“They use the word ‘‘extreme’’ for
anybody who wants to reduce spending
and try to attack people who want to
reduce spending.” Senator Sessions State of Alabama
Harry Reid used the word “extremists” yesterday. Here are the results of a Google search.
"Extremist Republicans in the House of Representatives are attempting to torpedo the Senate's bipartisan progress with a bill that can't pass the Senate ... and won't pass the Senate," Reid said.
We have a dishonorable president, and a conniving leader of the Senate.
Definition of “extreme”:
reaching a high or the highest degree; very great.
not usual; exceptional.
"in extreme cases the soldier may be discharged"
very severe or serious.
"expulsion is an extreme sanction"
(of a person or their opinions) advocating severe or drastic measures; far from moderate, esp. politically.
"the party has expelled some of its more extreme members"
denoting or relating to a sport performed in a hazardous environment and involving great physical risk, such as parachuting or whitewater rafting.
furthest from the center or a given point; outermost.
"the extreme northwest of Scotland"
"the extreme north"
noun: extreme; plural noun: extremes
either of two abstract things that are as different from each other as possible.
"unbridled talk at one extreme and total silence at the other"
"the two extremes"
the highest or most extreme degree of something.
"extremes of temperature"
"this attitude is taken to its extreme in the following quote"
a very severe or serious act.
"he was unwilling to go to the extreme of civil war"
the subject or predicate in a proposition, or the major or minor term in a syllogism (as contrasted with the middle term).