Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Gruesome grab-bag edition

Well, folks – it felt a bit strange taking the “Paul Ryan” and “Mitt Romney’s flaccid penis” tags down and packing them away, but I think we’re all had enough of Mr. Forty-seven Percent to last us a lifetime.

So – let’s see what’s in the first drum of toxic Freepitude, shall we?

To: Thane_Banquo; All; FReepers

Let not your heart be troubled. On Fox, Karl Rove is painting a
very good picture for a Republican win in Ohio, Florida and Virginia.I
realize Karl was not very popular hereabouts a few months ago but he’s
an astute observer of politics and an excellent numbers cruncher.

49
posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2012 7:34:36 PM
by re_nortex
(DP…that’s what I like about Texas.)
HOLEE SHIT! Kibitzer – hold the lid down while I weld it shut!
Jeez – we’re gonna be mopping up this stuff for months.
OK – let’s try that again.

Steve Schmidt: GOP must muzzle Rush Limbaugh


Politico ^

Posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:58:51 AM by Windy City Conservative

Republican strategist Steve Schmidt said early Wednesday morning on
MSNBC that it’s time for Republican leaders to stand up to “extreme
statements” and “nonsense” coming from within the GOP, including Rush
Limbaugh.

“Now, people calling for revolution and these extreme
statements — when I talk about a civil war in the Republican Party, what
I mean is, it’s time for Republican elected leaders to stand up and to
repudiate this nonsense, and to repudiate it directly,” Schmidt said.

*****************************

Time for this guy to go.
1
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:58:56 AM
by Windy City Conservative
Which one?

To: Windy City Conservative

Who is Steve Schmidt?

3
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 1:00:51 AM
by TruthWillWin
(The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other peoples money.)
And the Freeperati say that the problem with Dems is that they’re uninformed.

To: Windy City Conservative

Rush is extreme. You can thank him for the Sandra Fluke
phenomenom and of coursse you can thank him for operation chaos four
years ago.

4
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 1:01:23 AM
by tshaun
Ban_him3
.

To: Windy City Conservative

Another indication that the GOP is going to go the way of the Whigs.

The GOP establishment doesn’t realize that they’ve shot their last wad.

9
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 1:02:20 AM
by NVDave
FreudOnVacation
.

To: Windy City Conservative
The republican establishment is kaput! They cannot put blame anywhere but on themselves.

The ignoramuses of this country re-elected a communist. It’s not the conservative’s (sic) fault!

17
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 1:05:54 AM
by ChiMark
(chewed up his body for a decade)
(sigh)

To: Windy City Conservative

Anybody have Steve Schimdt’s telephone number.

18
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 1:06:16 AM
by Chgogal
(Obama helped murder US Navy SEALs.)
Why? You gonna ask him if his refrigerator’s running? Are you going to fake-order 100 Papa John’s pizzas for delivery to his house?
Two birds with one stone and all that…

To: Windy City Conservative

I am enjoying the talk about revolution.

22
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 1:07:48 AM
by Floratina
So am I, but for a different reason.
There was a revolution, all right – and you’re the British.

To: tshaun

Rush needs to learn not to take stinky bait like the Sandra Fluke thing and then doubling down

24
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 1:08:06 AM
by Homer1
Rush was led down the primrose path by a master baiter.
C’mon guys – don’t go off the deep end here.

To: Terry Mross; All

Would not be surprised if folks like Rush like ended up being
“disappeared” by Federal Law enforcement/Dept. of Homeland Security in
the not to distant future.

The open mass grave that is the history of the 20 century shows us
what will be happening in the country in the next 4 years & if you
think that American cops would never do something like round people up
for reeducation/liquidation bear one little fact in mind .

In all of the genocides,pogroms,dealing with stubborn Kulaks,Great
Leaps Forward,final solution to the Jewish Question not once did the
police or the legal system stand up & say NO THIS IS WRONG WE WILL
NOT CARRY OUT THESE CRIMINAL ORDERS . Just the opposite is the grim
reality . Don’t say you haven’t been warned.

