Antisthecon (an-tis’-the-con): Substitution of one sound, syllable, or letter for another within a word. A kind of metaplasm: the general term for changes to word spelling.
Your proposals are a bunch Coop doop! Your ideas are like little pellets shot out of a rabbit’s butt and stuck in the wire mesh floor of your muddled brain’s imagination.
Get a life. Find a purpose. Bad ideas are bad ideas–just because you support them Donny, it does not make them worthy of my vote, or anybody else’s for that matter. You are not a King or a Dictator.
You should consider getting out of politics before it’s too late. You should get back to plastering your name on anything anybody will pay for. I know there’s a damarama ding-dong landfill somewhere that should have your name on it. After all, it seems you have an affinity for making garbage and talking trash!
Trump Dump–A familiar smell?
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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu)
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