Today on Tommy T’s Obsession With The Freeperati – it just keeps getting better!

Good morning, everybody! I’ve got brand-new sparkly-clean iso suits for everybody. Let’s get them dirty, shall we?

First up –“Karl Rove is a RINO! Who knew?”

Edwards, Rove agree when topic turns
to Palin

ap ^| Friday, November 14, 2008 at 8:23 a.m. | JASON

Posted onFriday, November 14,
2008 8:53:42 AM

“But if she wants to
run for president she’s gonna have to get somebody to move to Anchorage, Alaska
and help her take her game to another level,” he said smiling. “Let’s be clear
about this … it’s really cold there most of the year.”

To: winoneforthegipper
Mr. Rove needs to find another party and another job. He called
the presidential race at 11:00 oclock in the afternoon for Obama. Give me a
break, He was the mastermnd of the pro-illegal alien strategy, he is no friend
of Republics. He needs to give it up and get lost.
He is the PAST failure, we
are moving FORWARD.
He is smug and arrogant.

4 posted onFriday, November 14, 2008
8:57:50 AM
(Mexican Elite say: EXPORT Poverty Let the American Taxpayer foot the bill !)

To: winoneforthegipper
Edwards said Palin’s inexperience was too much for John
McCain’s campaign to overcome.
“The problem was, over time, particularly
in the vice presidential debate … it was fairly obvious she wasn’t ready to be
president, and that made people nervous,” he said.

Sounds likethe
liberals (Rove and Edwards)
fear Sarah and both are throwing bombs at her to
continue the attempt to derail her future national aspirations.Very telling of
the liberal RINOs.

7 posted onFriday, November 14, 2008
8:59:04 AM
(“Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink.” – P.J. O’Rourke)

You know, it just doesn’t get any funnier than that.
They’re so desperate to lay the stinking carcass of the conservative movement’s failure elsewhere that they have actually started calling Rove a “liberal”. Have mercy.

More alternate reality after the jump.
You might as well…

Next – “How dare Mittens plot against our Sarah??”

AP: Palinmania may stop Romney from
running in 2012 ^| November 14, 2008 | Allahpundit

Posted onFriday, November 14, 2008
1:12:39 PM

Palinmania may stop Romney from running in 2012
Eh. If there’s any truth to it, I’d sayAmbinder is a lot closer to the real reason than the AP
The surprising ascendancy of McCain’s eventual pick, Alaska Gov. Sarah
Palin, and her popularity among some GOP conservatives have left Romney
wondering whether he could wage a viable second campaign for the White House,
according to friends and advisers…
“While (Palin) may not be popular with the
winning majority that Barack Obama put together, she’s enormously popular with
the losing minority that John McCain put together — and that pretty closely
mirrors Republican primary voters,” said Rich Bond, former chairman of the
Republican National Committee.
Charley Manning, a Massachusetts Republican
operative who has worked as a Romney adviser, recently told a local radio
interviewer: “I’d be surprised if Mitt ever ran again for president. I sure
don’t think it was the best experience of his life.”
Taking on the ‘Cuda is a
fool’s errand only if two things occur: (1) the economy recovers, leaving Mitt
without an obvious argument for why the base should prefer him to her, and (2)
Huckabee doesn’t run, thereby ceding social cons to Palin. Number one is
obviously more important than number two since a sustained crisis would give the
GOP a shot at the White House; absent that, I’m not sure why any Republican
would want to run in 2012, especially a guy like Mitt who had to eat a ton of
campaign debt this year and would probably end up on the hook for a ton more
trying to take down The One’s money machine.
For a guy who’s supposedly sour
on the idea, though, he sure seems to be making the right moves:

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To: NoObamaFightForConservatives
What would he run on?
“Elect another rich white

3 posted onFriday, November 14, 2008
1:15:42 PM
byRed Badger
(Never has a man risen so far, so fast and is expected to do so much, for so
many, with so little…)

To: unkus
That’s where Palin comes in. She’ll gain much more poise,
ability to communicate, and “people skills” by 2011 or so (through the help of
consultants, teachers, and the internet), and just about then is when the dims
will start to fear her for real and not for laughs.