Rush,Glenn Beck ,Mike Savage,Hannity would be wise to make plans on
how to get out of the country on really short notice & without
government permission, the key words being without government permission
failure to do so could lead to being in government custody for thought
crimes to a bullet in the back of the head.

104
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 11:02:25 AM
by Nebr FAL owner
Oops – too late. And you misspelled “Fail owner”
More Thanksgiving leftovers after the linky thing.


.

Next up -Nate, FR accepts your apology!

FR, Nate Silver accepts your apology


538 blog ^

Posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:35:23 AM by ksen

As any poker player knows, those 8 percent chances do come up once in
a while. If it happens this year, then a lot of polling firms will have
to re-examine their assumptions — and we will have to re-examine ours
about how trustworthy the polls are. But the odds are that Mr. Obama
will win another term.

Nate Silver accepts your apology
1
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:35:25 AM
by ksen

To: ksen

Cut your wrist Nate, you moron.

This election was fraud from the start.

2
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:36:54 AM
by GeronL
(http://asspos.blogspot.com)

To: GeronL

FOAD, Nate.

3
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:37:21 AM
by dfwgator
Wait for it…

To: ksen

Who is Nate Silver?

4
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:40:05 AM
by jwalsh07
Ah – Freeperati. Can’t live with them, can’t educate them.
Moving right along – it’s Rove, you malignant bastard!

Must see: Karl Rove vs. Michael Barone On Calling Ohio For Obama (video)


RealClearPolitics ^

| RealClearPolitics

Posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:18:59 AM by i88schwartz

Karl Rove argues with Michael Barone and FOX News’ decision, along
with all major news outlets, to call Ohio and the race for President
Obama.
1
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:19:04 AM
by i88schwartz
To: i88schwartz

A lot of these pundits have destroyed their credibility in this
election cycle. I’m looking forward to the day Karl Rove and Dick Morris
vanish from the airwaves forever.

3
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:22:32 AM
by Alberta’s Child
(“If you touch my junk, I’m gonna have you arrested.”)

To: i88schwartz
Barone called this one for Romney with 300 plus EV’s.

So much for him.

4
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:24:48 AM
by Michael.SF.
(Obama Lied, Stevens died.)

To: Michael.SF.

Barone , Rove and Rush were all dead wrong. I am no longer a Rush Dittohead. He is from another world, culture, and century.

7
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:26:45 AM
by Galtoid
( .)
Collateral damage.

To: sargon

Barone and Morris and Rove were completely wrong.

Silver and the MSM were right.

Intrade was right.

I was wrong.

We were wrong.

10
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:30:48 AM
by over3Owithabrain
Now that didn’t hurt much, did it?
Up next -Palin Pickin’ !

Bring Compassionate Conservatism and Stop letting Palin pick for Senate (vanity)


Self

Posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:11:34 AM by indianrightwinger

The easy part first. Let us stop letting Palin pick Senate nominees. She is a pundit. Nothing more.

Tough part – bring back compassionate conservatism but with reform principles and less war/bravado.
1
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:11:38 AM
by indianrightwinger

To: indianrightwinger

Oh you are going to get skewered!

6
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:16:04 AM
by gingerales
YaThink

To: indianrightwinger

“bring back compassionate conservatism”

Yeah because that worked out so well last time. – sarcasm off – It
was due to Bush’s big government nonsense and failures that Obama made
it into office in the first place!

2
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:14:41 AM
by KantianBurke
(Where was the Tea Party when Dubya was spending like a drunken sailor?)
I remember when you luved you some Commander Codpiece, and the “Big Government” that made it possible to bomb the browns,

To: indianrightwinger

A choice between Sarah Palin or GOP-E “compassionate conservatives?”

Well, I’d proudly follow Palin to the gates of hell.

And I’ll gladly push you through them and into the Pit.

