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- adj. Not patriotic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not patriotic.
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- adj. showing lack of love for your country
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The zoot-suiters were called unpatriotic slackers who were more interested in having a good time than in helping the war effort.
And calling anyone who disagrees with Obama's Master Plan unpatriotic is beneath contempt.
To accuse them of being negative or unpatriotic is reallly just smear.
To me the definition of unpatriotic is a politician or newscaster who wears an American flag pin and yammers on about imaginary threats when were cheating our kids out of a quality future by underfunding their education.
And trying to call John McCain unpatriotic in order to stop the Monica sex talk just isn't going to cut it.
Whats really unpatriotic is how Americans use and abuse others for power instead of trying to win votes on their accomplishments and goodness.
So …. calling me unpatriotic is factually incorrect.
Soâ€ ¦. calling me unpatriotic is factually incorrect.
Labeling Ms. Sheehan as somehow unpatriotic is slander.
Paul, I seem to recall that not long ago if someone dared breathe a word of dissent toward Dubya they were called unpatriotic, traitors, anti-American and all sorts of pajoritives.
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