adj. Said of information that has been spun in advance--to save time and fight evildoers.
Real citation: “This administration only wants to deal with intelligence that’s been vetted to support decisions they’ve already made. They’re tired of having to repeatedly misinterpret information the CIA gives them, so from now on intelligence will arrive at the White House pre-misinterpreted. It just streamlines the process, Jon.”
(Rob Corddry, The Daily Show, Nov. 17, 2004)
Made-up citation: "Never misunderestimate the pre-misinterpreting power of love."