As for GOP-E “compassionate conservatives,”I’d like to paint my walls red with their blood. From rafter to rafter.

10
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:18:26 AM
by greene66
BloodPainting
.
Scratch a Freeper – find a psychopath,

To: indianrightwinger

Why you want Palin to stop picking candidates? What are you trying to do? Win elections or something???

Nope, we will keep nominating Mourdock’s, Akin’s, Joe Miller’s, Doug
Hoffman’s, Ken Buck’s, JD Haywoth’s, etc etc. Who cares if we lose
elections, at least we nominate good conservatives.

19
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:22:35 AM
by entropy12
(The radical socialist from Chicago and Acorn lawyer must be defeated! VOTE him out!!)
Sarcasm
.
OK – time for some Vanity Thread goodness:

(Vanity) Dear GOP: This is what you get when you run a candidate that 70% of REPULICANS didn’t even
| Mr K
| Mr. K

Posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2012 11:39:50 PM by Mr. K

“Reince” Prebus- RESIGN NOW

You people are CLUELESS

During
the primaries it was obvious that 7 out of 10 GOP voters WANTED SOMEONE
MORE CONSERVATIVE than Romney, you forced him on us

YOU ARE TO BLAME FOR THIS LOSS and the continuation of this Obamanation on The Republic

Did Ronald Reagan “reach across the aisle” or did he win with strong conservativ eagenda?

Good question.

MR. ZUCKERMAN: Well, you know, there is a huge difference between
Gingrich and Reagan. Reagan had the ability, as he did with Tip
O’Neill, the speaker of the House, to do a complete reform program of
Social Security. You think about what that would be like today if we
had somebody who could reach across the aisle the way Reagan did.

WE LOST TO A COMMUNIST BOOB

TIME FOR A TEA PARTY MARCH ON GOP HEADQUARTERS
Yeah – you just do that, Chumley.
And tell me how it works out for ya.
By mail, not in person.

When we are offered Democrap or Democrap Lite WE ALL LOSE

Ooooooooh I would like to give someone there a good ass beating

1
posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2012 11:39:52 PM
by Mr. K
Freudianfieldday

To: Mr. K

Damn straight!!!! TODD AKIN FOR PRESIDENT!!!!2016!!!!

2
posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2012 11:44:43 PM
by RC one
NotSureIfSarcasticOrStupid
.

To: zt1053
If it had been Newt Ginrich or Rick Santorum the same crap would
have happened. The bottom line is Obama won because he was black

Romney performed poorly in the last two debates, meaning he should have
mopped the floor with the pathetic likes of Obama, but didn’t.

A truly conservative candidate WOULD HAVE WON.

7
posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2012 11:51:46 PM
by fwdude
( You cannot compromise with that which you must defeat.)
InsanityDefinition
.

To: Mr. K

Bull poop, this was far more about the people doing the voting than the Republican candidate.

Romeny ran a good campaign.
He spoke well.
He made great points and offered sound solutions.
He worked his butt off.

There is no perfect candidate, but I think Romney left everything he had out there in the campaign.
The people let the country down, not Romney.

27
posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:08:49 AM
by A CA Guy
( God Bless America, God bless and keep safe our fighting men and women.)
RepubsMessage
.
One more for the road -Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?

Was My Life as a Conservative an Illusion?


Reflection
| 11/6/2012
| Self

Posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2012 10:12:21 PM by Jumper

As the election results pour in tonight, I am confronted with by a
period of time in which I must reassess my core values and beliefs, and
how they fit into the broader population of the United States.

As the election results pour in tonight, I am confronted with by a
period of time in which I must reassess my core values and beliefs, and
how they fit into the broader population of the United States.
You said that already.

It is
my belief that the Nation is becoming a Humanist Country,

Well, that’s what you get when you let humans run things, innit?

where
Government is at the Center of Life much as Religion had been in the
past. We are becoming more like Sweden or the Nordic countries rather
than like the Southern EU nations of Greece, Italy or Spain. The
difference between a social democracy and a Humanist Country is at its
core one of financial ability to maintain – the Nordic nations have oil,
gas and low populations and the South has more people than they can
support.

