Today on Tommy T’s Obsession With The Freeperati – the company you creep

Good morning, fellow travelers! It’s time to get suited up and plunge in to deepest darkest Freeperville.
Just don’t make eye contact, and everything will be ok.
Let’s open up the first drum of insanity and see what bubbles up, shall we?

Believe it or not, they’restill flogging the birth certificate non-issue.
Presented for your approval –

WhenLittle Green Footballs says *you’re* a nutcase – well…‏

Nirth Certifikit Kookery: Promoted by Truthers and Paulians
Little Green Footballs ^| December 8, 2008
Posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 8:46:59 AM byScarchin
Anyone want to guess which idiotbloggers are taking part in these nirth certifikit conference calls?

Each week a small group of people running websites and blogs dedicated to the story participate in a conference call to discuss the latest news and how to advance the story. Between 5 and 10 people call in, most of whom know little about each other except for their shared interest in Obama’s citizenship.

One of the frequent participants in the conference calls is Bob Schultz, who heads the “We the People Foundation” which has raised tens of thousands of dollars raising questions about Obama’s background and promoting Berg’s legal action with full-page ads in the Washington Times, Chicago Tribune and the conservative newspaper Human Events. The group is now eyeing buys in the New York Post and USA Today.

Schultz’s Web site, which had previously been dedicated to promoting Rep. Ron Paul’s (R-Texas) insurgent presidential campaign, hosts an array of documents and web videos offering conflicting arguments – that Obama was born outside of the United States, or that he lost his citizenship upon moving to Indonesia with his mother and step father and then must have re-entered the United States illegally.

To those of you still clinging desperately to the hope that this story will be a magic bullet that disqualifies Obama from being president: doesn’t it bother you just a little bit that you’re joining forces with Paulians and 9/11 Truthers?

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I wonder what folks who are obsessing over this plan on doing when it amounts to nothing.
1 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 8:46:59 AM byScarchin

To:Scarchin; LucyT;pissant;FreeAtlanta
Little Green Footballs thinkswe are kooks ping.

3 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 8:49:13 AM byautumnraine (Churchill: ” we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall never surrender”)

To: Scarchin
If it amounts to nothing, why not show the valid certificate,
or college records?

4 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 8:50:15 AM byLesforlife

I just love these guys. It’s hard to tell if they really believe this crap, or if the consequences of not playing this trope at full white-noise volume in their mental crystal radios are too hideous for them to deal with.

To: Scarchin
I wonder what folks who are obsessing over this plan on doing when it amounts to nothing.Post 30 threads a day, sputtering and sobbing, “B-B-B-BUT HE’S A KENYAN!!!” as Obama sits in the Oval Office, signing important legislation that completely flies under our radar as Free Republic has turned into Conspiracy Central, posting nothing but Leo Donofrio’s latest blog entries as all the rational FReepers have given up and left and no real news gets posted here and commented on anymore.

6 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 8:55:53 AM byDrew68

Rational Freepers.
Jumbo shrimp.
Military intelligence.
Legal brief.
Loose tights.
And by “no real news”, I assume that he means ranting about the death of Vince Foster and such…

To: Scarchin
I wonder what folks who are obsessing over this plan on doing when it amounts to nothing.
They’ll have a conniption fit over it. Charles saw quite a while ago the potential for moonbattery in this topic, so he put the kibosh on it on his own site. A wise move, in my opinion. When imagination takes over memes develop which take a straightforward topic into dangerously goofy territory. The left is obviously playing this tendency for all it’s worth.

18 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 9:10:42 AM bySkid Marx

It tickles me mightily to watch them callingeach other “moonbats”. Personally, I think they should address this burning issue Kilkenny-cats fashion, but then I’d be out of a job.

To: Scarchin
I wonder what folks who are obsessing over this plan on doing when it amounts to nothing.

The same could be asked of you about the constitution. I’m guessing you’ll curl up in the fetal position and refuse to fight.

21 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 9:11:22 AM bycripplecreek (The poor bastards have us surrounded.)

To: cripplecreek
Be specific – what do you mean by “fight”?
Sitting on your computer all day?

