(1). Funds placed in relatively safe, income-oriented investments, intended to convince a conservative-minded client to invest other money in much more risky (read: expensive) investment than they otherwise would.
(1). A word intended to describe a politician’s ability to reach across the aisle and get legislation passed by consensus of both parties. We actually have a better chance of seeing the folks at CERN figure out how to go back in time so we can vote all of these morons out of office than finding a post-partisan politician.
“I am my own man. A post-partisan. Not beholden to any political party or special interest group. Well…other than the guys who are funding my campaign ads and stuffing all those ballot boxes for me. I’m a little beholden to those guys.”
(1). A successful spitball attack by Congressmen against members of the opposing party. The current score for this session on Congress is tied.
“I have consistently reached across the aisle on important issues to get things done on Capitol Hill. Why, just yesterday, I reached across the aisle to ask Paul Ryan if he knew where I could find the men’s room.”