Demoncrat

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Blend of demon +‎ democrat.

NounEdit

Demoncrat ‎(plural Demoncrats)

  1. (US, slang, pejorative) A member or supporter of of the Democratic Party (with a demonic implication).
    • 2003 May 26, mange [username], “Re: Abe Lincoln: The Republican Party”[1], alt.politics.republicans, Usenet:
      American Blacks have made huge strides over the years, but the Demoncrats invent class warfare and inequality issues.
    • 2004 November 28, John S. Dyson, “Re: Zogby OHIO-FINAL: Bush up 48% to 44% (It's Over for Kerry)”[2], alt.politics.republicans, Usenet:
      The Demoncrats, truly the party of anti-Xtians and actually the embodiment of everything that is the traditional evil Demoncrat
    • 2006 October 3, alamonation1 [username], “Re: Did Democrats Page Mark Foley?”[3], alt.politics.republicans, Usenet:
      The fact is Demoncrats are more intolerant of those differing from them than are Republicans.
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