from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Opposed to the Americans, their aims, or interests, or to the genius of American institutions.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. opposed to the United States and its policies
- n. a person who is opposed to the United States and its policies
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For our sake, the prez must quit courting the anti-american republicans and do what's right for the country.
I love how people call this movement 'anti-american', without realizing everything that comes out of their their beloved administration's think tank is truly anti-american.
Oh yeah, they were cheering it on and calling anyone who thought differently "anti-american", "communists", "terrorists" and any other name they are calling the other side now ...
Besides being an anti-american nut job, she's a snobbish, boorish, egotistical witch.
You republicans are a hateful, sad, anti-american bunch.
When Dems and lefties criticized (correctly) the build up to the war in Iraq and the execution of that war, Repubs and the Limbaugh right called them anti-american, cowards, terrorist loving.
If the tables were turned and Dems called out Bush giving a speech we would be called "anti-american", repubs are such hypocrites.
And still Obama's critics want to paint him as anti-military and anti-american.
Bozo The Neoclown says: innit cute, mister smith is now quoting olbermann, the commie, pinko, anti-american traitor.
Why do you fight your Muslim right wing buddies when you share “all” of their right wing terrorism, anti-american values?
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