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- n. A person who belongs to the political right.
- n. A member of the right wing of a party or group.
- n. A winger who plays on the right.
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- n. a member of a right wing political party
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Let me get this straight, yet another hypocritical "christian conservative" right-winger is more interested in money than in good governance or actually following through on her campaign promises?
Smart kid ..... of course the boob never had my vote since she's inept and a right-winger.
From a right-winger, Mr. Powell is a class act and always has been.
Boy those right-winger NRA lovers know how to stick together!
Another paranoid right-winger repeating Limbaugh's talking points.
I would say she is conservative, and for CT even a right-winger.
If someone will suggest otherwise, please give an example of a corporation, a right-winger, a Republican, etc. who possesses any other characteristic, and we will provide proof that they have utterly contradicted the suggestion.
Just another rich right-winger in it to benefit himself. tony and lido and his banker buddies.
Only in the fevered mind of a right-winger tortured by sexual thoughts he finds threatening can the desire of a population to be able to get married be plopped in the same category as the decadence of biblical lore.
Typical right-winger, bending history to achieve a current political narrative.
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