Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Squall Of Confusion edition

Happy Labour day, good people!

Going to get rid of some more aging drums of Freepitude later on, but first, in case you were wondering about the Freeperati’s take on Syria -You can’t be Syriaus!

Sen. Cruz: Attacking Syria Is Not In National Interest

Real Clear Politics ^

| Aug 28, 2013
| Hannity/Cruz

Posted on Saturday, August 31, 2013 9:48:00 PM by Innovative

Ted Cruz: Number one, under no circumstances should we be arming
rebels who are affiliated with al-Qaeda. And this administration has
already suggested they want to arm the rebels with no reliable means of
differentiating al-Qaeda from non-al-Qaeda.

And number two, our
concern should be those chemical weapons, preventing them from falling
into the hands of Hezbollah, preventing them from falling into the hands
of al-Qaeda. That should be guiding our actions, not expressing some
moral outrage from a university faculty lounge.

You
know, Sean, it was striking when the protests were occurring in Egypt
against the Muslim Brotherhood, that the protesters were waving banners
that said President Obama supports Morsi, the United States supports the
radical Islamic government that is oppressing us. What a sad state of
affairs when the United States is arm and arm with oppressive Islamist
governments.

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Ted Cruz is right.
1
posted on Saturday, August 31, 2013 9:48:00 PM
by Innovative
BlazingSalddlesTedCruz
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Also, the President is near!
Let’s look into why the Freeperati are suddenly against bombing brown people, shall we?

To: Innovative

Cruz is correct.
The real question is why is obama focused on Syria, hee hasn’t cared about it for two years…so why is he trying to deflect?

7
posted on Saturday, August 31, 2013 10:02:04 PM
by svcw
(Stand or die)
Obviously a False Flag operation, right out of the Saul Alinsky playbook!

To: svcw

“The real question is why is obama focused on Syria, hee hasn’t
cared about it for two years…so why is he trying to deflect?

Note that now Syria is on the front pages, nobody is talking about
the IRS’ abuse of power of targeting conservative groups, the disaster
of Obamacare, Benghazi, sequestration, the budget, etc., etc…

Looks like Obama is achieving his objective. And he’ll get away with
it — now he wants approval from Congress, which he is not going to get,
so he will blame them, claiming that he, Obama wanted to do “the right
thing”, but Congress prevented him…

8
posted on Saturday, August 31, 2013 10:15:12 PM
by Innovative
(“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” — Vince Lombardi)
My GOD, what a master of Machiavellian mayhem!
First, he organizes an “Arab Spring”-style uprising against Morsi in Egypt, then he convinces Al-Asad in Syria to bomb, shell, and gas his own people, and now he’s pushed BENGHAZZZZI all the way off the front page that it was on just three short months ago!
What a master manipulator!

To: Innovative

Is Obama paying back Saudi for favors given him – money in the last election?

13
posted on Saturday, August 31, 2013 10:33:43 PM
by YukonGreen

To: YukonGreen

The Saudis hate the jihadists — they are supporting the military
leadership in Egypt against the Muslim Brotherhood – and they are
putting their money where their mouth is. They wouldn’t possibly be
supporting the Al Qaeda dominated rebels in Syria.

14
posted on Saturday, August 31, 2013 10:35:22 PM
by Innovative
(“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” — Vince Lombardi)
ConfusedSparklePony
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To: Candor7
The House of Saud is playing Obama like a fiddle

They also played both Bushes like a fiddle.

21
posted on Sunday, September 01, 2013 1:18:22 AM
by dfwgator
BanHimEjection
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Older stuffs after the clickable linky tool of Al-Queda!


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Speaking of Texas pols with delusions of adequacy -Rick Perry bid unites Freeperati!

Exclusive: Rick Perry’s October Trip to Israel Sign of Another Whitehouse BidThe Washington Times ^ | July 11, 2013 | The Washington Times

Posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:33:53 AM by DRey

Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Thursday that he will visit Israel in October, a move that signals to the political world that he is seriously considering making another presidential run in 2016.

“We will be going to Israel to bring together Arabs, Christian and Jews in an educational forum,” Mr. Perry told The Washington Times in an interview just three days after he announced he would not seek an unprecedented fourth term as Texas governor.

Many analysts interpreted that decision as evidence that he is setting the table for a White House campaign. Asked what would induce him to announce a run, he told The Times that he has “plenty of time to make that decision.”


Well duh. Longest-serving governor in American history; successful; Texas; tired of being governor; good looking;
His hair was…perfect.

all that jazz…of course he’s running again. Just hope he’s off the back-surgery narcotics by the time of the debates.

He did a great job as the leader and steward in Texas — jobs, jobs, jobs.

But enough about Burger King.