24 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 9:13:27 AM byScarchin (Withholding judgement)

To: Scarchin
While I realize you’re hoping that I’ll propose some kind of violent action so you can run to the moderators with it I’ll say yes I intend to continue writing to my congressman and demanding some action.
What will you do?

30 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 9:16:45 AM bycripplecreek (The poor bastards have us surrounded.)

Ok, boys – we’ll settle this once and for all.
Here – take these knives, climb down into this 15′ deep by 8′ wide hole in the ground, and settle this like men.
After there’s a victor, I can fill in the hole.

The wheels continue to come off for our amusement after the jump, so…


…wait for it…


You know – maybe I can’t blame them.
The world as they know it is about to come to an end.
A young articulate black man handily beat an old grumpy white guy even after he pulled out his secret weapon Nanookie Of The North, the Permanent Republican Majority(tm) that Karl Rove promised them has gone up in smoke, and lassiez-faire capitalism has turned on them and bitten a large chunk out of their asses, and is now patiently waiting for them to bleed out.
Is it any wonder they’re depressed?

And could it possibly be more entertaining?

Glad you asked!

How’s that residency suit thing coming along, Freepers?

Looks likeHigh court takes a pass – Frepers take a dump‏!

High Court takes Pass on Obama REsidency Suit
Daily Herald ^| AP
Posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 9:44:10 AM byFroggie
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has turned down an emergency appeal from a New Jersey man who says President-elect Barack Obama is ineligible to be president because he was a British subject at birth.
The court did not comment on its order Monday rejecting the call by Leo Donofrio of East Brunswick, New Jersey, to intervene in the presidential election. Donofrio says that since Obama had dual nationality at birth — his mother was American and his Kenyan father at the time was a British subject — he cannot possibly be a “natural born citizen,” one of the requirements the Constitution lists for eligibility to be president.
Donofrio also contends that two other candidates, Republican John McCain and Socialist Workers candidate Roger Calero, also are not natural-born citizens and thus ineligible to be president.
At least one other appeal over Obama’s citizenship remains at the court. Philip J. Berg of Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania, argues that Obama was born in Kenya, not Hawaii as Obama says and the Hawaii secretary of state has confirmed.
Berg says Obama also may be a citizen of Indonesia, where he lived as a boy. Federal courts in Pennsylvania have dismissed Berg’s lawsuit.

…and told him never to darken their door again, unless he’s delivering their pizza…

1 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 9:44:10 AM byFroggie


To: Froggie
Isn’t it odd that all these “news” agencies can report with lightening speed on the SC rejection…but you hardly heard from them when the case was filed… i am not surprised

4 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 9:49:22 AM bySueRae

Did they report it too fast for you? Or did they just use too many big words?
Maybe they should have waited until after your nap to tell you – right when you have that first sip of Long Island Tea in your mouth?

To: Froggie
stand fast—this may well eventually prove to be our Alamo!
Semper Fidelis
Dick G

5 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 9:49:30 AM bygunnyg

Next they’ll be fighting over who gets to wear the coonskin cap and be Davy Crockett…

To: Froggie
Declined without comment? Someone isscared sh*tless about this case.

14 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 9:58:27 AM byCenturion2000 (To protect and defend … against all enemies, foreign and domestic … by any means necessary.)

You misspelled “Tickled”.

To: gunnyg
stand fast—this may well eventually prove to be our Alamo!
Hmm. You mean we rally around the cause, but are hopelessly outnumbered, fight on, and are all killed to the last man. But eventually the place we fought becomes a major tourist attractionand bad movies are made about our heroic stand? With my luck Jack Black would play Jack Black.
15 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 9:58:31 AM byJack Black

While people munch popcorn and laugh, yes.

To: Jack Black
“You mean we rally around the cause, but are hopelessly outnumbered, fight on, and are all killed to the last man…”

I mean this could be the point from which things could start back to bite them in the @$$!
Who knows, there may be more out there than we suspect with operating brains and grit in their hearts—the fat broad ain’t sung yet…

22 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 10:03:47 AM bygunnyg

Perhaps – but I hear she’s scheduled to sing at the Inauguration.

