Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Prison lingo describing the majority of Senate and House Republicans! (Rated PG-13)

Update Tuesday January 1, 2013: The Senate "fiscal cliff" bill passes in the House qualifying many House Republicans to be labeled with the term "bitch" along with the majority of their Senate counterparts!


The application of this term stems from the fiscal cliff "deal" or "compromise" passed in the Senate pending the outcome of today's action in the House! (see update above)

After the vote in the middle of the night on January 1, 2013 the US Senate, one that passed with the full agreement of the majority of Senate Republicans, a fiscal deal has been approved providing $41 in new revenue for every $1 in spending cuts.

This vote has thus given the President and the Democrats everything that they wanted out of this deal, in effect making these Senate Republicans the political version of a prison bitch.


For those of you that have never seen Oz on HBO, here is the urban dictionary description of a so-called prison bitch, and after reading it you can tell me if I am wrong!

Directions: Simply use politics in place of prison, politicians in place of inmates and political instead of sex.

HowTo:Get Along in Prison, for Wimps


Newer inmates are often controlled and dominated by more experienced prisoners in a process known as being someone's bitch. The bitch provides a happy, healthy sex life and acts as personal assistant.


Definition: Uncyclopedia
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