- From de- + fund. (Wiktionary)
“The American tea partyers are talking about a tactic called defund and disobey.”
“This has been an ongoing discussion for quite some time, with the reddest of the right-leaning anti-public broadcasting crowd fixing to "defund" and altogether eliminate some of the stalwarts of American news such as NPR and PBS.”
“Taxes were cut to "defund" government in order to "starve the beast.”
“Outgoing chairman of the Senate banking committee, Chris Dodd (D-Conn.), had threatened to "defund" the agency if Warren were appoint to head it on an interim basis and bypass Senate confirmation.”
“Fund those troops and "defund" other sections of the defense budget.”
“For thirty years, the right wing and their allies in Congress have tried to "defund" nonprofit organizations that organize and advocate on behalf of everyday Americans.”
“So "defund" them to your hearts content, but know there are a host of your fellow capitalists who willingly send $$$ to keep them on the air.”
“I don't doubt that Congress has the power to "defund" in the sense of refusing to pass any further appropriations (and I think that "Bart" would maintain the same).”
“Now that Democrats have some control over this Imperial President it has been said that, aside from Impeachment (which a majority of Americans DO support), the only way to put an end to the disaster Bush has created is to "defund" the war.”
“The best way to "defund" this horrible war is to take the profit out of the military industrial complex.”
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