hyperpolitical love


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  • adj. Especially political.


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hyper- +‎ political


  • People assume the hyperpolitical Bill Clinton did it, but if memory serves, his public persona was presidential to a fault, even as he brimmed with Vesuvian anger.

    Smart Aleck-in-Chief?

  • That said, one of the most interesting things about Elena Kagan was that when she was in the Clinton White House as deputy counsel, apparently she was one of the most hyperpolitical individuals inside that White House.

    Bye Elections

  • "We don't want a Democratic Congress and an activist administration with a hyperpolitical chief of staff pulling any fast ones on the census," says foundation spokesman Todd Young.

    Anti-Census Sentiment

  • Yet here he was, deciding to take on a deep-pocketed downtown political apparatus run by the hyperpolitical Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who has spent much of his time not addressing city problems, but instead building a political machine that includes much of the Los Angeles Unified School board and even the chief of police, William J. Bratton.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Colbert's linguistic satire, of course, reached its apotheosis at the White House Correspondents Dinner, a back-slapping orgy of consensual hallucination that, to mangle Pink Floyd's hyperpolitical missile "Pigs," is "really a laugh/But [it's] really a cry."

    Scott Thill: Truthiness and Consequences

  • AXELROD: - in this environment, every single thing can be inflated and interpreted and will in a political -- in a hyperpolitical light.

    No Chitchat Between Clinton and Obama

  • As for the hyperpolitical movement you cite shutting down the science, you are just making it up as you go, pal, because scientists were studying and writing about global warming for many years before the subject ever entered the public conciousness or political sphere.

    Think Progress » Limbaugh Distorts Numbers To Downplay Global Warming Science

  • Now, A publishes these findings and is immediately scorned by a hyperpolitical movement that uses all of their resources to discredit Mr A and drive him into the shadows.

    Think Progress » Limbaugh Distorts Numbers To Downplay Global Warming Science

  • It would also serve to separate him from the hyperpolitical operating styles of the Clinton-Bush years, from the constant campaign.

    They're Paying Attention Now

  • And no one but the most fervent activists and hyperpolitical reporters is itching to get another election under way.

    TIME.com: Top Stories


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