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Bull Moose Party

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  • n. a former political party in the United States; founded by Theodore Roosevelt during the presidential campaign of 1912; its emblem was a picture of a bull moose

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Examples

  • The Progressives, soon called the Bull Moose Party, attracted the usual group of reformers, and some cranks.

    Theodore Roosevelt

  • Democrats versus Republicans - Tax and Spend vs Free Market Philosophies - Though both these guys are rather Liberal in their Fiscal concepts - I look forward to the time when a "Bull Moose Party" might shake up politics as usual - But with the "New Democrat" we have available to run this country, we will all employ the "New Phrase" - "Da Comrade" ...

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  • Nearly 100 years later, his speech and his Bull Moose Party platform still speak to many of contemporary Americans 'deepest concerns.

    Why We Need a New Bull Moose Movement

  • With his fiery speech, the former president established the Progressive Party, known affectionately as the Bull Moose Party, thus initiating a political movement that would stridently challenge corrupt political bosses, big corporations and a pro-business judiciary over the next dozen or so years.

    Why We Need a New Bull Moose Movement

  • My nomination for kook would not include such as, say, Teddy Roosevelt as Bull Moose Party candidate but would definitely include Lyndon LaRouche, who wrote wonderful pieces on how hateful and harmful Sir Isaac Newton was to that Leibniz guy.

    Hillary And Obama Will Debate In New Hampshire, After All

  • The rise and fall of the short-lived Bull Moose Party might be informative as an historic comparison.

    Jeff Schweitzer: From Death Panel to Death Spiral

  • The Bull Moose Party was on scene only briefly but had a significant impact on American politics.

    Jeff Schweitzer: From Death Panel to Death Spiral

  • We are not like the Republicans when Teddy Roosevelt shrived off the Bull Moose Party.

    Dem Party Leaders To Super-Dels: Decide This Week

  • Such had been the case earlier extending back to the Bull Moose Party platform of Theodore Roosevelt and comparable subsequent proposals by Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Harry Truman.

    Ted Kennedy's Ideal: Health Care Linked to Cost Containment

  • If he wanted to run as a partyless maverick who knows no party no ideology, no organizing principle other than his country first he should have had the courage to run under the Bull Moose Party.

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