With Michele Bachmann out of the race, none of the rest of the GOP candidates seems to have any cojones.
"Jan Brewer has the cojones that our president does not have," Palin said.
Both Cameron and Sarkozy will now brandish their cojones, claiming to have had “a good war.”
Spanish cojon 'testicle'
"courage," literally "balls," 1932, from Spanish cojon "testicle," from Latin coleus, culleus (source of Italian coglione), literally "a leather sack," related to Greek koleos "sheath, scabbard (see cell). In English, first attested in Hemingway.
Courage; audacity; balls: requiring cojones the size of the award-winning cabbages at the state fair/ You've got stainless steel cojones, Dave
[1932+; fr Spanish ''testicles'']