19 posted onFriday, November 14, 2008
1:21:32 PM
byBlueStateBlues (Blue State for business, Red State at heart..)

“Fear her for real”? Is he kidding? I don’t know anyone who even fears her for fake.

To: NoObamaFightForConservatives
he is a freakin’ RINO.

10 posted onFriday, November 14, 2008
1:18:57 PM
byVaquero (“an
armed society is a polite society” Robert A. Heinlein)

So now Mittens is a RINO, too? Rove’s a RINO, McCain’s a RINO, Dubya’s a RINO, I’m a RINO, you’re a RINO – wouldn’t you like to be a RINO, too?
“All are RINOs except for thee and me, and I’m starting to wonder about thee.”

And of course, occasionally reality raises it’s uninvited head:

To: Lysandru
Palin is still unproven. We need to see more of her taking
hard, hard questions and shoving them back in Reporter’s faces. I want to see
some flashes of brilliance and intellectual curiosity from her.I’d like to hear
a few consecutive sentences that are free of grammatical errors.
22 posted onFriday, November 14, 2008
1:23:30 PM
bymbraynard (You
are the Republican Party. See you at the precinct meeting.)

Parse in one hand…

And now –“Back Whitelash!”

After Obama’s win, white backlash
festers in US

Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo ^| 11-17-08 | Patrik

Posted onMonday, November 17,
2008 10:07:58 AM

But postelection, at least two
white nationalist websites – Stormfront and the Council of Conservative Citizens
– report their servers have crashed because of heavy traffic. The League of the
South, a secessionist group, says Web hits jumped from 50,000 a month to 300,000
since Nov. 4, and its phones are ringing off the hook.
“The vitriol is
flailing out shotgun-style,” says Mr. Levin. “They recognize Obama as a tipping
point, the perfect storm in the narrative of the hate world – the apocalypse
that they’ve been moaning about has come true.”
Supremacist propaganda is
already on the upswing. In Oklahoma, fringe groups have distributed anti-Obama
propaganda through newspapers and taped it to home mail boxes. Ugly incidents
such as cross-burnings, assassination betting pools, and Obama effigies are also
being reported from Maine to Alabama.
The Ku Klux Klan has been tied to
recent news events, as well. Two Tennessee men implicated for plotting to kill
88 black men, including Obama, were tied to the KKK

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To: puffer
White backlash? How about we talk about Black attitude?

2 posted onMonday, November 17, 2008
10:10:14 AM
byTommyDale (I)
(Never forget the Republicans who voted for illegal immigrant amnesty in 2007!)

Yeah! They were asking for it! They’reall asking for it!

To: puffer
The KKK is the Mickey Mouse Club compared to the Cultists of Global
Warming or the Obama

3 posted onMonday, November 17, 2008
10:13:24 AM
byI see my

Except, of course, for the burning crosses, draggings, and lynchings. Otherwise, they’re identical!

To: puffer
I don’t believe these claims.
What am I to think of the
Christian Science Monitor for printing this BS? Is this a “minority” opinion? Is
it their version of “fair and balanced?” After all, there would be no Hannity
and Colmes without Colmes. Or is the CSM just another cog in the MSM

17 posted onMonday, November 17, 2008
10:22:01 AM
(Carbon Dioxide is not a pollutant. It is a trace gas that is necessary for life
on earth.)

Yeah! And I’ll bet they’re not onlynot Christian, but don’t even own a monitor! And how can you be a Christian AND like science? Something’s fishy here.

