Today on Tommy T’s Obsession With The Freeperati – Freepers versus Bill-o edition

Good Monday morning, gentle people!
Doc got here early and changed the air fittings on the iso suits for us – much appreciated!
Let’s hook up and charge the airlock, shall we?
Don’t forget to keep positive air pressure in your suits – one whiff of the concentrated sleaze we’re about to encounter is enough to make you start setting fire to retirement homes so you can sift through the ashes for dental gold – or maybe even vote for Michelle Bachman…

First up – It’s the Free Republic / Bill-O throwdown !
Two “conservatives” enter – only one leaves…

Hey O’Reilly! Stuff a sock in it you bloviating windbag!

Free Republic
| May 27, 2009
| Jim Robinson

Posted onWednesday, May 27, 2009 9:09:17 PM byJim Robinson

Re: Your on-air bashing of Free Republic

So, you think that
because one poster on FR comments that a diabetic supreme court nominee
might not live to a ripe old age that all 350,000 of us are insensitive
right-wing loons?
Got news for you pal. The owner of Free
Republic (namely me) is diabetic and I’ve already lost one leg due to
this despicable disease and the other leg looks like it’s ready to fall
off any day now. My sister died of complications brought on by juvenile
diabetes at the tender age 43. I’ve out-lived her in years, but I don’t
think I’ll be signing on to any life term judgeships. And I sure as
hell wouldn’t wish this disease on anyone else.
Hey, what can I
say. My political enemies make fun of the one-legged old gimp every day
of the week. Good thing I’m not as sensitive as you about such
nonsensical non-issues.
And if it’s impossible for a minority to be racist, then it’s impossible for a diabetic to be insensitive. /sarc
But,
I do agree with you on one thing.We FReepers are a bunch of right-wing
loons
, bitterly clinging to our guns and religion. And proud of it you
elitist gasbag!
Name and town, name and town:
Jim Robinson Free Republic, LLC PO Box 9771 Fresno, CA 93794

Um, Jimbo – people don’t make fun of you because you’re one short in the leg department.
They make fun of you because you’re one short in the brain department.
Or if you do have a brain, you don’t use it because it wears down the batteries.

To: Jim Robinson
There is a reason he is known as “BO”

7
posted onWednesday, May 27, 2009 9:11:40 PM
bymylife
(The Roar Of The Masses Could Be Farts)

…another Freeper with an anal fixation…

To: Jim Robinson
Hear, hear! And I’m a Bill O’Reilly Premium Member.

11
posted onWednesday, May 27, 2009 9:12:21 PM
byGOP_Lady

Well, then, you’re stupid twice!
The fact that you’re giving money toboth of them actually makes you stupid four times, but who’s counting?

div class=”EC_a2 blockquote” style=”margin-left: 40px;”>To: Jim Robinson

He will run and hide Jim.

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posted onWednesday, May 27, 2009 9:13:25 PM
bymylife
(The Roar Of The Masses Could Be Farts)

As of last Friday, O’Reilly seems to not be hiding.
Maybe he’s researching places where Freepers can’t / won’t go? Maybe the Army?

div class=”EC_a2 blockquote” style=”margin-left: 40px;”>To: Jim Robinson

Good job!
The rest of us: FINISH THE FREEPATHON!

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posted onWednesday, May 27, 2009 9:14:32 PM
byJemian
(PAM of JT ~~ Caligula, just like his Kenyan ancestors, is selling his countrymen into slavery.)

Jesus on a hovercraft – is that bloody thing still going on??

To: Jim Robinson
Did that screwhead really go there again? I haven’t watched him since he called us a hate site a few years back.

35
posted onWednesday, May 27, 2009 9:16:30 PM
byDomandred
(Hope is the first step on the road to disappointment.)

You know – if these guys crawl any further up their own asses, they’re going to need CCTV to see the keyboard.

To: Jim Robinson

O’reilly always compares FR to the leftist
hate-sites in his stupid attempt to be “fair and balanced”. He hasn’t
got a clue how wrong he is. He keeps talking about “the loons on the
left and the right” when all the loons are on the left.

453
posted onThursday, May 28, 2009 1:51:30 PM
byozzymandus

Um – I just saw Jim Robinson himself describe this place and himself as “Right-wing loons”.
You guys havegot to make up your mind.

div class=”a2 blockquote” style=”margin-left: 40px;”>To: Jim Robinson

he has his conservative moments…then reverts to
some leftist tack…He blows up at scumbags like Barney Fag, but for
the wrong reasons(though I enjoyed immensely his dressing down of the
queer legislator).

He tends to be rather dumb…although I tend to agree with him a good chunk of the time…probably by serendipity.

he is an enigma, wrapped in a riddle etc. etc.