To: Tallguy
“So the strongest (IMO) suit against Obama has been dismissed.” You’re wrong. The strongest suit by far is the one by Alan Keyes. He was a presidential candidate; has standing to bring such a suit, and has addressed the ramifications of ineligible person holding the office therein.
If HIS suit is dismissed, and we don’t all take to the streets, then we’re just a bunch of “fair weather patriots”!

30 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 10:17:36 AM byROLF of the HILL COUNTRY ( The Constitution needs No interpreting, only APPLICATION!)

I’m currently taking bets on the probability of these Keyboard Kommandos taking to the streets.
Offering good odds, too.

What we really have here is a case of:


You can almost understand the fixation on Supreme Court decisions that are never gonna happen, because that’s the only hope they have left now.

And now a word from Supreme Justice Bluto Blutarski !‏

Vanity | December 8, 2008 | Judges Gone Wild
Posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 1:22:28 PM byJudges Gone Wild
I just phoned the State of Hawaii Dept. of Health. I told the lady that they had decided for the rest of the states that we are a nation of men, not laws. Hawaii has decided for the rest of us that Obama need not prove that he is an American citizen because Hawaii has sealed his birth records. I pledged to boycott products made in Hawaii and to never set foot in Hawaii. Then I wished her Merry Christmas. Here is the contact info: (808) 586-4400. Kinau Hale, 1250 Punchbowl St., Honolulu, HI 96813 CANCEL YOUR VACATION! HIT THEM IN THE POCKETBOOK!

Oh yeah – that’ll work.

To: Judges Gone Wild
Guess you sure showed them. [/sarc]
3 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 1:25:40 PM byarderkrag (Liberty Walking (

To: Judges Gone Wild
CANCEL YOUR VACATION! Hummmm, thatis a good idea. If they see their income dropping off they will want to know why and how do they stop the drop.

No Hawaii vacations.

11 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 1:31:03 PM byTLI ( ITINERIS IMPENDEO VALHALLA)

That’ll teach them. Some wingnut who will never have more than next month’s rent in his bank account calling up some perplexed tourist agent to rant and rave about birth certificates, and then cancel the Hawaii vacation that he’ll never be able to afford.

To: Judges Gone Wild
I’m boycotting Free Republic until this silliness goes away.
That changes everything, doesn’t it?

22 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 1:50:12 PM bySaxxonWoods (Charter Member, 58 Million Club)

That sarcasm tag is getting a workout this week, innit?

To: Star Traveler
With this kind of “help” no wonder many people don’t take the demand to show eligibility seriously.

28 posted onMonday, December 08, 2008 1:59:28 PM byarrogantsob (Hero vs Zero)


Well, enough of that – how about some :Scheer lunacy!‏

Republicans brought socialism to America
San Francisco Chronicle ^| 12/10/8 | Robert Scheer, Creators Syndicate Inc.
Posted onWednesday, December 10, 2008 9:41:47 AM bySmithL
Let the record show that it was George W. Bush, the rich Texas Republican, who brought socialism to America, so don’t blame it on that African American Chicago Democrat community organizer who made it into the White House. The government takeover of the banking and automobile industries not only happened on President Bush’s watch, it was also the deregulatory mania of this president’s family, beginning with his father, which took this country into such starkly unfamiliar territory.
What a betrayal of unfettered free market capitalism. And who would have thought that it would be the candidates backed by conservative pundits Bill O’Reilly and Rush Limbaugh who made it possible? You actually could trace the destruction of corporate capitalism to the much-ballyhooed “Reagan Revolution” of the movie actor who got his main training for the presidency as a huckster for General Electric, where he honed the message of “getting government off our backs.” The revolution of unfettered corporate capitalism led to an era of unfettered corporate greed, which sowed the seeds of its own destruction.

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To: SmithL
I have to admit that there’s some truth to what he says here.

7 posted onWednesday, December 10, 2008 9:48:27 AM byB-Chan (Catholic. Monarchist. Texan. Any questions?)

A reflective voice, quickly shouted down…

To: SmithL
Scheer madness. George Bush caused cosmic rays, mad cow disease, Islamic terrorism and paper cuts. But don’t you dare blame the coming socialism on that socialist community organizer who is about to occupy the former White House.

8 posted onWednesday, December 10, 2008 9:48:59 AMbySender (Never lose your ignorance; you can never regain it!)