And now –“Death of a newsbimbo”

E.D. Hill To Leave Fox News Channel
(Fired over comment about Obama) ^| Monday, Nov 17 |

Posted onWednesday, November 19, 2008 12:54:41 AM byMaelstorm

TVNewser has learned veteran Fox News Channel anchor E.D. Hill will not be
renewed when her current contract expires. Hill, who has been with Fox News for
more than 10 years, will continue with the network for the next few months until
her current deal expires.
SVP of Programming Bill Shine tells TVNewser that
he “chose not to renew E.D.’s latest contract” but noted that “Hill has been a
valued contributor to the success of FNC over the years, and we wish her all the
Hill has been without a regular Fox News program since June 16, when
America’s Pulse was replaced by two hours of Live Desk. Ten days earlier Hill
used the term terrorist fist jab when promoting an upcoming body language
segment that was going to look into the primary night fist bump shared by Barack
and Michelle Obama.
For most of her nearly 11 years at FNC Hill anchored Fox
& Friends. In 2006 she moved to a late morning program then to the
afternoons where, in the months leading up to the election, she’d been filling
in on America’s Election HQ.

To: Maelstorm
Oh no. Not E.D. I really like her.

4 posted onWednesday, November 19,
2008 12:58:32 AM

“Oh, no! Not E.D.” Sounds kinda like a Cialis commercial.

To: Maelstorm
no way

5 posted onWednesday, November 19,
2008 12:58:50 AM
(So this is how Liberty dies… with thunderous applause)

(You just know Mr. Freedom wrote that while fondling his light saber)

To: Maelstorm
the purge begins

10 posted onWednesday, November 19,
2008 1:02:03 AM
bymaine-iac7 (“He
has the right to criticize who has the heart to help” Lincoln)

To: NRA2BFree
call fox and protest.

7 posted onWednesday, November 19,
2008 1:01:13 AM
bytelevision is just wrong (obama is going to pay my mortgage
for me!)

To: television is just wrong
Yes, if we all do it, it could make an impact. Let’s

17 posted onWednesday, November 19,
2008 1:03:41 AM
byLily4Jesus (
Jesus Saves)

“Ya know, if one person walks into the recruiting station, says “Oh, no! Not E.D.” and walks out, they may think he’s really sick and they won’t take him. And if two people do it, in harmony, they may think they’re both Freepers and they won’t take either of them. And if three people do it, three, can you imagine, three people walking in saying “Oh no! Not E.D.” and walking out, they might think it’s an organization. And get out the butterfly nets and restraining orders.”

To: Maelstorm
Fox News is just another business owned by just another

13 posted onWednesday, November 19,
2008 1:03:15 AM
bylewislynn (What
does the global warming movement and the Fairtax movement have in common?

To: Maelstorm
We need toall just quit watching Fox, along with the
networks. Believe me, you can be just as informed, even better informed, without
television news and newspapers. Use internet access.
21 posted onWednesday, November 19,
2008 1:05:22 AM
bymrsmel (That one
is not my president.)

Iam using internet access. and all I see is a posted quote from FOX. As a matter of fact, just about every single post on Free Republic starts with a news article from the dreaded MSM.
If you guys follow up on this idea to stop paying attention to stuff from the MSM, FR’s gonna be one long list of recipe postings, hate-spewing vanities, and “What gun do I need to buy to defend myself from marauding hippies at ‘Fort Apache, The Couch’?” posts.

Every day, there’s a “pray for the President” FR thread, and I was wondering if they were going to extend the same Christian Kindness to the incoming CIC.

Wonder no more!