Thanks JimRob for dressing him down

462
posted onThursday, May 28, 2009 2:35:49 PM
byVaquero
(“an armed society is a polite society” Robert A. Heinlein)

As long as he blow up at “Barney Fag”, of course, he’s a enigma wrapped in a riddle wrapped in some used toilet paper.

div class=”a2 blockquote” style=”margin-left: 40px;”>To: CaribouCrossing

In my opinion, this forum would have been
wiser to respectfully contact O’Reilly and explain how one comment does
not reflect the views of the vast majority of those who post here.

That’s really rich.

The poster did not offend BOR, so it wasn’t any of O’Reilly’s business
to even pretend to be offended by a snide remark made on our forum.

Obviously you aren’t aware that BOR was once the darling of FR. Fact
is, his rise to the top of the FOX pedestal can be credited to his
popularity on Free Republic and other conservative forums.

Now
that BOR can’t hide his true Liberal colors he throws a temper tantrum
about Free Republic and YOU want Jim Rob to treat this man with
respect?! Unbelievable!

We made him, but he’s breaking himself against us.

I’d rather watch Nancy Grace than him..that’s how bad he is.

sw

471
posted onThursday, May 28, 2009 3:02:30 PM
byspectre
(Spectre’s wife)

“Tonight! Only on FOX – it’s Nancy Grace – ‘Not as bad as Bill O’Reilly!’ BE THERE!”

More internecine blood-letting after the jump, so hold hands…


Next up –Why can’t the new GOP tolerate moderates? Because they’retraitors!‏

If Reagan Tolerated GOP Moderates, Why Can’t Today’s Conservatives?

Pajamas Media ^

| May 4
| Rick Moran

Posted onMonday, May 04, 2009 4:25:32 PM byAJKauf
Two recent events have served to highlight some of the problems
facing the Republican Party as it gropes its way forward toward an
uncertain future.
The defection of Arlen Specter and the death
of Jack Kemp both highlight in their own way the biggest question that
will face the GOP for the foreseeable future: whether to build a
majority party based on an ever-narrowing definition of who can join
and receive support from the Republican Party or accept that there are
different kinds of Republicans in different areas of the country who
should have a say in party affairs.
Arlen Specter’s defection
says little about the GOP and much more about Specter himself, whom
liberal Jonathan Chait referred to as an “unprincipled hack.”
Nevertheless, Specter’s move across the aisle has intensified the
conversation over ideological purity in the Republican Party and set
off a bitter debate among conservatives and moderates over tactics and
strategy.
Activists and ideologues will tell you that they want
candidates to adhere to “first principles” and that anyone who strays
from their narrow interpretation of those principles should be shown
the door. But is our understanding of these principles an intellectual
monolith that brooks no deviation and no independent thought about what
they actually mean? Can Republicans from differing parts of the country
define these principles in different ways and still be thought of as
party members?..

To: AJKauf
Reagan’s moderates are today’s Far right.

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posted onMonday, May 04, 2009 4:28:30 PM
byLittle Pig
(Is it time for “Cowboys and Islamofanatics” yet?)

.

And Reagan’s far right are today’s Freepers.

To: AJKauf
We can stand modeRats…just as soon as we pull their knifes out of our backs…
8
posted onMonday, May 04, 2009 4:29:57 PM
byrightwingextremist1776

Ah the oldDolchstosslegendealive and well in the new GOP!

To: roses of sharon; All
You mean like some former Reagan officials
going ga ga over Obama?? You mean like some former Reagan officials
going over to third parties??

14
posted onMonday, May 04, 2009 4:35:29 PM
byKevinDavis
(Now a member of the NRA)

See what I mean?

To: KevinDavis
Yep, obviously any old Reagan “official” who follows Hussein’s cult is useless to us.
22
posted onMonday, May 04, 2009 4:44:09 PM
byroses of sharon
(Pray Hussein fails!)

Cheney-reagan

Ok – what’s next?
Oh yeah –Colin gives Freepers heartburn!

Colin Powell Bashes Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin and GOP

