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  • n. Person doing kneecapping.

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Examples

  • Nice to see Charles Clarke out, the evil old kneecapper.

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  • For those who aren't familiar with the case, in a nutshell, during the 2000 campaign season when Siegelman, a popular statewide Dem refused to play the Southern Dixiecrat role and back the word-mugging Texas Governor and would-be President-elect during the endorsement and post-November hanging-chad phase — and vociferously came out against Bush, he made an enemy of the administration and its heavily-wattled kneecapper Karl Rove.

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  • They disliked Nixon because Nixon was a paranoid, self-pitying kneecapper who surrounded himself with obsequious toadies, yes men and dirty-tricks artists.

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  • Frank Luntz, Republican kneecapper, gets to provide "immediate public feedback" on the Democratic candidates (and later, on September 27th, on the Republican ones) following the debate?

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  • But you fail to understand I don't have to vote for the kneecapper.

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  • He's also a strategic kneecapper who doesn't mind attacking viciously -- just ask John McCain, who weathered a Rove-designed assault in South Carolina.

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  • Ovechkin, at 24, is the most captivating talent in the game, a stone-cold kneecapper with a safecracker's touch.

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  • As for the hulking kneecapper in the leather jacket hanging about in the rear -- he's probably just a moonlighting investment banker or AIG insurance broker ...

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