"Republicant” (or “Republican’t") is a slang name for the Republican party, used by speakers who believe that the “Republicans can’t” do things. The term “Republicant” dates to at least 1992.
The true word for a republican, unbeknownst to most of us. Ol’ dubya will vouch for this.
Where are the weapons of mass destruction besides Idaho and North Korea? Those republicants have done it again!
by Billy Bob Thornton Jul 10, 2004
Member of a U.S. political party holding that government can and should do nothing, but should privatize everything and disappear.
A Republican’t believes that government should give all public property and services to private corporations, such as privatizing the public school system or turning over the national forests to logging companies.
by Dylan Thomas Oct 3, 2003
Google Groups: alt.drugs
From: (Ben Delisle)
Date: 25 Mar 92 07:34:56 GMT
Local: Wed, Mar 25 1992 1:34 am
Subject: Re: Proposed Bad Health Legislation (H.R. 2597/3642)
Dump the Demobrats and Republicants, vote Libertarian or Indepentent.
Google Groups: rec.aviation.military
Subject: Re: Russian / Other Eastern European posters—whats with the chip on the shoulder?
These “guys” manipulate not only your media but also control your government regardless of who (democrats or republicants) are in power, or who is personaly occupy oral office.
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From: (Dr Fuji Kamikaze)
Subject: Bush Agrees With Rocker Decision
Can there be any doubt that DemocRats and RepubliCants all come out of the same anus?
08-27-2002, 02:07 PM
He’s just like all the other pseudo conservative jewasites making sure the republican’ts stay on the kosher plantation. Another poison apple for the puffing bloated republican’ts.
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MDR’s Word of the Day
“Republicant.” n. the cant or phraseology common to Republicans, generally of an exaggerated and denunciatory kind and used to make Democrats appear politically liberal or even socialist in orientation. Republicants are often pointed to by Democrats (Democants) as an excuse for their failure to act in a manner consistent with their own rhetoric. 2. n. one who practices republicant. --Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D.
13 Oct 2009
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