Hoover's Victor Davis Hanson wrote an 80-entry glossary of "The World of Obama" for National Review's "The Corner" blog.
With no shortage of cheap shots, Hanson's entries also takes on racial under-, or over-, tones with entries like:
white person: Often “typical” and “bitter” with “untrained ears,” and likely to “cling” to religion and guns; in short, full of “antipathy”
Or how the Skip Gates incident was characterized:
beer summit: Where investigating an apparent break-in is defined as acting “stupidly”
A few others worth noting:
cowards: Won’t talk nonstop about race
elections: Only sometimes have consequences
filibuster: Archaic and obstructionist parliamentary maneuver except when used to stop reactionary appointments
“yes, we can”: Inspiring slogan that went out of use during the summer of 2009
Check out more of Hanson's entries.