Oxymorons : Government and Politics

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Anti-Missile Missile
Arms Limitation
Army Intelligence
Bureaucratic Efficiency
Christian Militia
Citizen Soldier
Civil Servants
Civil War
Communist Leader
Communist Party
Compassionate Conservative
Conditional Surrender
Congressional Deliberation
Constitutional Monarchy
Continuing Resolution
Defensive Strike
Deficit Spending
Democratic Dictator
Diplomatic Offensive (Condoleeza Rice on Talks with Syria & Iran)
Disaster Relief
Elected King
Fair War
Fighting for Peace
Former President-For-Life (Haiti)
Freedom is Slavery (George Orwell)
Friendly Fire (From own military side)
Good War
Government Intelligence
Great Depression
Humane War
Income Tax
Internal Exile
Internal Revenue Service (Tax Authority)
Just War
Lieutenant Colonel
Lieutenant General
Limited Freedom
Limited Nuclear War
Major General
Media Integrity
Middle East Peace
Military Intelligence
Military Justice
Mini Revolution
Minor Crisis
Minor Disaster
Neo Conservative (New Conservative)
Partial Cease-Fire
Peace Force
Peace War
Peaceful Liberation (China military occupation of Tibet)
Peaceful Protests
Peacekeeper Missile
Peacekeeping Force
Poor King
Poor Prince
Pro Contra
Public Secretary
Quiet Riot
Radical Center
Rebel without a Cause (Movie title)
Responsible Government
Rising Deficits
Rules of War
Secret FBI Files
Sergeant Major
Sincere Phoney (Book title, James H. Boren)
Tax Refund
Tax Return
Tolerant Liberal
United Nations
United States
War is Peace (George Orwell)
Weapons of Peace
Zero Deficit

Oxymoronic Quotes and Sayings: Government & Politics (10)

  • A person who doesn't vote votes for the winner!
  • A politician needs the ability to foretell what is going to happen tomorrow, next week, next month, and next year. And to have the ability afterwards to explain why it didn't happen. - Winston Churchill
  • A unified, neutral Germany? Given that nation's heritage, such a phrase may prove to be the oxymoron of the decade. - Kevin M. Matarese, Fulda, West Germany; as seen in 'Letters', Time magazine, March 5, 1990, page 5
  • An abstention is a vote for the winner!
  • As famous as the unknown soldier.
  • Don't worry about the war. It's all over but the shooting. - Samuel Goldwyn
  • If Roosevelt was alive, he'd turn over in his grave. - Samuel Goldwyn
  • It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government except all the others that have been tried. - Winston Churchill
  • The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries. - Winston Churchill
  • The only new thing in this world, is the history you did not know. - Harry Truman

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