Newsbusters ^


Posted onWednesday, May 06, 2009 10:14:23 AM bySub-Driver
Colin Powell Bashes Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin and GOP By Noel Sheppard Created 2009-05-06 10:31
Former
Secretary of State Colin Powell has once again bashed conservative talk
show host Rush Limbaugh as well as Alaska Governor Sarah Palin while
going a step further this time by piling on the GOP.
Following
up on last December’s acrimonious interview [0] with CNN’s Fareed
Zakaria, Powell told corporate security executives Monday, “The
Republican Party is in deep trouble” adding “I think what Rush
[Limbaugh] does as an entertainer diminishes the party and intrudes or
inserts into our public life a kind of nastiness that we would be
better to do without.”
As CongressDaily reported [1] Tuesday, that’s not all that’s bothering Powell:
“The Republican Party is in deep trouble,” Powell told corporate
security executives at a conference in Washington sponsored by Fortify
Software Inc. The party must realize that the country has changed, he
said. “Americans do want to pay taxes for services,” he said.
“Americans are looking for more government in their life, not less.”
Which
Americans want to pay more taxes, General? You mean the top 50 percent
of wage earners that currently pays 97 percent of all federal income
taxes collected wants to pay more? Or how about the bottom 50 percent?
Are THEY asking to pay more? But I digress:
He blasted radio
commentator Rush Limbaugh, saying he does not believe that Limbaugh or
conservative icon Ann Coulter serve the party well. He said the party
lacks a “positive” spokesperson. “I think what Rush does as an
entertainer diminishes the party and intrudes or inserts into our
public life a kind of nastiness that we would be better to do without,”
Powell said.
He also said that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin,
McCain’s running mate last year, is “a very accomplished person” but
became “a very polarizing figure.” He said the polarization was created
by Palin’s advisers.
General Powell in one breath claimed
Limbaugh “inserts into our public life a kind of nastiness that we
would be better to do without,” but seems to conveniently ignore the
undeserving vitriol and animus directed at Palin by the presidential
ticket he supported last year as well as by the overwhelming majority
of media members.
The polarization was created by Palin’s advisers? How about the media’s role in this polarization, General?
Wasn’t
it actually the vicious attacks by liberal press members that made the
Governor a polarizing figure? Wasn’t that actually their intent from
the day she was announced as McCain’s running mate?
Honestly,
when you read opinions like this from such an obviously intelligent
gentleman, you have to wonder what world he’s currently living in.

To: Sub-Driver
Well Colon Bowell is a racist. Black skin uber alles!

3
posted onWednesday, May 06, 2009 10:15:45 AM
bySolidWood
(Palin: “We do not want to becomes laves of Washington.”)

You knew that was coming, didn’t you?

To: Sub-Driver
Someone tell me why I should listen to this old racist?
(If Powell isn’t a racist, list all the inexperienced white radical liberals Powell has supported.)

4
posted onWednesday, May 06, 2009 10:15:50 AM
byMeanWestTexan
(Beware Obama’s Reichstag Fire.)

To: Sub-Driver
Who let ‘im out ‘da house?”
5
posted onWednesday, May 06, 2009 10:16:04 AM
bynorraad
(“What light!”>Blues Brothers)

Hyuck hyuck hyuck – why I did, massa norrad! Deed I did!

To: Sub-Driver
“Americans do want to pay taxes for services,” he said. “Americans are looking for more government in their life, not less.”
Man, I used to like this dude!

10
posted onWednesday, May 06, 2009 10:18:03 AM
byTx Angel

That was before someone “let him out of the house”.

To: Doogle
He is a despicable scum

14
posted onWednesday, May 06, 2009 10:19:51 AM
byNYC Republican
(This Too Shall Pass- in 8 years.. how much destruction will they create?)

“Powell served two tours of duty in Vietnam, and as a battalion commander in Korea. He later commanded the 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) andV Corps, United States Army in Europe, and was Commander in Chief ofForces Command, headquartered at Fort McPherson, Georgia. General Powell was the 12th Chairman of theJoint Chiefs of Staff from October 1, 1989 until September 30, 1993, serving under bothPresident George H.W. Bush andPresident Bill Clinton.

General Powell has been the recipient of numerous U.S. military
decorations, including the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Bronze
Star Medal, and the Purple Heart. His civilian awards include the
Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Congressional Gold Medal, and an
honorary knighthood (Knight Commander of the Bath) from the Queen of
England. He retired from the U.S. Army in 1993.”

Yep – scum doesn’t get much more despicable than that.

To: Sub-Driver
Powell is a traitor.

18
posted onWednesday, May 06, 2009 10:20:45 AM
byBig_Harry
( Thank God I am an “Infidel”!)

And you guys think that I name these threads frivolously…

To: RexBeach
When Powell endorsed Obama his justifications for
jumping party were simply vacuous. His remarks today have not shown
that he has done any thinking in the meantime.
When he endorsed Obama I said this, “Powell knows that history-or at
least historians- will treat him much kinder because of this
endorsement. Powell senses that a watershed has been reached in America
and probably for the rest of his life Democrats are going to run the
show.
Powell has been the perfect apparatchik his whole career.
He has been consistently one might say, cynically, on the “correct”
side of every issue. History will call him David Gergen in uniform.

