Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Odds and Clods Edition

Morning, everyone! One more trip to the schadenfreude well, because there’s just so much of it left.

First up (and overripe for sure) -All-inclusive Newtie!

Gingrich: GOP needs to be “inclusive”

cbsnews.com ^

Posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:21:38 PM by Sub-Driver

Gingrich: GOP needs to be “inclusive”

In the aftermath of Mitt
Romney’s presidential loss last week, Newt Gingrich is joining the
cadre of Republicans calling for the Republican Party to more actively
reach out to a more diverse electorate, arguing on Monday that the party
needs to become more “inclusive.”

“I think we need to be
inclusive, and I emphasize the difference between inclusive and
outreach,” Gingrich said Monday morning in an appearance on ABC’s “The
View.” “Outreach is when five white guys have a meeting and call you.
Inclusive is when you’re in the meeting. And I think we have to
understand to be inclusive.”

Gingrich, who was joined by his wife
Callista on the show, argued that Republicans had “misunderstood the
American people” in 2012, and that the GOP can’t just wait until 2016 to
try to broaden its reach.

“The Republican doctrine of highly
paid consultants spending hundreds of millions of dollars on 30-second
ads doesn’t build a party,” he said. “The Republican Party better not
wait until 2016. The Republican Party better rethink in 2013 how we’re
going to deal with the country’s issues and do it in a way that the
average American looks up and says, you know, those are folks I’m
willing to trust with my future. We lost that.”

He added that
“there were a whole series of fundamental things that were really wrong”
with how the GOP framed the 2012 election, including the fact that the
Obama campaign so successfully appealed to non-white voters.


Oh shut up…
1
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:21:40 PM
by Sub-Driver

To: Sub-Driver

This is the only reason Republicans lost the Presidency, Newt:

They chose a RINO like you.

2
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:23:58 PM
by fwdude
( You cannot compromise with that which you must defeat.)
They did not choose a RINO like Newt.
They chose a RINO like Mittens.
So there.

To: Sub-Driver

Newt, we definitely need more Honey Boo Boos. People who can’t
identify the 3 branches of government or those who are on the Supreme
Court…

BachmannCrazyEyes

PS: What a crock!

3
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:25:27 PM
by Frank Sheed
(The injustice of trendiness is nearly dualistic in its isomorphism.)

To: Sub-Driver

How about looking into all the questionable precincts where Obama got 99-100% of the votes? This election was STOLEN!!!!

6
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:26:52 PM
by DLfromthedesert
Of course it was. Now you just go and have a little lie-down.

To: Sub-Driver

This is who Newt really is. He will be whatever you want him to
be one minute and then change back to who he really is a short time
later.

He says great things at times, but he doesn’t always mean them. He is an opportunist.

15
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:34:12 PM
by dforest
To: Sub-Driver

BS!If the Republican Party is to survive it needs to be more openly conservative. Period.

20
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:36:18 PM
by mosaicwolf
(Strength and Honor)
OhPleasePleasePlease
.

To: Sub-Driver

Et tu, Newt?

23
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:36:53 PM
by MichaelCorleone
(‘We the People’ can and will take this country back…starting today.)

To: Sub-Driver

Fabulous. More pearls of wisdom brought forth while sitting
amongst some of the biggest foul mouthed, ignorant shrews the
entertainment business has ever known. I suppose it could be worse. I
could have to sit through his and Callista’s convention speech again.

35
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:42:33 PM
by ShadowDancer
(“Don’t expect to build up the weak by pulling down the strong.”)
How crazy are these heads of fuck?
This crazy:

To: paglia444

Screw the implication we’re in the wrong simply because we’re white and male.

(Tommy) No, you’re in the minority, and because you’re white, male, and living in the past – and a past that never really existed, at that.

We lead in the way we know is right and best for the Country. Don’t like it? Then GFY.

36
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:42:33 PM
by Gene Eric
(Demoralization is a weapon of the enemy. Don’t get it, don’t spread it!)
No, I’d rather fuck YOU.
With the razor-sharp steel strap-on of reality.
Of course, some of them can see the apporaching light of the train that just ran over them and is coming around for another pass:

To: Sub-Driver

Why should he shut up? He’s right.

