The seemingly heroic stance of ACOG and the rah-rah for consumers need to be set into proper context.
That was his reputation back in school—a rah-rah guy, a cheerleader, and he was good at it.
As I wrote this morning, it's true right now that right-wing pundits are trying to rah-rah his statements.
Naively enthusiastic and hortatory, esp in a partisan collegiate context: Some are rah-rah types, some are hard-ass disciplinarians (1911+)
: I just couldn't see myself spending four years of my life with rah-rahs like them
[a shortening of hurrah, found by 1877 as used in cheers]