Top 10 BuzzWords of 2010

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Reported at CNS News:

Top 10 D.C. Buzzwords of 2010 

(CNSNews.com) – The year’s top buzzword, as determined by the editors of CNSNews.com, is a phrase: “Repeal Obamacare.”

(The term “buzzword” is not necessarily pejorative. Applied to Washington and Congress, it simply means the terms of discussion, words that may arise in a particular context — most frequently in the halls of Congress, or emanating from network TV studios —  but which gain popular currency as the terms of the day.)

Here are the Top 10 buzzwords from Washington, D.C., for 2010:

1. “Repeal Obamacare” – A buzzword that gained traction in 2009, Obamacare became even more pervasive in 2010. “We must repeal Obamacare” became the mantra heard in race after race in the mid-term elections. CNSNews.com asked members of Congress if they would pledge to repeal the president’s health-care reform law, reporting on their answers.

2. “Trillion”

3. “Tea-baggers”

4. “Illegal aliens/undocumented immigrants”

5. “Pelosi”

6. “Ground Zero Mosque

7. “Global warming”/“global climate change”/“climate disruption”

8. “Earmarks

9. “Tax Cuts”

10. “WikiLeaks”

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Does anyone want to predict the BuzzWords of 2011?  My list would include:

Teaparty, Repeal Obamacare, Cut Spending, John Boehner (this could be good or bad), EPA, Boomers and (I Hope) Pigford.

What are your predictions?  Happy New Year!!

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