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- n. A person who makes fringes for garments
- n. A device for making paper fringes
- n. One who attends Fringe theater festival (e.g., the Edinburgh Fringe festival)
- n. A person on the fringe of anything; e.g. a crowd, or society in general
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I think the man-on-top-woman-on-the-bottom sexual act should be outlawed, because it would mean less right wing fringer babies would be born!
So while Deeds is Obama's lapdog, another spend, borrow and tax left fringer, the focus on McDonnel is over a paper he wrote 20 years ago.
Tell me Freeman, which right wing fringer will you and Jane LIEberman be sleeping with to make sure the Dems lose this November?
Doesn't Tim Pawlenty sound strange, pretending to be a freaked-out fringer?
Or of the graduate of a non-fringer school with religious affiliation, such as Georgetown or Villanova?
In fact, it breathed its first breath on the day after Christmas, 2007, when lunatic fringer Daniel Pipes concocted the smear in his Front Page magazine, ostensibly to keep the words "Muslim" and "Obama" in the same sentence for just a little bit longer.
Commenting on being pn a panel at a fringer meeting he says,In the end I sounded like a GB cheerleader, at one stage I think I even said ‘another year of outstanding achievement’.
Obviously a fringer, out of the mainstream statement.
Obama is a leftoid Jew-hating fringer who happens to be POTUS.
While Arlen Specter may have something to fear in terms of a primary challenge (although I suspect not, and even if he did get knocked off by a lunatic fringer the ultimate election result would be another Democratic senator from PA), being from the great state of Maine, I can assure you that Collins and Snowe most certainly do not.
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