He’ll make a fantastic anti-Obama, or die trying.
1 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:33:53 AM by DRey
What say ye, Freepers? Gov. Goodhair, or the Cruz missile?

To: DRey

I’m sure he’s not perfect, so 7 million conservatives will simply stay home.

2 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:39:39 AM by Jonty30 (What Islam and secularism have in common is that they are both death cults)
That’s one “for” vote”…

To: DRey

he was pro-illegal acandidate and called us meanies

3 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:43:49 AM by GeronL
One “against” vote…

To: GeronL

Shhhhhhh…we’re not supposed to remember that.

5 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:45:08 AM by South40

To: Jonty30
He is a genuine conservative IMO. I didn’t stay home last time but I did not vote for either liberal.
If he runs he has my support..
9 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:50:33 AM by montanajoe
Another “for” vote…

To: JCBreckenridge

Better than Obama.

19 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 1:32:00 AM by Jonty30 (What Islam and secularism have in common is that they are both death cults)
I don’t have the heart to break it to Jonty30 that President Obama isn’t running in 2016. Jude – you wanna?

To: DRey

If you think La Raza Rick could have defeated Obama you really are clueless. Romney sucked but he did at least win one debate. La Raza Rick couldn’t control his mouth in the debates long enough to stop himself from attacking the very people whose votes he hoped to get. Oh but, that’s right; you believe La Raza Rick’s abysmal debate performances were because he was taking medication. lol!

32 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 1:51:05 AM by South40
That’s another “against”…

To: Jonty30

Yeah well, I think I’ll pass… I’m quite done with Texas governors for a while.

49 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 2:28:18 AM by Bullish (Psalm 46)
I’m losing count here…

To: Bullish
Now Ted Cruz? I’m taking a good long look at this fairly (so far) impressive man.

You’re going to be in a real pickle when he runs as Perry’s VP (or “worse”). You have my sympathy.It does seem to turn out that way more than not — see VP pick 2012.

68 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 3:09:51 AM by DRey (Ok. Back to Perry/and now Cruz. (Texas rocks) Reclaim America 2016!)
Now that’s just mean.
Moving along, it’s - Dog days at Freeperville!

Walmart Employee Warns Customer About Dog Locked in [hot] Car, Loses Jobyahoo.com ^ | July 12, 2013 | Sarah B. Weir

Posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:32:57 AM by grundle

Carla Cheney, a former Walmart employee from Kemptville, Canada, claims she was fired for alerting a customer that he shouldn’t leave his dog in a hot car.

On Wednesday, shortly before beginning her shift, Cheney saw the customer put his Newfoundland—a large breed with a heavy black coat—in his truck and roll up the windows, reports the Ottawa Citizen. Cheney, who worked in the Walmart pharmacy, called the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) and later confronted the dog owner after he left the store, telling him that “he should not be leaving his dog in the car.” He responded that it was none of her business.

Later that day, Cheney was called into her the office of her manager… The manager then told her she was fired…

Some estimates put the number of dogs that die each year from being left in a hot car in the thousands.

The Chicago Tribune reports that on an 85-degree day, the dashboard can heat up to 170 degrees in a mere 15 minutes.

… dogs don’t perspire like humans—which is one of the reasons why they can succumb to heatstroke in a matter of minutes

1 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:32:57 AM by grundle
I sense a conundrum a-brewin.
On the one hand, Wal-mart is Good because union-busting, ogliarch-worship, and the fact that most Freepers probably can’t afford to shop anywhere else.
On the other hand…

To: grundle

I am offering a free broken window to anyone who leaves a dog to die in a hot car.

27 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 2:00:40 AM by chae (I was anti-Obama before it was cool)
Sounds reasonable.

To: chae
I am offering a free broken window to anyone who leaves a dog to die in a hot car.

Good way to end up at room temperature.

35 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 5:56:13 AM by USS Alaska (Nuke the terrorist savages, start today.)
The only thing that can stop a bad guy with a glass-cutter is a good guy with a gun.

To: grundle

Lately I have been hearing a great deal of negative reports about Walmart.

5 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:45:26 AM by fortheDeclaration (Pr 14:34 Righteousness exalteth a nation:but sin is a reproach to any people)

To: fortheDeclaration

Walmart is on the liberal fecal matter list because they aren’t union, and are profitable, and are following the rules to avoid ObamaCare.

Granted, this happens to be a Canadian store, but the story can still be used for propaganda purposes.

14 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:57:13 AM by null and void (Republicans create the tools of oppression, and the democrats gleefully use them!)
Slartibartfast: I’d
much rather be happy than right any day.

Arthur Dent: And are you?
Slartibartfast: Ah, no.
[laughs, snorts]
Slartibartfast: Well, that’s where it all falls down, of course.
.