18
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:34:42 PM
by Melas
(u)
To: Melas

I’m with you. Take a poll of the Free Republic ideological
mindset and you might have a representative sample of about a quarter of
the electorate. We want to elect a president based only on that and
brand everyone else as RINOS, socialists, Marxists or idiots? Good luck
with that.

40
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 12:44:57 PM
by newheart
(The greatest trick the left ever pulled was convincing the world it was not a religion.)
AppealSelective
And, lest we forget:

To: Sub-Driver

People on FR that were punting for Newt…

Where are you now you
a-holes? You castigated us for pointing out Newt’s “sitting on a bench
with Nan” photo-op… You said we were being unreasonable. You said he
REALLY WAS a “conservative”…

All of it, utter BS.

This is why we can’t have nice things.
83
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 1:37:32 PM
by Dead Corpse
(I will not comply.)
And it is always thus.
More after the clickable feast.

You think it was bad how they turned on Newtie? Next up -Rush Limbaugh – Republican Hack!

Ruling Class GOP Blames Me

Rush Limbaugh.com ^

| November 12, 2012
| Rush Limbaugh

Posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 1:26:59 PM by Kaslin

BEGIN TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: Just as I predicted, ladies and gentlemen — wait ’til you
hear the sound bites — this election was lost because of your host,
Rush Limbaugh. I am the primary reason.

(Tommy) Well, it’s nice to see you taking responsibility for once, viagra-boy)

There are others, but I’m the primary reason the Republican
Party lost. And I am, by the way, the primary reason the Republican
Party will keep losing, until I am denounced by the Republican Party.
Which, I’m gonna predict to you… What is today? The 12th of November.
I’m gonna lay out a possible scenario where that could happen, because
we’re trending in that direction.

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: Do you remember that piece by Angelo Codevilla that came
out in summer 2010 in the American Spectator called “The Ruling Class”?
We spent a lot of time here analyzing it and talking about it. That’s
what we face today. And our guys in the upper echelon of the Republican
Party want to fashion themselves as members of the ruling class.

We, the country class, are not in the ruling class. We’re the
problem. A couple of sound bites, then I’ll illustrate. Let’s just pick a
couple at random, but grab number one. Meet the Press during the
roundtable. The guest is Republican strategist Steve Schmidt, who
authored the John McCain defeat against Barack Obama in 2008. Steve
Schmidt, the consultant who came up with the plan that secured defeat in
the presidential election, has the answer.

SCHMIDT: The Republican Party needs to get it together on its
outreach to Latinos. And it’s good to hear that Lindsey Graham and Chuck
Schumer are going to start advancing comprehensive immigration reform
again, because we have to get this off the table as a political issue
for the party. And we also have to have a zero tolerance with the
terrible tone that’s coming out of the talk radio universe and some of
our leaders in Congress who are serially disrespectful to this
fastest-growing demographic in the country.

RUSH: He wasn’t finished. He continued…

SCHMIDT: To too many swing voters in the country when you hear
the word “conservative,” now they think of loons and wackos. We gave up
five US Senate seats over the last two election cycles by people who
were just out there, completely extreme, manifestly unprepared for the
offices that they’re running for. Our elected leaders are scared to
death of the conservative entertainment complex, the shrill and divisive
voices that are bombastic and broadcasting out into the homes. And this
country is rejecting the social extremism of the Republican Party on
issue after issue.

Schmidt-canned!!

There’s more after this, mostly consisting of verbal manure like

“Do you really think that the Democrat Party will ever allow you
Republicans to be seen as pro-Latino and pro-immigration? If you do, you
are incompetent and unqualified.”

Incompetent? It’s your demographic. You see, I’ve heard who advertises on your show.

“Unqualified”? For what exacly? Walking and chewing gum at the same time?

Let’s see how Dittohead Nation is reacting to El Flushbo’s frantic attempts to evade blame for making the GOP look like it is peopled entirely by the Freeperati:

To: Kaslin

All I know is that I have listened to my very last pundit,
announcer, analyst, etc. No more talk radio and no more news
entertainment. Someone sold us a bill of goods and I, for one, am quite
unhappy.

