The American Action Forum recently launched ACADictionary.com as an unbiased health care policy resource.
Despite its exhaustive collection of over 600 words, acronyms, or phrases we collected a few they missed and ought to add.
Chronic Capitol Lounge-itis: When you want to go out, but don’t want to leave the Hill so you end up drinking at Cap Lounge again for the fourth time this week — and it’s Wednesday.
FABCE (Federally Administered Business Card Exchange): Happy Hour
Celebrimony: When a celebrity testifies in front of a committee to discuss research for a particular disease, cancer, or infection.
Medicare Part Don’t: The non-existent section of Medicare you wish would cover your headaches from hearing constituents tell your boss to keep the government’s hands off their Medicare.
Reception Portability: The ability to attend receptions across state delegations
IPAB (Independent Parking Advisory Board): The panel of un-elected bureaucrats which determines if your office is in Cannon, your parking spot should be in Rayburn’s garage, level 3. Popularly known as a “Death Walk Panel”