fundie


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fundie

(ˈfʌndɪ)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) derogatory slang Austral a fundamentalist Christian
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It took ten years for the American Family Association (AFA) to lift its boycott of the Disney Corporation, but it took only one week for the Christian fundie group to revoke its boycott of Ford Motors.
But opponents of Salmond on the hardline proindependence 'fundie' wing of the SNP said they were 'bemused' that so many were signing up on the back of Salmond's decision to run for his former job.
Now, before you take me as a rightwing fundie, let me assure you that, though I do agree with the Catholic Church's pro-life view, it does not make me vote Republican.
Shadow Minister Kenny MacAskill is promoted, showing his transformation from SNP 'fundie' is complete.
And you can bet some fundie will catch the Pieta reference and complain that you're saying Jesus was gay!
FORMER rising star of the party - now "fundie" wing.
Clearly Neil is a fundie and his leader has made this attack.
Former rising star of independence-now "fundie" wing.
The authors make no bones in equating Dawkins' erroneous bigotry with that of the anti-Darwinian religious fundies.
"My Alma Mater in a Moral Cesspool: Neo-Cons, Fundies, Feddies, and the University of Chicago." August 2, 2003.
There are just as many factions in the SNP as there is in the SSP - the Salmondistas, the Swinneys, the Ewings, the Fundies and all those crazies that sneak in the back door at party conference.