has been cited in print since at least 2004.
“Feducrat” has been sparsely used and is probably imitative of “educrat.”
More “help” from feducrats
Jan 13, 2003
“I’m from the government; I’m here to help you.” Since FDR’s New Deal, with its explosive growth of socialist federal programs, that refrain has carried ominous meaning.
Monday, December 20, 2004
Schneier on Airport Security
I wonder how Schneier could be made Sec of DHS? He’d get eaten by the Fedcrats, but at least he could set a much better strategy.
03-03-2005, 5:26 PM
Thousands and thousands of feducrats are still yanking around citizens and small businesses as everyday policy.
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
Posted 10:55 AM by Susan
A BOLD STROKE TO RETURN LOCAL CONTROL
That’s what we get for having a state schools chief whose allegiances are to other state schools chiefs and feducrats, rather than listening to what Nebraska policymakers and the public want and need.
December 4, 2007
Three Month Treasury-EuroDollar (TED) Spread
C. Maoxian said:
December 4th, 2007 at 3:42 pm
Cartman: Where’s the contradiction (and when did I rip anyone)? The Feducrats (did you coin this?) are between a rock and a hard place
E. Cartman said:
December 4th, 2007 at 3:53 pm
I did coin ‘Fedcrats.’ dunno about “Feducrats”
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