My basis for these thoughts are that I have lived in a
state of mind in which I choose to be conservative, religious, and tried
to be the best person I could, all the while teaching my children to
work hard and be self-reliant.

But as the election results are coming in evidence to the contrary confronts me that many more Americans are not conservative.

The
state of American is that just over one-half of the citizens are happy
with the Democrats while the conservative half like myself felt he was
destruction to the Nation on so many levels.

Tonight I must
finally admit that Democrats and liberals have achieved their goals of
moving the County into a social democracy like those in Europe; tonight
is 1970 in Europe and in 50 years the USA will be in the same dire
straights (sic) as Europe.

Americans like myself will no longer take
the risks or work harder than the laziest in each of our work
environments and all seek the same diminishing rewards. Having lived in
Europe and experienced the their culture in The Netherlands and Belgium,
all incentive to produce has been breed out of the population.

So
tonight I must accept that the Country is not going to collapse nor is
it going to change much from today for that matter.Tomorrow I will be
faced with walking the social plank off the Ship into the water or tread
lightly so as not to offend the Humanists, the gays, the
anti-Christians, the Latinos, Blacks, women, etc.

Whatever happened to the good old days, when you could offend people just for the hell of it?

Tonight I go to
sleep knowing my way of life is in the last generation where a majority
once worked hard and individuals were important; tomorrow I embrace the
new culture where the intolerant are somehow the norm and to live
counter to their culture is being intolerant – I for one do not think I
can tolerate

Divide By Zero Alert!!!

this new status quo but will silently accept what our
schools and taxes have done to society.

1
posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2012 10:12:23 PM
by Jumper

To: Jumper

tonight i go to bed consoling myself with the fact that obama can not be elected ever again.

4
posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2012 10:17:56 PM
by annelizly
Bwahaha
.

To: Utmost Certainty

I’m going Galt!

7
posted on
by Ouchthatonehurt
Of course you are. Don’t forget to put all your things in a pillowcase before you leave home.

To: Ouchthatonehurt
I’m going Galt!

Agreed but not sure where that is in this world…

10
posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2012 10:22:19 PM
by Menehune56
(“Let them hate so long as they fear” (Oderint Dum Metuant), Lucius Accius (170 BC – 86 BC))
Neither am I, but I hear that you need at least 500 cords of wood,

To: Jumper
I am exiting politics, entirely. When a socialist regime becomes so
powerful that an election result no longer represents my voice due to
voter fraud, what’s the point? When a society comprised of robots
ignorant of the issues becomes the majority opinion, what’s the point?
When a society becomes DOMINATED by ignorant females who vote (with
their lady parts) for a cool swagger man because of a hurricane and
don’t even know what BENGHAZI means, WHAT THE HELL HAVE WE DONE?

God
has abandoned us, and we ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Have at it, ladies. You
won’t have to worry about a ‘war on terror’. There isn’t one if you
surrender to it, and you will. Enjoy, ladies!

18
posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2012 10:33:30 PM
by Obama_Is_Sabotaging_America
Again with using “ladies” as a perjorative.
I’ts a marvel you idiots don’t die out from inability to reproduce.
Oh, wait.

To: Jumper

I am sick to my stomach right now. I am trying to comprehend just
how the American people, with four solid years of documented failure,
would re-elect this man.

The only conclusion I can draw is that the American people have
accepted an entitlement society and socialism and have rejected free
enterprise and Capitalism. If that is the case, America, as a great
economic and military power, is over.

Our future is now one of continual decline, increasing debt,
increasing taxes, increasing social programs, government-subsidized
health care and polarization.

I predict that the end result of this will be a civil war.

Good-bye to Ronald Reagan’s vision of America, and hello to Josef Stalin’s.