Pray for our Nation &
President-Elect Obama – Day

Posted onTuesday, November 18, 2008 10:08:02 PM byBlogger


2)Prayer threads in the Religion Forum are
not to have debate. If you wish to debate, there are a couple of threads going
already debating the existence of this thread. You may also take it to my inbox.
Please refrain from arguing on a prayer thread. For more information see theFREE

To: Blogger
Lord, God Almighty of the Angel Armies . . .
INSURE . . . perhaps using the Supreme Court . . .
that ODeceiver
will not live in the Whitehouse.
Give the Supreme Court fireceness in behalf
of the Constitution.
Cause them to have backbones sufficient to stand up to
the puppet masters and other forces railroading such a traitorous person into
the Whitehouse.
Cause every evil deception to be exposed fully and broadcast
abroad ASAP.
Cause the evil plotters to fall into the pits they have dug for
the Nation and for Believers.
Cause all the lies to be fully
Cause the truth of his birth to be broadcast abroad with full
disclosure and proofs and solid testimony.
Cause the Constitution to be fully
defended and supported.
Cause even liberal idiots to increase their respect
for the Constitution as a defense of their liberties as well.
Cause the more
reasonable liberals to begin to fear the treasonous events of the Main Stream
Media and other forces so recently successful and giddy in their evil
Cause the enemy’s camp to eat their own and shred each other.
have promised, Lord, that when evil floods the land, you would raise up a
Standard against it. Please, Lord, let us see this valiantly and overwhelmingly
well before 20 Jan 2009.
capita more than 10 righteous folks in the land compared to Soddom and

7 posted onTuesday, November 18, 2008
10:29:52 PM

To: Blogger
then show godly wisdom & courage & be able to withstand and defeat the
demonic forces that he allied himself with.
I pray he
falls in the pit he has dug as soon as possible… And may as many of his
cohorts fall in with him..
I pray as many of his schemes, goals and lies are
spread vividly across the land and the world in neon lights as thoroughly and
candidly as possible in all their horror..
I pray he is humiliated as the
duplicitous scoundral and traitor to all that is good as thoroughly and quickly
as possible..
I pray that the whitewash hiding his evil is washed away as
quickly as possible.
I pray that some of his loudest supporters see his evil
first and cry the alarm first.
I pray that his name becomes a curse word
amongst the Hollyweed and media elite first and as soon as possible.
I pray
that his arrogance and outrageously black hearted evil will cause his shallow
mask to slip and fall utterly to the ground never to be able to be in place
I pray that whatever righteous and patriotic forces may be available
and called on to do heroic work will hinder the worst of his evil in every
honorable practical way possible.
I pray that his arrogance and
power-mongering and control freaque-ism become so overblown and so outrageously
extreme that he wholesale decompensates in prime time on CNN & all the
May God have yet again at some point mercy on our land.
May this
horrific judgment on our faithlessness to Him be short and limited.

