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(Claptrap' is often used in the phrase "liberal claptrap," which describes how a liberal statement is often lacking in substance and sincerity.)
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'''Claptrap''' is pretentious but insincere or empty [[language]]. It can refer to any nonsensical [[rant]]s that purport to [[argue]] a valid point.
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'''Claptrap''' is pretentious but insincere or empty [[language]]. It can refer to any nonsensical [[rant]]s that purport to argue a valid point.
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'''Claptrap''' is often used in the phrase "[[liberal]] claptrap," which describes how a liberal statement is often lacking in substance and sincerity.
  
 
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Revision as of 00:18, 16 July 2012

Claptrap is pretentious but insincere or empty language. It can refer to any nonsensical rants that purport to argue a valid point.

Claptrap is often used in the phrase "liberal claptrap," which describes how a liberal statement is often lacking in substance and sincerity.