Tonight I weep for my country.

25
posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2012 10:48:28 PM
by reagan_fanatic
(You are not now, and will never be my President, Obama.)
IhazAsad2
.
Ah – those sweet sweet tears.
Ambrosia.
See you guys next week – warning – it may be a couple more Obsessions before I’m done mining the rich vein of tears that is Freeperville.

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10 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Gruesome grab-bag edition

  1. azportsider says:

    Mine away, Tommy! My sense of schadenfreude is far from exhausted.

  2. left rev., proud cheesehead says:

    If I had to guess, the guy who disliked the Netherlands and Belgium because they’re all a bunch of lazy moochers probably just never got over being gently teased for his accent.
    I’d be more appreciative of the Freeper bubble if there was some way to make it semi-permeable and keep them and their rich delicious broth of insanity, seasoned generously with conspiracy salt, safely inside. They’d be happier, that’s for sure. And I want everyone to be happy.

  3. frazer says:

    For more schadenfreude deliciousness, I understand that Romney is now below 47.5%!

  4. Meanwhile over at the NY Post, Jonah Goldberg tells the GOP to “get more racist.” WTF?

  5. Dee Loralei says:

    Thanks Tommy T!

  6. mapleStreet says:

    Thanks so much. You give me a reason to look forward to Monday.
    Some of your posts have me wondering if we’ve reached a tipping point where the GOP is destined to implode on itself. They’ve created their Frankenstein’s monster by the Tea Baggers and urging people to go to the Healthcare Town Halls and disrupt them by their hysterics (corallary – if you just yell loud enough you can demand whatever you want from the politicos).
    While it has long been traditional to win the primaries by playing to the base and being extreme and then moderate oneself for the election, the need to appear 100% Tea Bag, 100% Grover Norquist Pledge, 100% … seems to have been most extreme lately.
    While repubs have traditionally eaten their wounded, the long line of candidate of the week in the primaries, where each candidate had a week of being beatified only to be decried as a heretic the next week. The primaries and into the full campaign were also marked by a palpable tension between the GOP supporters and the GOP-elite.
    Oh, I had to, as Pallin would say, use the google thingy to see who Steve Schmidt is. According to Wiki he specializes as “message development and strategy.” and senior strategist for the McCain campaign. Is that really what you’d put on your resume?

  7. mapleStreet says:

    “God has abandoned us, and we ain’t seen nothin’ yet.”
    I really have to wonder at this person’s spirituality. Sounds like blaming God when things don’t go their way. Not to mention blaming God for what **WE** do.
    Admittedly, just another incongruity among the Freepers.
    On a lighter note, how come the OWS protestors ranged from humorous to ineffective to negative connotations such as vermin. But the Freepers are gonna march on Repub Headquarters and that is some sort of stellar event? Guess the Tea Bags hanging from tri-cornered hats have a penache that the OWS lack?

  8. Kibitzer 2006 says:

    To hear the Freepi sad lament, you’d almost think we were at the point where Tommy could just weld the iso-chamber shut and stuff it under Yucca Mountain. Alas, I did a few brief scans the past few days and they are a starting to regroup with new and ever more grandiose plans to turn the GOP into the purest, most awesome, conservative juggernaut ever. As far as I can determine it all begins with convincing Latinos, blacks, women and Asians that their lives would be so much better if they just hated themselves more. Or something…
    –Kibitzer

  9. Tommy T says:

    Thanks, guys – it’s a privilege to be able to entertain you with wingnut fail.
    Sometimes (usually, actually) the trick isn’t finding it, but in winnowing it down – the repetition of tropes and memes makes that harder than you’d imagine.
    Tommy

  10. mapleStreet says:

    Tommy, I can sympathize.
    I’ve often been in the position of needing to give a class with insufficient time alloted to cover the assigned topic. Even after desperately and with excrutiating pain cutting out even the essentials, still having too much for the alloted time.
    Definitely appreciate your hard work on this.

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