10 posted onTuesday, November 18, 2008
10:53:48 PM

Probably not the responses he was looking for…

Next up –“Would Gore have really been so bad in 2000?”‏

Bush Hands Over Reins of U.S. Economy
to EU | Dick Morris & Eileen

Posted onThursday, November
20, 2008 2:40:21 PM

The results of the G-20
economic summit amount to nothing less than the seamless integration of the
United States into the European economy.
In one month of legislation and one
diplomatic meeting, the United States has unilaterally abdicated all the gains
for the concept of free markets won by the Reagan administration and
surrendered, in total, to the Western European model of socialism, stagnation,
and excessive government regulation.
Sovereignty is out the window. Without
a vote, we are suddenly members of the European Union. Given the dismal record
of those nations at creating jobs and sustaining growth, merging with the
Europeans is like a partnership with death.
At the G-20 meeting, Bush agreed
to subject the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and our other regulatory
agencies to the supervision of a global entity that would critique its
regulatory standards and demand changes if it felt they were necessary. Bush
agreed to create a College of Supervisors.
According to The Washington Post,
it would “examine the books of major financial institutions that operate across
national borders so regulators could begin to have a more complete picture of
banks’ operations.”
Their scrutiny would extend to hedge funds and to
various “exotic” financial instruments. The International Monetary Fund (IMF), a
European-dominated operation, would conduct “regular vigorous reviews” of
American financial institutions and practices.
The European-dominated
College of Supervisors would also weigh in on issues like executive compensation
and investment practices.
There is nothing wrong with the substance of this
Experience is showing it is needed. But it is very wrong to
delegate these powers to unelected, international institutions with no political
We have a Securities and Exchange Commission appointed by
the president and confirmed by the Senate, both of whom are elected by the
American people. It is with the SEC, the Treasury, and the Federal Reserve that
financial accountability must take place.
The European Union achieved this
massive subrogation of American sovereignty the way it usually does, by
negotiation, gradual bureaucratic encroachment, and without asking the voters if
they approve.
What’s more, Bush appears to have gone down without a fight,
saving his debating time for arguing against the protectionism that France’s
Nicolas Sarkozy was pushing.
By giving Bush a seeming victory on a
moratorium against protectionism for one year, Sarkozy was able to slip over his
massive scheme for taking over the supervision of the U.S. economy.
kinds of political agendas are advancing under the cover of responding to the
global financial crisis.
Where Franklin Roosevelt saved capitalism by
regulating it, Bush, to say nothing of Obama, has given the government control
over our major financial and insurance institutions. And it isn’t even our
The power has now been transferred to the international
community, led by the socialists in the European Union. Will Obama govern from
the left? He doesn’t have to.
George W. Bush has done all the heavy lifting
for him. It was under Bush that the government basically took over as the chief
stockholder of our financial institutions and under Bush that we ceded our
financial controls to the European Union.
In doing so, he has done nothing
to preserve what differentiates the vibrant American economy from those dying
economies in Europe.
Why have 80 percent of the jobs that have been created
since 1980 in the industrialized world been created in the United States? How
has America managed to retain its leading 24 percent share of global
manufacturing even in the face of the Chinese surge?
How has the U.S. GDP
risen so high that it essentially equals that of the European Union, whose
population is 50 percent greater?
It has done so by an absence of stifling
regulation, a liberation of capital to flow to innovative businesses, low taxes,
and by a low level of unionization that has given business the flexibility to
grow and prosper.
Europe, stagnated by taxation and regulation, has grown by
a pittance while we have roared ahead. But now Bush — not Obama — Bush has given
that all up and caved in to European socialists.
The Bush legacy? European
socialism. Who needs enemies with friends like Bush?

Can Obama rescind this after he gets in office, or does he have
to live with the repercussions?

2 posted onThursday, November 20, 2008
2:42:56 PM
bystuartcr (If the
end doesn’t justify the means…why have different means?)

Yes, but is itcompassionate socialism?
3 posted onThursday, November 20, 2008
2:45:41 PM
bySIDENET (Hubba

I find myself wondering if Gore really would have been so bad
in 2000

5 posted onThursday, November 20, 2008
2:46:12 PM

And you thought I was just making that subject line up…

To: stuartcr
Does this mental pygmy in Washington have in effect the right
to enter into an ecomonic treaty like this without Congressional
Isn’t there SOME way to STOP this stooge from making an even BIGGER
mess than he already has????

6 posted onThursday, November 20, 2008
2:46:23 PM
byZULU (Non nobis, non
nobis Domine, sed nomini tuo da gloriam. God, guts and guns made America great.)

What’s the matter, bunky? I thought you guys were all down with that “Unitary Presidency” thing?

Next up –“Not-even-President-yet Obama retroactively kills the

Dow, Fearing Obama’s Socialist
Policies, Dives Another 445 Points

The Patriot Room ^| November 20, 2008 | Bill Dupray

Posted onThursday, November 20, 2008
4:25:59 PM
byBill Dupray

The Dow has dropped from
9625 to 7552, a total of 22%, since Barack Obama was elected 16
days ago.
The (soon to be bankrupt) New York Times never acknowledges that
Socialist policies are anti-capitalist and cause great damage to economies where
they are implemented. So we will point it out just to be sure everyone is aware
that Obama’s election has direct and dire consequences. The Dow lost another 5%
today afterfinishing yesterday at the lowest level since 2003.
More .
. .

