Did you maybe mean leotards?
- n. Plural form of leftard.
“Moonbat sounds like I-Right-I with a new screenname on here leftards is one of I-R-Iâ€ ™ s favorite words lol.”
“The intelligence of leftards is intended to “dazzle” – although they fail to illuminate.”
“Moonbat sounds like I-Right-I with a new screenname on here leftards is one of I-R-I’s favorite words lol.”
“Here, let me tighten that up for you, Krazy: "Women who exercise their right of free expression deserve to be insulted as 'leftards' and get violently disrobed, humiliated and assaulted in public.”
“That's akin to saying that you shouldn't use one person's writings to tar others, but these are the same people who absolutely delight in smearing "leftards" in general based on the most obscure discovery out there in the blogosphere.”
“And yet when the headlines read, "Blogger pays tens of thousands of dollars to subject of libelous blog post", that isn't going to make our hobby any easier, even IF we don't go out of our way to call people racists and "leftards".”
“Yet, in effect, that is precisely what they are claiming: that thousands of climate scientists, many of whom don't know each other except by reputation, the Pentagon, Insurance companies, the United Nations, the "leftards" of the liberal blogosphere and, of course, Al”
“Circular logic is the stock and trade of the leftards.”
“By the way, don't come back to Canada and use distorted information to support your lying ways to make a buck because we're not so easily besotted with you leftards here, having a conservative goverment which has helped us to escape some of America's recent financial disasters.”
“This is very sad, but is a consequence of post-modernism and the leftards seizing control of higher education.”
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