To: grundle
Do Gooders need to recognize that dogs have a higher body temp than humans.

Leaving a dog in a car (with free water) where the interior temp is below 100 deg F will not kill the dog.

17 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 1:16:29 AM by Paladin2

To: null and void

Maybe had she just left it with call the SPCA or Police there would be no problem, but she felt she had to confront the dog owner also. I applaud her calling in the case of abuse but she felt she had to be righteous in his face.

6 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:48:03 AM by Mastador1 (I’ll take a bad dog over a good politician any day!)
Rebuttal?

To: Mastador1

Lock a dog in a car like this and I’ll whip your ass.

40 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 6:50:36 AM by Eaker (Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life. Robert A. Heinlein.)
And he has a Heinlein quote in his sig, so you know he’s not to be trifled with.

To: grundle

I worked at Walmart for a short while, nights. A long time, and good, night supervisor (8 years or more) followed a shoplifter out of the store, got the plate as he drove off. Called the cops.

He was fired the next morning at 8am when the store manager came on duty.

52 posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 8:05:32 AM by Balding_Eagle (When America falls, darkness will cover the face of the earth for a thousand years.)
Obama’s Fault!!
Time for one more – how about - Mexicans? Obama? The Blahs? Pro-choicers?

BREAKING NEWS: Nueces County sheriff confirms judge found dead at courthouse
caller,com ^| 7/115/13 | Rhiannon Meyers, Katherine Rosenberg

Posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 9:58:03 PM by Nachum

CORPUS CHRISTI — State District Judge Tom Greenwell was found dead from a gunshot wound Monday night in his chambers, Nueces County Sheriff Jim Kaelin confirmed.

Corpus Christi police, medics and Nueces County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded about 7 p.m. to the courthouse after a report that a man was found with a gunshot wound to the head.The courthouse closed at 5 p.m.

It was unclear how a gun could have passed through security or been within the county building, equipped with security personnel and a metal detector. Attorneys, judges, and some media outlets who have courthouse identification badges typically aren’t required to pass through the security checkpoint.

1 posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 9:58:03 PM by Nachum

To: Nachum

Ummmm, a security person did it? Check their bank accounts for a sudden spike in funds.Maybe they did it for Trayvon.

3 posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 10:00:10 PM by GeorgeWashingtonsGhost
That’s the first thing I thought of, too.

To: Nachum

Was he anti abortion by any chance?

6 posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 10:03:24 PM by bergmeid
Not any more.

To: annalex
I think it’s the first time that it’s a judge. It’s been District Attorneys and the like before.

So what’s Eric Holder going to do, now that it’s a judge?

-PJ

8 posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 10:04:27 PM by Political Junkie Too (If you are the Posterity of We the People, then you are a Natural Born Citizen.)
Finish him off?

To: A.A. Cunningham

“becoming the first Republican ever to win a county-wide judicial race in Nueces County”

Ohh, I wonder what Holder has planned now. ;)

15 posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 10:15:02 PM by JCBreckenridge (“we are pilgrims in an unholy land”)
That one’s easy – finishing you off.

To: FoxInSocks
I would presume suicide.

Why would anyone take a gun, go to work, and commit suicide there? Why would his office be better than just any place outdoors?

If the suicide was a sudden decision, the victim couldn’t have a gun handy – the courthouse does not allow guns; and though it’s possible for a judge to sneak one in, there is no real need to do so. Judges have armed guards already.

If the suicide was a planned decision, why go to work, write papers whole day, and only then end it all? Who can even do such a thing, and why to do the work at all? If the work was that important, there will be more tomorrow anyway.

A judge dying in his office most likely means that he was simply there when he was killed. He couldn’t be easily killed anywhere else. A sniper could, of course, take a position 500 yards away from the judge’s house and kill him on the way home. This means that the killer was not a sniper, and he had no rifle, and he was not going to bother with establishing a [vulnerable] position. Getting to the judge in his office is certainly the most straightforward method. The complexities of getting a silenced gun, and of getting it through the detector, are purely technical, and can be managed. For example, take an overhead projector on a stand, or a computer, or a light fixture, and wheel it in through the detectors. It will beep since it’s full of metal – but who is going to take it apart to look for an extra pound of steel that isn’t supposed to be there? Who is going to remember that fact if the gun was prepositioned a week ahead of the murder?

25 posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 10:32:04 PM by Greysard
Maybe the judge knew too much about BENGHAZZZZZI !!!

To: batterycommander

Mexicans?

