corporate career success: aka, “giving up your womb”
culture of work: Paul Ryan’s code language for “lazy black folks”. (see below: “inner city,” “human society”, “middle class” and “real conversation about race”.
decisive: another of the qualities Obama is said to be lacking. His indecisiveness “emboldens”(see below) the Russians, Syrians, Iranians and jihadis. (see also “muscular foreign policy” and “projecting strength”)
emboldened: the overall effect of any “feckless” Obama foreign policy on any opf the “bad guys” opposed to that policy.
feminism: in the approaching “empowered world” of “women only”, this “perfumed jargon” of relationship-building, collaboration, and encouragement will supplant the rhetoric of competition, thus fatally weakening America.
freedom of choice: it turns out that abortion rights’ activists are not arguing for a woman’s right to choose how she controls her own body, but, rather are “Satan-loving worshipers of the savage culture of death”.
human society: entirely made up by people with jobs, according to Peggy Noonan’s March 14 WSJ column.
inner city: yet another Paul Ryan euphemism for “lazy black folks”.
Keystone: every further day it goes without approval is Obama’s way of “conducting economic warfare against the United States,” and constitutes a “blockade” of US natural gas exports.
middle class: Santorum calls this term a form of “class-envy, leftist language”
muscular foreign policy: the imperative for Obama to “man-up” in foreign policy by 1) intervening militarily in Syria, 2) intervening militarily in Iraq, 3) intervening militarily in Cuba, Venezuela or, 4) opening up all US land and water to oil and natural gas production to drive down the price of energy as a way of punishing Russia. (see also, “projecting strength”)
muzzle: a verb that should only be used to describe Democratic attempts to end or dismiss a policy discussion. Free speech, for example, is always “muzzled” by Democrats (especially the IRS).
projecting strength: non-consequential but symbolic foreign policy bluster and bullying–what Obama fails at. (see also “muscular foreign policy,” above)
“a real conversation about race”: topics include: how and why Afro-Americans are lazy and have no habits of work, thrift, or self-discipline; how Republicans are the real progressives and liberals the real racists, and how entitlement is no substitute for accomplishment. (see also “human society,” above). Underlying sentiment to always keep in mind: “I don’t want to make black people’s lives better by giving them other people’s money.” (Rick Santorum)
regulatory assault: any government regulation or policy.
“stop being poor”: essentially, Paul Ryan’s nostrum to end poverty in America.