I’ll hang out here and my various sites and keep doing all the
research myself. All those people want to do is stay employed by making
us watch/listen. I’m done.

3
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 1:36:30 PM
by RIghtwardHo

To: RIghtwardHo

Good for you!!!

I shut down the hannity, limbaugh, levin networks several years ago and switched to music…

I have been much happier with the world around me…

having tuned out for several years, I have discovered one thing..

they are all republican hacks.. oh sure, they can spout off some crap to make you go Hmmmmm…

but in the end they will all back and support the republican position, whatever it may be…

tune out the pundits telling you what to think and when to think it, and start thinking for yourself..

you will be surprised at how intelligent you actually are!!!

4
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 1:42:41 PM
by joe fonebone
(The clueless… they walk among us, and they vote…)

To: Kaslin

It is ALWAYS ALL ABOUT YOU, Rush.

8
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 1:49:04 PM
by Doctor 2Brains

To: Kaslin

I like Rush but he has become the salve to allow socialism to
pass through the body politic.

(Sigmund Freud’s photo would be here, but it’s on vacation)

He placates us, making us think something
is getting done.

9
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 1:53:45 PM
by central_va
( I won’t be reconstructed and I do not give a damn.)

To: Kaslin

So, Rush, when are you going to finally dump the GOP and use your
bully pulpit to organize a true Conservative opposition party in this
country?

11
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 2:36:56 PM
by Buckeye McFrog
Bwahaha

To: RIghtwardHo

ITA! I also find it strange that Rush Limbaugh is going on about
the “ruling class”. Isn’t he himself with all his money and stature a
member of it?
JMHO

14
posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 3:59:33 PM
by Jean2
Uh oh.
Next up -A Patootion!

We request that Obama be impeached for the following reasons.



https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/we-request-obama-be-impeached-following-reasons/cpk4V6zK

Posted on Sunday, November 18, 2012 10:14:18 PM by modernline2009

We request that Barack Obama be impeached for the following reasons.

1.
He proclaimed war in libya without getting congress approval first.
Article I, Section 8- Only congress can approve to start war.

2. Obamacare is unconstitutional. Forcing US citizens to get health insurance whether they want it or not.

3. Obama disrespects our Constitution calling it flawed and trying to change it even after taking this oath:

“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States,

and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

4. Appointing agency “czars” without Senate approval.

1
posted on Sunday, November 18, 2012 10:14:28 PM
by modernline2009

To: Olog-hai
Buddy of mine was warned explicitly not to sign any of these
petitions – it could “jeopardize” is clearance and his job. I think
that’s interesting – someone it taking this kind of thing seriously.
5
posted on Sunday, November 18, 2012 10:31:13 PM
by ThunderSleeps
(Stop obama now! Stop the hussein – insane agenda!)
Nobody could take this kind of thing seriously.

To: modernline2009

Illiterats (sic) have a right to speak too,

Apparently.

and send impeachment petitions to the White Hut!

7
posted on Sunday, November 18, 2012 10:39:36 PM
by Revolting cat!
(Bad things are wrong! Ice cream is delicious!)

To: modernline2009

I would think his own followers will want him impeached just because every state in America has started a petition to secede.

10
posted on Sunday, November 18, 2012 10:42:06 PM
by Eye of Unk
(singing) “May the bub-ble – be unbrokennnnn”

To: modernline2009
You’re sending an Obama impeachment petition to the White House…
12
posted on Sunday, November 18, 2012 10:53:23 PM
by EEGator
I was wondering if anyone was going to notice that.
Next up -Slow Burns!

Sore Winners

Townhall.com ^

| November 27, 2012
| Mona Charen

Posted on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 6:48:01 AM by Kaslin

Post-election season is a time for healing, for putting aside the
rancor of a long campaign and rediscovering what unites us. It has not
been that way this year.

Prudence, one would think, if not
generosity of spirit, should impel Democrats to be magnanimous in
victory. Romney did receive about 48 percent of the vote. A little
modesty among the winners would seem to be in order.

