With the Passing of Time

Flout

Posted on: June 14, 2009

flout
\FLOUT\ | verb

1 : to treat with contemptuous disregard : scorn
2 : to indulge in scornful behavior

The Republicans are making contemptuous scornful behavior a way of life. It doesn’t matter what Obama says, they’re going to stand for the exact opposite and go out of their way to actively try and make whatever he’s proposing fail. They don’t care what happens to the country, as long as they can turn public opinion against the President it will make them happy. They need to be strung up by their thumbs and dipped in hot tar until their screams can be heard in Reykjavik. That’s not exactly what this word is all about, not precisely; the more exact meaning would be insisting that the conservative asshats be flouted because of their despicable behavior. But I’d rather they be dipped in hot tar; flouting is too kind for these morons.

I don’t know why this picture comes up for flout and it’s not particularly special or anything, but something about it makes me want to write something; I don’t know why.

© MonkeyBoy69; please click for original image

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