Republicans for Voldemort means: Next republican presidential candidate (in Community Dictionary, added by Mariam Reid)

What else does Republicans for Voldemort mean?

  • This slogan’s original meaning has an obvious bias. This definition will most likely be the same. Republicans in the past have voted against civil right proposals and supported extreme interrogation techniques: they voted against Violence Against Women’s Act, voted against equal marriage rights, and supported an administration that waterboarded suspected suspects. Voldemort’s system is very similar to Hitler’s. However, it also resembles any view dealing with the “purity” of blood. Racism or views that do not support equality for all are more pertinent in the current political climate. There is no such thing as black or white. I also understand that it would be unfair to pick examples without considering the context. People who find this slogan funny are probably frustrated by actions that promote social injustice. They also laugh at the extreme analogy, which does not claim to be an analysis of well-thought political issues. It’s Harry Potter. This slogan is intended to disapprove of a particular political viewpoint, similar to the smear campaign during the midterm elections. Political representations are rarely fair. The original author of the definition did not stop perpetuating the stereotype by comparing Democrats with Umbridge’s regime. Some may claim that Umbridge’s selfish motives prevented any progressive political maneuver under the banner of “good.” (in Community Dictionary, added by Xavier Munoz)
  • This slogan can be found on bumper stickers and t-shirts. This slogan was created by someone trying to be clever and failed spectacularly in his attempt. This is only for people who have a terrible knowledge of politics. They must be able to distill the whole American political system down into the simple Good vs. Evil. They will associate the evil character with the party they have been taught to hate even though they may not know why. Anybody who has read Harry Potter, has an understanding of history and politics, and has an intelligence above the room temperature should be capable to see that Rowling was clearly basing Voldemort, his Death Eaters, on Adolf Hitler or the Nazi party. They both want to create a totalitarian government and oppress those they perceive as genetically ineligible based on their “purity”. All of their troubles are attributed to a specific group. To indoctrinate their children, they manipulate the school curriculum. This “pure blood” theme is very similar to that of the British Nobility system which a few people still hold on to. (in Community Dictionary, added by Arthur Cole)
  • This definition will most likely have a more obvious bias than the original. Republicans have voted in the past against civil rights and supported harsh interrogation techniques, such as voting against Violence Against Women’s Act, opposing equal marriage rights, or supporting an administration that waterboarded suspected suspects. There is no black-and-white answer, so it would be unfair to pick examples from outside of their context. The general injustices committed in civil rights for the sake of money or morality are a form of political viewpoint that many may consider the modern-day equivalent to past evils. Voldemort’s system is most similar to Hitler’s. However, it also resembles any view dealing with the “purity of blood” aka racism and any other view that doesn’t promote equality for everyone. The slogan is likely to make people frustrated by actions that promote social injustice. They might also laugh at the extreme analogy, which does not claim to be an argument for political logic. It’s Harry Potter. This analogy is meant to disapprove of a political viewpoint, similar to the defamatory midterm election smear campaign. Political representations are rarely fair. The original definition of politics did not stop people from comparing Democrats with Umbridge and her government. Some may say that Umbridge is as evil as Voldemort because of their selfish motives. (in Community Dictionary, added by Freddy Johnston)