34
posted onWednesday, May 06, 2009 10:26:01 AM
bynathanbedford
(“Attack, repeat attack!” Bull Halsey)

And history will call you a racist thug in a diaper.
Considering you choose as a screenname and an avatar a so-called man whomassacred unarmed Union soldiers because they were black. , I think I can safely call you a shit-eating dog and a bigoted piece of worm food. In addition, I see a future for you that includes being the towel boy at a black-frequented bathhouse.
You’re puke on a stick, “nathanbedfordforrest” – both of you.

My – that felt good.
“attack, repeat attack”.

And lastly, I give you –Freepers don’t have time to bleed. Piss and moan, maybe.‏

Ventura Takes Shots At Torture, Coleman

Star-Tribune ^

| 5/18/09
| Bob von Sternberg

Posted onMonday, May 18, 2009 3:08:52 PM bysteve-b
Continuing his book promotion media tour, former Gov. Jesse Ventura
today resumed his blunt criticism of the Bush administration’s
interrogation policies and took another shot at former Sen. Norm
Coleman.
Appearing on ABC’s “The View” talk show this morning, Ventura called the waterboarding of suspected terrorists “torture.”
“If this country follows the rule of law — which we do — torture is
against the law,” he said, adding, “I’m ashamed of my country.”…
He was less harsh about Minnesota’s still-unresolved Senate race than he was last week when he called Coleman “a hypocrite.”
“It appears [Al] Franken won,” he said, contending that when the state
Supreme Court rules on the election results “it should end there.”

Impotent Freeper whine-a-thon starting in five…four…three…two…

To: steve-b
jesse “the body”, what a complete AS* HOLE, if your so
ashamed of your country ( water boarding ) DON’T LET THE DOOR HIT YOU
AS YOU LEAVE
4
posted onMonday, May 18, 2009 3:12:09 PM
bypeace with honor
( they)

How about he throws you through the door instead without opening it first?

When wingnuts meet wrestlers…

To: steve-b
I’m ashamed of my countryPiss off Jesse, I’m ashamed of you.

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posted onMonday, May 18, 2009 3:15:46 PM
bytx_eggman
(Clinton was our first black President … Obama is our first French President.)

I’d pay good money to see any of these numbnuts say any of this to Ventura’s face.

To: stratboy
just one of Soros’s buttboyz..

15
posted onMonday, May 18, 2009 3:18:22 PM
byNormsRevenge
(Semper Fi … Godspeed.)

Especially that.

To:steve-b
L-O-S-E-R. Hard to believe he was a SEAL.

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posted onMonday, May 18, 2009 3:24:38 PM
bySig Sauer P220
(The great object is that every man be armed. – Patrick Henry)

Hay – it’s hard to believe you are an impotent jerk-off who would last about 5 seconds less than Mancow Mueller on the waterboard, but…Well, not so hard to believe, actually.

To: steve-b
The man is an ex-Navy Seal, and has even given
the commencement address at BUD/S before. To say that I am shocked at
what he considers torture is an understatement. What he went through
during BUD/S and Hell Week in order to become a Navy Seal is a million
times closer to torture that the so called enhanced interrogation
techniques used against the clear enemies of the country he swore an
oath to defend.
I don’t know what to say other than I am speechless and the world has clearly finally gone insane.

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posted onMonday, May 18, 2009 3:29:31 PM
byMGMSwordsman

Cognitatve dissonance is always painful. Eventually, you’ll start to figure it out.
If Sully could get a clue, you can, too.

Well, that’s it for another week – thanks for reading, and for not laughing and pointing.
Adios, muchachos!

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6 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession With The Freeperati – Freepers versus Bill-o edition

  1. daryljfontaine says:

    Thanks for continuing to wade through the shit week after week. I hope you take long, relaxing showers.
    I do not envy you the task of plunging into the sheer bile of the George Tiller threads, if John Cole’s site is any indicator.
    D

  2. MapleStreet says:

    How do you stand it?
    But, hey, hands off Jesse Ventura.
    The funny part was I saw that interview. Who would have thought of all the republican governors, senators, ex-presidents and ex-president’s staff…
    The hooded wrestler is the one who looks sane.

  3. robert green says:

    wait…wait…a fucking minutemen song (“the roar of the masses could be farts”) QUOTED AS THE TAG OF A FREEPER??????
    d boon better have a giant sized coffin, nay a mausoleum big enough for his fat genius leftist populist ass to be abel to spin fast enough to handle this.

  4. DaveyK says:

    > He tends to be rather dumb…although I tend to agree with him a good chunk of the time…probably by serendipity.
    Right…serendipity. Must be the serendipity.

  5. leinie says:

    Tommy, you got linked by the GOS! Does that make donning the suit a little easier?

  6. Tommy T says:

    Guys – there are George Tiller threads galore, of course.
    I just haven’t been able to bring myself to go through them yet.
    It’s just too heartrendingly sad to even begin.
    Even I have limits.

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