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limousine liberal

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Definition of limousine liberal in English:

noun

US derogatory
A wealthy liberal: even though all those limousine liberals didn’t like Reagan, they didn’t mind the fact that he’d been an actor
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  • She's not just a limousine liberal; she's a Gulfstream liberal.
  • But I fear that by crossing the Rubicon from political to partisan, the rock star has become a harder sell, easier to dismiss as a limousine liberal.
  • Not to disenfranchise rich people who live in nice places, but in previous decades we'd dismiss somebody like Smiley as a limousine liberal.

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