To be falsely branded a communist, leftie, or socialist by right-wing political activists.
The last attack is already gaining traction in the right-wing blogosphere and in the Israeli press.
The religious parties themselves are not, contrary to popular assumption, beholden only to right-wing parties.
A descriptive term for conservative or reactionary political views, particularly those supporting the current social order or calling for a return to an earlier order. Right-wing groups are sometimes known collectively as the Right. (Compare left-wing.)
A descriptive term for an individual or a political faction that advocates very conservative policies. Right-wing groups generally support free enterprise. In the United States, the right wing generally argues for a strong national defense program and opposes federal involvement in promoting social welfare. (Compare left-wing.)
Note: Although both major political parties in the United States have right-wing factions, right-wing policies are usually associated with the Republican party.