First in google search results.
santorum (san-TOR-um) n.
1. The frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter
that is sometimes the by-product of anal sex.
Sanitized human waste in solution with glycerol based sexual lubricant.
They figured if everybody who had a vote felt that their votes never affect change in the political climate, and that their "representatives" in federal govt.respond to free speech in the form of money-lust & campaign contributions from the 0.001%, then apathy would prevail; low voter turn-out... This combined with local vote tampering in any form, would "deliver" the win to the clients.
Their clients do not represent the interest of the American people.
Their clients have such a grip on real power that they are able to orchestrate global events; bending them to their needs.
Their clients believe they are "entitled" to preferential handling with regards to speacial liberties.
The clients are shielded from public scrutiny by 1 % guards who infiltrate all sectors of modern society.
CLIENT STATE - Wikipedia, The free encyclopedia:
Client state is one of several phrases used to describe the economic, political and/or military subordination of one state to a more powerful state in international affairs. Types of client states include: satellite state, associated state, puppet state, neo-colony, protectorate, vassal state and tributary state.
The U.S. has several of each of these examples of client states globally.
Friend in the UK who suggested that we start a campaign to get the true definition of santorum into the Oxford English Dictionary (aka the Bible). I, for one, think it's a grand idea.
So, if you also think that "the frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the by-product of anal sex" is OED worthy, you should let them know through their submission page.
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