Instead, the
gloating has been extravagant. Worse, liberals have gorged themselves
on the same junk food they enjoyed during the campaign and cannot seem
to resist under any circumstances — slandering their opponents. The
smears are so casual and commonplace that we become weary of responding.
But we must protest, or someone new to politics may assume that we
concede the point.

Appearing on “Meet the Press”, documentary
filmmaker Ken Burns attributed conservative unhappiness with the
election to racism. “Race is always there in America,” Burns opined.
“It’s always something we don’t want to talk about. Do you think we’d
have a secession movement — a faddish movement — if this president
wasn’t [sic] African-American? Do you think the vitriol that came out of
some elements of the Tea Party?”

Ken Burns is a fine filmmaker. I
met him once, and I found him to be engaging and amiable. It’s painful
to see him descend to this kind of defamation. Some disappointed
Republicans are talking secession in Texas and elsewhere. This is proof
of racism? Is this the standard of evidence Burns employs for his films?

(snip)

1
posted on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 6:48:18 AM
by Kaslin

To: Kaslin
Is this the standard of evidence Burns employs for his films?

Yes. Hadn’t you noticed?

I
find it hard to accept, too, Mona, but no matter how “engaging and
amiable” a leftist seems to be on the surface, he’s almost certainly a
Stalin or Mugabe at heart.

2
posted on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 6:54:24 AM
by Tax-chick
(Are you getting ready for the Advent Kitteh?)

To: Kaslin; fieldmarshaldj; BillyBoy; sickoflibs; AuH2ORepublican; campaignPete R-CT; NFHale; …
Post-election season is a time for healing, for putting aside
the rancor of a long campaign and rediscovering what unites us. It has
not been that way this year.

When was it ever? When you were a girl Mona?

Post election is time for gloating if you won and pointing fingers and whining if you lost.

Guess what? Nothing unites us with marxist swine. Nothing. Time to stop pretending.

3
posted on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 7:08:45 AM
by Impy
(Boehner for President – 2013)

To: Kaslin

I have relatives I refuse to speak to because they voted for Obama.

I am not looking to be friendly with people who are brain dead.

7
posted on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 7:18:05 AM
by Venturer
You know, they’re probably pretty relieved about that. Just sayin’…
Fortunately, there’s no vitriol on display here.
Next up - Is Santorum running? Ewwww,
.

Santorum: ‘I’m open’ to 2016 bid


CNN ^

Posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 11:03:04 PM by Arthurio

(CNN) – Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum hinted Monday he may see another presidential run in his future.

“I’m open to that possibility,” the Republican said when asked on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” about a 2016 White House bid.

– Follow the Ticker on Twitter: @PoliticalTicker

“But
we’re a long way…” he added, pausing, then continuing, “I’m focused
right now on trying to stay involved in the fray and make sure that we
do the right thing up on Capitol Hill right now.”

Santorum proved
a tough opponent to Mitt Romney during the Republican presidential
primary, ultimately forcing the contest to run as late as April when
Santorum dropped his bid and paved the way for Romney to clinch the
nomination.

1
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 11:03:11 PM
by Arthurio
What say ye, Freepers?

To: Arthurio

Yes but what about Palin?

:D

2
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 11:04:05 PM
by Cringing Negativism Network
Nice to see they’re getting their sense of humour back,

To: All

Well, Santorum did a nice spoiler job on Romney, making sure he was broke throughout the summer and softened up for Obama.

3
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 11:04:39 PM
by Arthurio

To: Arthurio

Romney spoiled himself.

5
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 11:06:39 PM
by Timber Rattler
(Just say NO! to RINOS and the GOP-E)
Y’know – at first I thought that said “Romney soiled himself”, which would have been a shitty thing to say about Santorum,

To: Arthurio

An ex-senator, yep that’s the answer. /s

And one that couldn’t even win his home state.

8
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 11:08:53 PM
by quantim
(Victory is not relative, it is absolute.)

To: Arthurio

No. No more losers, please. Why do the “second runner-ups” think
they’re entitled to wait in the wings for their turn next time. Can we
get a clean slate of candidates this time around?

