hyperpatriotic love

Definitions

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  • adjective Extremely patriotic.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ patriotic

Examples

  • This is but one example of the kind of hyperpatriotic rhetoric that sends the right-wing into a froth, especially here in Florida's Wingnut Central.

    Archive 2004-10-10

  • This is but one example of the kind of hyperpatriotic rhetoric that sends the right-wing into a froth, especially here in Florida's Wingnut Central.

    Between Iraq and a hard place

  • Politicians are petrified to oppose this nine-year war lest they be accused of being anti-patriotic, the kiss of death in hyperpatriotic America where flag-wavers root for foreign wars so long as their kids don't have to serve and they don't have to pay taxes to finance them.

    Eric Margolis: Wikigate -- the Truth Will Out

  • Politicians are petrified to oppose this nine-year war lest they be accused of being anti-patriotic, the kiss of death in hyperpatriotic America where flag-wavers root for foreign wars so long as their kids don't have to serve and they don't have to pay taxes to finance them.

    Eric Margolis: Wikigate - The Truth Will Out

  • And he saw a hyperpatriotic nationalism not as virtue but as a problem to be overcome.

    MLK Day: Dreams and nightmares

  • Get it, you either get with Luce's hateful, hyperpatriotic, woman-bashing, racist god, or you're a ... pig?

    BattleCry; Inside the Stadium with Ron Luce's Holy War

  • Buddy's basic format of patriotic background music with a self-righteous recitation laid the blueprint for dozens of white hyperpatriotic rappers for years to come.

    The Happy Listener's Guide To Mind Control

  • A seminal release in the field of hyperpatriotic white rap see Byron Magregor, below.

    The Happy Listener's Guide To Mind Control

  • What the study found, basically, is that Americans who depend most on cable's hyperpatriotic Fox News Channel for their information about the Iraq war tend to believe a lot of stuff that just isn't true.

    whyjakeisodd Diary Entry

  • But they are terrified of being accused of the ultimate sin in hyperpatriotic US politics, being "soft on defense" and "not supporting our boys."

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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