Word of the Day – Constityouaint

constityouaint
kən•sti’•choo•aynt
(noun)
A legally registered citizen who resides in the district of a member of Congress or other elected representative, who is not represented by that representative because the two hold differing views.
Ex. “You represent me in Congress and I want you to improve ObamaCare, not repeal it.”
“Well, are you an American citizen?”
“Yes.”
“Do you live in my district?”
“Yes.”
“Can you prove it?”
“Here’s my driver’s license. I’m one of your constituents.”
“Do you agree with me that we should repeal ObamaCare?”
“No!”
“Well, then you’re not a constituent; you’re a constityouaint. if our views differ, then obviously I
don’t represent you in Congress. If I did represent you, you’d agree with me. Thanks for your vote.”