9
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 11:09:10 PM
by Drew68

To: Arthurio

Right. Santorum lost the election. Go make mud pies genius.

12
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 11:10:53 PM
by DManA

To: Arthurio

No more Bushes, No More RINO’s, No more has-beens, No more “It’s My Turn”s…

I sure hope someone like Palin will get in to shake things up

14
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 11:12:07 PM
by GeronL
(http://asspos.blogspot.com)
And I thought they were being funny.

To: rurgan

She doesn’t look like post 20 anymore . She’s had face work, it’s over …

37
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 11:50:56 PM
by Neu Pragmatist
( Focus 2014 – Hold the House – Retake the Senate !)
Such dedication to principle. I’m awe-stricken.

To: rurgan

A leader like Palin could turn out us Americans as we did in Louisiana at 70% in 2012

Definitely – turning out people to vote against her.

Out here in the real word living in a swing state, and actually
talking to independents, and a lot of people that mostly vote Republican
– people literally burst out laughing at the idea of her running for
President. There is such general contempt for her that is infinitely
beyond that felt for Romney that it is inconceivable it could ever be
overcome.

She’d probably be running against Hilary and would do worse with women than Romney.

38
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 11:52:14 PM
by Strategerist

OK – the majority of this post was written before the mass murder of children on Friday.

It’s obviously not snark-fodder, but I’ll leave you with two illustrative threads.

Little Falls man describes ‘finishing’ teenagers with shots to heads


pioneer press ^
| 11-26-12
| Joseph Lindberg

Posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 7:01:34 PM by TurboZamboni

A man who killed two teenagers in his home in Little Falls on
Thanksgiving Day told investigators he shot and wounded the two at close
range before “finishing” them with shots to the head.

Byron
David Smith, 64, was charged Monday, Nov. 26, in Morrison County
District Court with two counts of second-degree murder without
premeditation in the deaths of Nicholas Brady, 17, and his cousin Haile
Kifer, 18.

Smith claims Brady and Kifer broke into his home and he was “fearful” they had weapons, according to the criminal complaint.
*************

Dude thinks he’s Judge Dredd.

He’ll be in prison for the rest of his life.

1
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 7:01:42 PM
by TurboZamboni
First we have the (comparatively) appalled:

To: TurboZamboni

Does Minnesota have the Death Penalty? And if so, do they use it?

3
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 7:04:55 PM
by theDentist
(FUBO; qwerty ergo typo : i type, therefore i misspelll)

To: TurboZamboni

What a psycho. He deserves whatever he gets.

4
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 7:05:53 PM
by DemforBush
(100% Ex-Democrat.)

To: TurboZamboni

Disgusting. That was simply an execution, especially his
description of the murder of the female. Then he sat there with the
bodies for a full day because he said, “didn’t want to bother the cops
on a holiday”.

When our rights to self defense are lost, guys like him will be what made it easy for the dems to do it.

10
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 7:14:17 PM
by DesertRhino
(I was standing with a rifle, waiting for soviet paratroopers, but communists just ran for office.)

To: TurboZamboni

Straight up, walking up to a wounded 18 year old girl and putting
a round in her head, fry the worthless bastard, he ain’t human.

18
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 7:23:49 PM
by The Cajun
(Sarah Palin, Mark Levin…Nuff said.)
But of course, for every one of them, there’s one of these:

To: TurboZamboni

I’m not going to shed any tears for the victims.

7
posted on by Erik Latranyi
(When religions have to beg the gov’t for a waiver, we are already under socialism.)

To: gaijin

Aaaaw, poor kids. I bet they won’t be committing home invasion and other crimes.

12
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 7:16:06 PM
by sagar

To: DesertRhino

I think of it this way: this little “tragedy” was actually a cleanup where 3 criminals were taken off the streets.