Yep – the great and all-powerful Wizard Of O’s has been responsible for socialism even before his birth!
That’s how powerfulhe is!

To: P8riot
Woodrow Wilson brought socialism to America. I say it was Lincoln. From Illinois, go figure.

23 posted onWednesday, December 10, 2008 10:01:20 AM bysouthlake_hoosier (… One Nation, Under God…)

Then, I guess that whole “calling the GOP the party of Lincoln to deflect criticism for being rascists” thing is out the window now, eh? Pity, that.

Next up –ZOMG! I just noticed there are blacks in commercials now!! WTF?!?!?111‏

I have HAD IT with the PC Commercials!!!!!!!!!!!!
GOP Mike’s Blog ^| 12/11/08 | GOP Mike
Posted onThursday, December 11, 2008 10:37:00 AM

To my Conservative Friends: I find myself after a long day of work, trying to catch a game or the O’Reilly factor and I have to sit through commercial after commercial of the most annoying politically correct garbage there is…
It seems to be every commercial portrays the white, conservative male as a bumbling idiotic fool who can’t hammer in a nail, while his Oh-so-cool, all-together wife is so calm, cool and collected and has everything figured out!!!! It is open season on the middle-aged white, conservative male. Women and minorities are off limits… The ultimate fear for companies and ad people is to be called sexist, or worse… raaaacist!!!
I mean, c’mon, once in a while is ok and even amusing, but every time the white-male has to be made a fool of?? And who is the audience they most likely are targeting to buy their crap – is us white-males!!!!
We have all seen the PC guy/Mac commercials that portray the PC guy as an absolute fool, a little overweight, not-so attractive, while Mac guy is thin, young and sooo cool and hip (although if this is the type of guy women like, I am really behind the times – how about a shower, shave and a haircut for this hippie???)..
A few examples for your viewing pleasure:

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In case you hadn’t noticed, shit-for-brains, TV has been making fun of the white male head-of-household since – oh, say – 1955 or so. You know, those golden days you yearn to return to?

It’s called parody. You take the authority figure and make him look silly.

Damn you, Hugh Beaumont! Damn you to Hell!!

Every commercial is like that now. The white guy is dumb, his wife knows he is dumb. Some hip minority person is there etc etc. the only solutions – which I am taking is cancelling cable and the TV. Find ahooby, take a walk, use your computer, rent a non-lib movie. etc. After Fox News sold out a month before the election is the final straw.

3 posted onThursday, December 11, 2008 10:40:06 AM byFrantzie

Groovy! You guys can all ship your plasma flat-screens to me. Address sent.

The men in those Apple commercials do not depict computerusers, but the computers themselves.
4 posted onThursday, December 11, 2008 10:40:57 AM byPetronski (For the next few years, Gethsemane will not be marginal. We will know that garden. — Cdl. Stafford)

To: Frantzie
5 posted onThursday, December 11, 2008 10:42:05 AM byTravis T. OJustice (Change is not a destination, just as hope is not a strategy.)

And who is the audience they most likely are targeting to buy their crap – is us white-males!!!!

I have noticed an influx of African American commercials since the Exaulted One was elected.

10 posted onThursday, December 11, 2008 10:48:16 AM bySouthDixie (We are but angels with one wing, it takes two to fly.)

ZOMG! BBDO Worldwide has been infiltrated by the darkies! Is nothing scared??

To: SouthDixie
Yeah me too. And also mildly African-American voices on radio commercials.

14 posted onThursday, December 11, 2008 10:55:18 AM by2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten

Mildly African-American?

