- adj. alternative spelling of right-wing.
“It is apparently impossible for them to take into consideration how this may be seen as a hearing against a religion and not against any sort of act of terrorism or individual acting with terroristic intent, even as they felt their whole ideology was in question by the label "rightwing extremists.”
“All of which renders the term rightwing meaningless, as well, if it is implied that”
“Olver said there had been what he described as a rightwing reaction to the process by some wealthier communities.”
“In a letter to Mandela, the Bond van Boere-Krygsgevangenes, which represents what it describes as rightwing prisoners of war, claimed their members were subjected to assaults and food poisoning, among other things.”
“SASCO accused what it called rightwing politicians of wanting to delay the Bills, and warned them of student anger.”
“All we have been hearing from the rightwing is how no one wants this reform and why is Obama shoving this reform no one wants down Americas throat.”
“It is a fairly well-known fact that certain rightwing organizations, such as NewsMax, buy up loads of Coulter books and then offer a copy to those who pay membership dues.”
“One of the problems with todays rightwing is too many of them dont even TRY to think things through.”
“The rightwing is slowly drifting off into the fever swamps – why not just let them go and stop acting like they are respectable.”
“We are against the freedom to force others to believe in rightwing christianity.”
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