13
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 7:18:18 PM
by sagar

To: TurboZamboni

That is how real home invaders should be treated though

27
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 7:32:30 PM
by GeronL
(http://asspos.blogspot.com)
(Tommy) Of course, one Freeper insists on actually pointing a few details out:

To: rurgan

You should read the article. He is sitting in the basement, and shoots them with a .223 as they come down the stairs.
(according to him, the boy comes down the stairs and he shoots him twice
with a mini-14. Then he drags the body away. Then he says the girl
comes down the stairs into the same basement where the 223 has just been
fired twice, indoors. O-kkkk, i believe that)
But that could probably still be ok, even if many people could have handled it better.

But then he says the girl laughed at him. (Thats in his estimation).
Thats right, the 18 year old girl punched from 10 feet with a .223,
seeing her dead companion/bf with his head splattered with a 223,
giggled at him. (i suppose anything is -possible-on some level)
So he gets a .22 pistol, and shoots her numerous times in the chest.
He drags her across the floor and lays her beside where he already
dragged the boy he shot. He sees she is still gasping to breathe. So he
puts the 22 under her chin and does a “good clean finishing shot”.

Then he waits another day before calling the cops.
Creepy ba$tard -should- be toast.

28
posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 7:33:53 PM
by DesertRhino
(I was standing with a rifle, waiting for soviet paratroopers, but communists just ran for office.)
And now to present-day murderers.
Obviously, Jon Stewart is to blame!
.

Ryan Lanza, CT shooter, fan of “The Dialy Show” and Stephen Colbert

This thread has been pulled.


Pulled on 12/14/2012 12:36:27 PM PST
by Admin Moderator,
reason:

Pulled.

All righty, then.
Just as well,
You guys know the Freeperati as well as I do.
I’m not going to subject you to their squalling about how Lanza was a bad guy because he makes gun nuts look like gun nuts.
I may take a Christmas weekend posting vacation – if so, I’ll see you all in two weeks.

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6 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Odds and Clods Edition

  1. azportsider says:

    I think it’s gonna be tough for you to stay away, Tommy. Freepers are the gift that just keeps on giving. Still, if you do manage a short break–and nobody deserves one more than you do– more power to you. Enjoy whichever holiday you choose to celebrate!

  2. left rev., proud cheesehead says:

    There is no amount of money that could get me into a Freeper thread about the murder of 20 children, their teachers and their principal.
    None.
    You have more spleen than any one I’ve ever met, Tommy.
    And I’ll apologize in advance for skipping that particular Obsession. I just can’t do it.
    Happiest of Holidays to you!

  3. MapleStreet says:

    I’ve already accidentally run across a YouTube trying to make a case that Newton was a false flag operation.
    Tying in with the more serious threads of late, part of the violence some apparently teach isn’t guns just to defend yourself, but guns to finish the person off. Even in stand your ground states, once the threat is removed, you can’t keep firing. But the MN case (and the people commenting on it) shows is that the guns aren’t to remove a threat, but to extract revenge.
    Of course, one of my relatives has in the last couple of days posted an article from wnd saying a clerk in Hawaii has a sworn statement that he was told there was no Obama birth certificate. Of course, he hasn’t worked for Hawaii since 2008. But that doesn’t stop the echo.
    And there’s a photo floating around facebook showing the faces of those the repubs have put in as the head of committeess (a bunch of old white men) and corresponding montage of those put in charge by the Dems (a diverse group).

  4. MapleStreet says:

    I don’t get item 1 of the petition at all.
    Wasn’t Obama the target of the conservatives because he didn’t intervene in Libya and didn’t nuke em after the attack on the consulate?

  5. MapleStreet says:

    RE” Prudence, one would think, if not generosity of spirit, should impel Democrats to be magnanimous in victory. Romney did receive about 48 percent of the vote. A little modesty among the winners would seem to be in order.”
    Ya mean like how civil the repubs are after an election? Like 8 years of “He’s not my president.” Like the still continuing slurs against Obama including the birthers?
    Or like the statements made about the N**gger when Obama made a statement on the Newton shootings?http://deadspin.com/5968935/take-that-nigger-off-the-tv-we-wanna-watch-football-idiots-respond-to-nbc-pre+empting-sunday-night-football
    Seems everytime the Freepers call for civility it is only one way.

  6. MarcD says:

    Kibitzers – maybe he can make a recess impeachment.

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