Mildly African-american???
Why can’t they all talk like Fitty Cent?
Just think – even Free republic could be affected!
Imagine opening up your web browser and seeing this:

Pressho` builds on Obama to release his Blagojevich contacts

Sunday, December 14, 2008 4:41:37 AM · byPasorBob ·15 replies · 342+ views

Las Angeles Times ^ | 12/13/2008 | Andrew Malcolm
From a practical point uh view, if everydin` be above board, what’s to hide? From a political communications and PR point uh view, da atypically clumsy silence and delay crfeedes doubts among even some Democrats, an information vacuum that opponents seek to fill wid items likes dis video below and that gots turned what could have been a one- o` two-day state scandal sto`y into nearly a week-long saga now involvin` a new national leader who promised to change da way da people’s business be done. All uh which also distracts from da message da Obama camp would prefer be…

Area dawg leads Obama challenge (Birth Certificate)

Sunday, December 14, 2008 4:14:06 AM · by2ndDivisionVet ·13 replies · 324+ views

The Saratogian / da Associated Press ^ | December 12, 2008 | Paul Post
QUEENSBURY — A local man’s challenge uh President-elect Barack Obama’s citizenship gots been garnerin` national attention, if not credibility. Robert Schulz uh Queensbury be da founda and chairman uh We da People, a group dedicated to upholding strict adherence to da state and U.S. constitutions. He says dere’s compelling evidence that Obama was born in Kenya, not on U.S. soil, which he contends would make him ineligible to become president. On Thursday, Schulz mailed letters to all members uh da Electoral College, askin` dem to delay da Dec. 15 uhficial ballotin` until da citizenship questions be cleared up. “We really…

N. Ko`ea not a ‘nuclear power,’ but gots nukes: U.S. uhficial

Sunday, December 14, 2008 4:09:37 AM · byTigerLikessRooster ·3 replies · 94+ views

Yonhap News ^ | 12/13/08 | Hwang Doo-hyong
N. Ko`ea not a ‘nuclear power,’ but gots nukes: U.S. uhficial By Hwang Doo-hyong wushINGTON, Dec. 13 (Yonhap) — A senior Pentagon uhficial reiterated on Saturday that da U.S. government duz not accept No`th Ko`ea as a nuclear power, but added that he undastands Pyongyang gots several nuclear bombs. “Our objective be to make sho` No`th Ko`ea duz not keep that capability,” said da uhficial, who spoke on condition uh anonymity due to da sensitivity uh da besue. da United States gots been facing skepticism ova its policy uh not regarding da No`th as a nuclear power, in light uh…

Da horruh.
Da horruh.

People are just now getting wise to this?It’s been standard fare for commercials and sit-coms since the beginnning of radio.
Fibber McGee, Life of Riley, Honeymooners and on and on.
Stumble-bum Dad can’t do anything but wise Mom, and even wiser kids, can do it all.
I have to admit, as a man, I can drive a nail but it took a LOT of practice before I hug a woman and manage a four-hooker bra.

Even more when it’s not on a Real Doll…

Now, it:Loving that Dubya – not so much edition‏

White House breathes new life into auto bailout
Marketwatch ^| Dec. 12, 2008 10:28 a.m. EST | y Rex Nutting & Greg Robb, MarketWatch
Posted onFriday, December 12, 2008 10:57:33 AM byErnest_at_the_Beach
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — The Treasury Department said Friday that it would step in and lend funds to the Big Three auto makers until Congress has time to consider a long-term rescue package next year.
Talks on a rescue package broke down in the Senate late Thursday night, making action on a bailout impossible until 2009.

“Because Congress failed to act, we will stand ready to prevent an imminent failure until Congress reconvenes and acts to address the long-term viability of the industry,” Treasury spokeswoman Brooklyn McLaughlin said in a statement.
White House spokeswoman Dana Perino said the funds to aid the sector would come from the Troubled Asset Relief Program.
The decision to use TARP funds is a shift in the White House’s previous position that the $700 billion should be used only to stabilize the financial sector. However, the head of the Government Accountability Office testified last week that the wording of the legislation was flexible enough to authorize loans to the auto industry.

“A precipitous collapse of this industry would have a severe impact on our economy, and it would be irresponsible to further weaken and destabilize our economy at this time,” Perino said. “Under normal economic conditions we would prefer that markets determine the ultimate fate of private firms.”
Perino also said the government wouldn’t offer a blank check.

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So – ya still wanna have a beer with him?

To: Ernest_at_the_Beach
Impeach Bush.

4 posted onFriday, December 12, 2008 10:59:51 AM byNonstatist

Maybe not.

To: Ernest_at_the_Beach
bush should be thrown out of the party for this. this is the final straw. he is no conservative and no republican.

