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A '''DINO''', or '''Democrat in Name Only''', refers to one of the more conservative members (fiscally and/or socially) of the [[Democratic Party]], including the [[Blue Dog Democrats]]. It is the analogous term to [[RINO]] (Republican in Name Only), referring to a more liberal member of the [[Republican Party]]. These people are rejected by both parties, even by liberal standards. Some commentators use the term "DINOSAUR" ("Democrat in Name Only, Sorry a** Undercover Republican").
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A '''DINO''', or '''Democrat in Name Only''', refers to one of the more conservative members (fiscally and/or socially) of the [[Democratic Party]], including the [[Blue Dog Democrats]]. It is the analogous term to [[RINO]] (Republican in Name Only), referring to a more liberal member of the [[Republican Party]]. Some commentators use the term "DINOSAUR" ("Democrat in Name Only, Sorry a** Undercover Republican").
  
 
==Former DINOs who have since left the Democratic Party==
 
==Former DINOs who have since left the Democratic Party==

Latest revision as of 17:13, May 5, 2021

A DINO, or Democrat in Name Only, refers to one of the more conservative members (fiscally and/or socially) of the Democratic Party, including the Blue Dog Democrats. It is the analogous term to RINO (Republican in Name Only), referring to a more liberal member of the Republican Party. Some commentators use the term "DINOSAUR" ("Democrat in Name Only, Sorry a** Undercover Republican").

Former DINOs who have since left the Democratic Party[edit]