from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Stupidity; doltishness.
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With each petty theft, incompetence, and brazen act of dullardism, his anger rises.
Incompetence, bungling, dullardism, and daft accounting are acceptable to the activists who administer taxspending, so they should be acceptable to taxpayers, too.
When taxpayers complain about incompetence, bungling, dullardism, and daft accounting, remind them of why they fork over 55 percent of their income ... to alleviate guilt.
In order to respect the ennoblement of incompetence and inefficiency by our multi-cultural elite (state dullardism), entries for The Worlds Five Greatest Statists have been extended.
"But," objected young Bansted Downs, "under your system, dullardism paying so well, everybody would want to cater for the public, and there wouldn't be any audience -- any public."