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To: Bill Dupray
The market and most businesses have zero confidence and dread
of Obama. I know business owners who would have toughed it out if McCain had
won. They had layoff plans in case O won. The day after the election they laid
people off.

6 posted onThursday, November 20, 2008
4:32:17 PM

You know, I’ve been hearing this apochrypal crap ever since they lost, and I’m calling bullshit.

Usually this story ends with the small business owner scuttling his own business because he won’t be able to afford the new taxes each of them will have to bear (presumably, they all net more than $500,000 per year). Sometimes I hear the variant that they cut costs by only laying off people who voted for Obama (as if someone who worked for a Freeper would tellhim of all people such a piece of information).

It’s all bullshit.
Unless your “small business” is, say, Tiffany’s, you’re not going to be able to just shut down your business and take your marbles home with you. Any small business involves leases, contracts, equipment, loans, etc, etc
The only time you get to walk away from those is when you go into receivership.
Nor does anyone here explain how their friend of a friend of a friend who is doing this proposes to eat, pay rent, put food on their family, or make their car payments
Ifonly one of these apochrypal stories had evern a single bit of actual verifiable info (such as the name of the company, the name of the future John Galt impersonator), there might be a bit of credence associated with these tales of woe.
But there never is, so BULLSHIT, I says!

And of course, as usual, there has to be one threadkiller:

To: Bill Dupray
This economic crisis has nothing to do with the Obama election.
Those that say it does are just spreading political pablum that will end up
hurting those that feed on it. This economic crisis is a direct result of a very
powerful financial instrument that wasn’t fully regression tested – called
Credit Default Swaps.
The exposure to CDS contracts has brought down the
economies of the world, and we’re just getting started.
U.S. Presidents –
past, present, or future are powerless to stop it. It has to play itself out.

Congress is just standing in the path of a runaway train. They need to let
insolvent corporations go bankrupt. They’re just prolonging the financial agony
for all Americans.

12 posted onThursday, November 20,
2008 4:43:36 PM
(Palin-tology: (n) – The science of kicking Barack Obambi’s butt!)

Love that sig!!

And lastly, “He acted like he wanted to be president…for a little while”

Former Sen. Fred Thompson plans
return to acting

AP – Google ^| November 21, 2008 | Erik Schelzig

Posted onFriday, November 21, 2008
1:14:37 PM

Former U.S. Sen. Fred
Thompson is going back to the small screen after his foray into Republican
presidential politics over the last year.

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To: EveningStar
He acted like he wanted to be president…for a little

3 posted onFriday, November 21, 2008
1:20:54 PM

To: EveningStar
He never left acting and don’t you forget it.

4 posted onFriday, November 21, 2008
1:21:05 PM

Wow. When you get these guys’ hopes up and then yank away the football, they get testy.

To: Zuben Elgenubi
“He never left acting and don’t you forget it.”
Rush says
that politics is show business for unattractive people.

7 posted onFriday, November 21, 2008
1:23:59 PM

And radio is television for porky pill-popping patronizers of Dominican Republic prostitutes, no?

Well, it’s time to head for decontam and get this morass of moronity off us – and as a special surprise today, Elspeth has made a big plate of molasses cookies! Um, yummy!

Also, a shot from the Pirate Days festival that you’re gonna love:


5 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession With The Freeperati – it just keeps getting better!

  1. Just remember, these kind always eat their own.
    And I love watching the meltdown these freakin’ fools are undergoing right now. It’s been a long time coming.

  2. You’ve got to admit, that would explain a lot.
    Haven’t you for 8 years been sitting back wondering how anyone could be so incompetent as president? How anyone could take the Clinton boom and make it into an abject bust. Who would hunt for Afghanistan in Iraq?
    Now I see it has all been an 8 year plot to destroy the Repulican Party. What genius !

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