6 posted onFriday, December 12, 2008 11:00:57 AM byphilsfan24

To: Rum Tum Tugger
Bush is either the most arrogant man in the world or the dumbest. And to think that I voted for him twice and donated to his campaign. I’m going to go vomit now.

19 posted onFriday, December 12, 2008 11:07:05 AM byMikeWUSAF (Extreme vitriol and rancorous replies served daily. – Mike W USAF)

To: Puppage
I wonder if W has enough time to make one more trip to Africa and bail out that continent. The last time he went he pledged $50billion for AIDS relief.

22 posted onFriday, December 12, 2008 11:09:05 AM bydoosee

To: Ernest_at_the_Beach
More compassionate conservatism (big government liberalism with a Texas twang). He’s pretty generous with our money. Trying to play Hoover to Obama’s FDR.

7 posted onFriday, December 12, 2008 11:00:57 AM bypeyton randolph
How nice of you to notice.
And that’s pretty much the way the history books will note it.

I’d excerpt some more, but it gets really nasty after that.

Last putrid offering:
Don’t be cheery, or:“The GOP is dead to me”

Why Conservatives Shouldn’t Be Cheery
npr ^| December 12, 2008 | Matt Continetti
Posted onFriday, December 12, 2008 12:30:38 PM byredk
My conservative friends have been filled with cheer during this holiday season, savoring recent GOP victories and reveling in Democratic scandals. But it is far too early for them to break out the egg nog. The GOP remains in serious trouble.

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To: redk
Oh, puhleaze! Let us enjoy our little moments;Lord knows there won’t be many of them in the next 2-8 years.

5 posted onFriday, December 12, 2008 12:35:46 PM byZirconEncrustedTweezers (God helps those who help themselves. The government helps those who don’t.)

To which I can only say:

To: redk
I’m glad I saw this article here because I reminds me of why I SHOULD be cheery. I deserve nothing good and only deserve to be burning in Hell this very minute. It’s only by the unmerited favor of God I have any rights, joy, or pleasure. Being kicked in the head for 23 hours a day and eating razor blades for the other hour is better than I deserve. But not only do I now have to burn in Hell or eat razor blades, I get the joy of serving the Lord and the hope entering into His rest when I die.
Merry Christmas and remember the miry clay you were pulled out of and never have to go back into.

21 posted onFriday, December 12, 2008 1:26:04 PM bydemshateGod(the GOP is dead to me)

“The GOP is dead to me.”

“The GOP is dead to me.”

Say it. Savour it.

“The GOP is dead to me.”

Now I need a cigarette.
And I don’t even smoke.

Well, folks, time once more to draw the curtains on the smoking ruins of what was once the GOP’s base – the only ones they could count on to support every horrible policy and their racist, misogynistic, addle-pated, short-sighted, self-serving, class-warfare-loving, hateful, spiteful, brainless, dickless, hopeless, heartless, fat-ass, bug-eyed, stiff-legged, spotty-lipped, worm-headed sack of monkey shit…

Sorry – started channeling Chevy Chase for a second there…

You guys all know where the exits are – me, I’m going to hang around for a while and enjoy the trainwreck that was once the GOP’s pride and joy.
(Or perhaps the crazy uncle you keep locked in the attic)

Oh – and some people have asked me for a pic so they can put a face with the name.
Happy to oblige.

I’m the one on the stage with the white Rickenbacker bass.

See ya around!

7 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession With The Freeperati – the company you creep

  1. If HIS suit is dismissed, and we don’t all take to the streets, then we’re just a bunch of “fair weather patriots”!
    Yeahhh, that’s gonna happen.
    I doubt even that poster will bother to “take it to the streets.” Of course, he’ll still tell himself he’s the ruffest, tuffest patriot that ever walked the mean streets…

  2. I believe it. This weekend at a local fast foot restaurant, the table next to mine had a lady preaching about how he wasn’t even a citizen but that they were gonna cover it up.
    I really wanted to know why the courts that gave Bush the presidency would cover up such a clear constitutional issue?

  3. “Do you use the Rick-O-Sound, or run it mono?”
    Posted by: caliph garrett
    Mono. Stage rig is two 2×15 loaded with guitar 15’s pushed by a SUNN 2000S head. It’s heaven.

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