Ameritopia

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Blend of America +‎ utopia. Popularized by Mark R. Levin's 2012 book Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America.

Proper nounEdit

Ameritopia

  1. (neologism) A utopian or overly idealistic vision or version of the United States.
    • 2005 October 21, 0;-> [username], “Gee, here's an interesting thought, douggieboy”[1], alt.support.child-protective-services, Usenet:
      Let's suppose we live in Ameritopia, where only the cops investigate child abuse on a criminal charge standard...sort of the dreamworld I've seen suggested here.
    • 2012 January 18, CB, “Re: Bill Maher: ‘If They Were Real Taliban… Not That Upset About Pissing On Them’”[2], alt.politics.usa.republican, Usenet:
      The hypocrisy is in the Left's pretentious and fake allusion[sic] we live in Ameritopia where Political Correctness is a way of life.
    • 2012 November 11, brent, “Re: OT: OBAMA WINS ANOTHER FOUR YEARS!!!’”[3], sci.electronics.design, Usenet:
      Unfortunately, the people who are voting democrat do not care about the constitution in any area where it limits their grand vision of Ameritopia.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:Ameritopia.