It would almost certainly ensure that the United States will have right-wing presidents way into the foreseeable future.
The last attack is already gaining traction in the right-wing blogosphere and in the Israeli press.
The right-wing explanation for this is that the media kept making excuses for Obama, and that Acorn stole the election anyway.
Organized money swamped organized people (in fairness not all outside money was right-wing).
And early on, he found an eager audience for his dubious history lessons on the right-wing fringe.
I suppose he was familiar with the right-wing groups and activities, and movements.
There is nobody here to clean the right-wing pews,” said Nancy Wentworth, “so I will take those for my share.
The right-wing was stationed at Roxbury, the left at Medford and Chelsea.
By business I mean some kind of activity and keeping track of right-wing causes and left-wing causes or something.
It had retreated in good order, thanks to the resistance of its right-wing rear guard.
A descriptive term for conservative or reactionary political views, particularly those supporting the current social order or calling for a return to an earlier order. Right-wing groups are sometimes known collectively as the Right. (Compare left-wing.)
A descriptive term for an individual or a political faction that advocates very conservative policies. Right-wing groups generally support free enterprise. In the United States, the right wing generally argues for a strong national defense program and opposes federal involvement in promoting social welfare. (Compare left-wing.)
Note: Although both major political parties in the United States have right-wing factions, right-wing policies are usually associated with the Republican party.