35 posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 10:53:28 PM by txhurl (‘The DOG ate my homework. That homework, too. ALL my homework. OK?’ – POSHITUS)
Always a possibility.
And then…

To: Nachum
I can confirm from high level sources that Judge Thomas Greenwell committed suicide. I a was at the Nueces County Republican Club meeting tonight, and at the very end a high level official in the Nueces County Republican party announced that he had received text messages that Judge Greenwell committed suicide at the Nueces County Courthouse. This was less than an hour after this article was posted by the Corpus Christi Caller-Times at 7:03 pm CDT. He said that was the reason several courthouse employees had left the meeting early. I decided not to post anything about the cause of death until I saw something in the news media confirming that it was suicide. This was the lead story on Channel 10’s newscast at 10 pm., and they said that the investigators said it was a suicide.

36 posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 10:55:11 PM by Paleo Conservative (Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not really out to get you.)

To: Paleo Conservative

Thanks for posting. That was what I thought immediately, and I think it’s great that you are trying to stop paranoid rumors.

45 posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 11:09:49 PM by livius
ThatShipHasSailed
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Enjoy your Labour Day, everyone!
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10 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Squall Of Confusion edition

  1. Jude says:

    “Obama isn’t running in 2016.”
    Oh, Tommy. You’re one of the naive SHEEPLE who doesn’t understand that The 0ne is going to declare marshall law and make himself DICTATOR in 2016 because the weak empty suit just wants power and he’ll can’t wait to wipe his @$$ with THE CONSTITUTION that Our Founders craeted with the help of G-d and he hates that perfect sacred document you know he swore in on a Koran so he’s just waiting to deliver the coupe de gras to our precious Republic.

  2. gratuitous says:

    Oh, so close Jude! But that word is spelled “DICTATER”. Very, very good otherwise.

  3. mazareth says:

    He did spell “martial” wrong. So that’s a point in Jude’s favor.

  4. Tommy T says:

    Jude nailed it, right down to the hyphenated “G-d”.
    Tommy

  5. Dee Loralei says:

    Thanks Tommy T! Enjoy the day. Hope there is some BBQ in it for you.

  6. MapleStreet says:

    Wouldn’t claims that Obama is a Mooslim tend to counter claims that he wants to bomb the Muslims?
    My only problem with Mondays is, that like today’s posts on Syria, I can’t tell which are heartfelt opinions of the freepers and which are your snarking about the Freepers. Only difference I can see is that you spell words correctly. ;-)

  7. MapleStreet says:

    Off topic but a place I just can’t figure out the freepers :
    Why the differing reactions to the parents of a possible presidential candidate?
    Obama is the child of a mother who was an American Citizen. Obama was born in the USA. However, his father wasn’t an American citizen as far as I know. The Extreme Reich (including the Tea Baggers) continue to clamor for his birth certificate in a format which doesn’t exist – despite the repub gov of Hawaii verifying the birth certificate.
    John McCain was the son of 2 American Citizens. However he was born in a foreign country (albeit while his father was stationed there in the military and very likely could have been born on the military base). Almost nothing raised questioning if he could constitutionally become president.
    Now Ted Cruz was the son of a father who, at the time, didn’t hold American Citizenship. His mother was an American Citizen. So far sounds a lot like Obama **EXCEPT** he was born in Canada. His parents weren’t in Canada for military service. Oddly, he is the darling of the same Tea Baggers demanding to see Obama’s “long form” birth certificate. But of the three I list, he is the furtherest out from a claim of legitimacy.
    Conservatives have also tried to remove the “natural born” requirement so that Schwartzenager could run for prez (well, St. Ronnie was and actor and Arnold appeared in many more pictures and pictures with higher budgets, so isn’t Arnold the natural choice)?
    Admittedly, “natural born” hasn’t been adequately defined by judicial review. But for 200 years, the understanding has been that the prez had to have been born in the USA (or a citizen of the USA around the 1780s – not many of them still alive). For SCOTUS to step in would definitely be legislating from the bench (and questionable political motives such as Bush vs. Gore).

  8. MapleStreet says:

    Dumb Quesstion: at the time of the revolts in the Mid-East which took a label of “Arab Spring”.
    Am I the only one who remembers the hawks drooling all over themselves that this guaranteed the rise of democracy in the Middle East?
    I know my reaction was that with all the different factions, there was a lot left to be done before deciding on whether it turned out to be a good thing or a bad thing. Also remembered thinking how Americans think the storming of the Bastille / French Revolution immediately ushered in an age of prosperity and liberty.

  9. Tommy T says:

    I guess that whole “Reign Of Terror” business was just too icky to linger on.
    Tommy

  10. Aaaargh says:

    And I seem to recall these same Freepers all excited to eliminate a secular government in Iraq, when the natural consequence would be the religious nuts taking over. But we did not have a brown preznit then, of course, so that makes all the difference.

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