By Daniel Rigney
My dictionary of the future defines a “scottwalker” as (1) a political figure, usually Republican, who represents the private interests of corporate giants, esp. two wealthy brothers from Kansas (2) a political sock puppet of any party affiliation.
A “Palm Beach wedding” is a nuptial ceremony, such as the Coulter-Limbaugh wedding, held in a gated church.
To “trump” is to surpass or outdo, as in “Looks like he trumped himself again today in the clown-hair department.”
A “two-party state” is a state dominated by two major and competing political parties, such as the Republican and Tea Parties in Texas.*
A “koch light” is (1) a multimillionaire whose wealth does not measure up to the wealth of the truly rich (2) any relatively unsuccessful person. See also "koch zero."
In Internet slang, “g.o.p.” or “gop” is a common abbreviation for “greed over people.” See "goposphere."
Antonym: "p.o.g," or "pog" ("people over greed"). See "pogger," "pogging," and "pogosphere" (or "pogo-sphere").
*with a tip of the blogging cap to editorial cartoonist Nick Anderson