Today on Tommy T’s Obsession With The Freeperati – RINOS versus the Freepers edition

Good Monday morning, everyone! Let’s get suited up and head into the iso chamber for another horrid helping of Freeper insanity, shall we?
Never mind the corporate logo decals on the suits – I’ve taken an excellent opportunity to pick up a little endorsement money from various sponsors by discreet product placement on our HAZMAT suits.
What with Formula One crashing and burning (heh), the fine people at Mobil Oil and KFC were looking for new endorsement avenues. They assure me that the decals will cause no major leaks in the suits, and …

Where’d everybody go?

Anyway, they’re feeling more paranoid than usual over at Free Republic.
You see, they were ecstatic when the Mirth Certificate thingy made its long-awaited breakout into the dreaded Emm Ess Emm, Now, all their concerns will be aired, and their point of view vindicated, with their “conservative” heroes leading the charge!

Posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 1:35:29 PM byFederalist Patriot

Here is video of Ann Coulter on with Geraldo Rivera last night
saying that President Obama’s Birth Certificate is “not an issue,” and
that it is just being pushed by a “few cranks” out there. Coulter
blamed the Mainstream Media’s lack of in-depth reporting on Obama for
the rise of those who believe there has been a conspiracy to keep the
truth from the American people on the issue of Obama’s birth.

Exploding head

p>Exploding_head2

p>Exploding_head

To: Federalist Patriot

Coulter has gone over to the dark side. Her dark roots are showing.

2
posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 1:40:09 PM
bynanook
(Thomas Jefferson had it right.)

Meeow!

To: Federalist Patriot
Anne(sic), you are losing it girl. In fact, I think you
have already. There would be No issue if zero would show his Birth
Certificate. Until then, stop drinking the dims koolaide
5
posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 1:41:29 PM
byBornToBeAmerican
(We the people, … never)

To: nanook

Ann Coulter is turning intoanother Peggy Noonan. It’s very sad.

10
posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 1:43:42 PM
byjimbo123

Dem is fightin’ words!!

“Mr. K” tries to pull the plane out of its nose dive, hauling valiantly on the yoke:

To: Reagan Man

For Cripe’s sake folks don’t be stupid here…

Since is it ANN COULTER (!!!) I am certainly willing to allow that she has not been sufficiently informed on this

THIS DOES NOT NEGATE ALL THE EXCELLENT WORK THIS BRILLIANT WOMAN HAS DONE

24
posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 1:50:30 PM
byMr. K
(THIS ADMINISTRATION IS WEARING OUT MY CAPSLOCK KEY DAMMIT DAMMIT DAMMIT!!!!!)

(Love your sig line)

…but to no avail:

To: Mr. K
When a key conservative pundit chose to back Romney
for potus in 2007 and then makes recent remarks about Romney being okay
in her book for 2012, its only right to point out that Coulter is
showing poor judgment, at best.

She isn’t lacking information. She’s dead wrong!

Plain dumb!

46
posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 2:02:24 PM
byReagan Man
(“In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.”)

To: EagleUSA

I am with you. Until the questions are resolved then all else is moot.

I cannot believe that Ann Colter(sic) is bowing at the alter(sic) of the
looney left. Because Ann dear, that is what you are doing if you carry
even one drop of water for this evil muslim fool.

47
posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 2:03:38 PM
byfuzzybutt

I’ll bet she’s had an abortion, too!
So there!

One of the Freepers performs an interesting bit of mental gymnastics, attempting to turn this into a piece of political JuJitsu :

To: Federalist Patriot

Hmm…Call “birthers” nutz. “Birthers” get
bitter, start trashing Annie, leftist media pounces on said trashing
and reporting on it; people who have no idea about the certificate
story start asking “what?”.

Good way to get this into the limelight.

57
posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 2:10:09 PM
byMichael Barnes
(When, America?)

…but the majority are inconsolable:

To: Federalist Patriot

Hey Ann, Explain this…

I am offering to make a generous contribution to the Kapiolani
Medical Center (supposed birth hospital of Obama) Childrens Ward in the
name of the Doctor that brought us the First half black President.
Obviously some will feel this is historically relevant and important.
So why won’t the WH give me the name of his birth Doctor? It is easily
found on the long form version of any BC.

Does Obama hate the sick children that bad that he doesn’t support upgrades for the Hospital?

90
posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 2:41:16 PM
byTypical_Whitey
(Obama intends to bankrupt the USA and force the CHANGE to Socialism.)

To: Federalist Patriot

I always liked Ann but no more. Buh bye!

91
posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 2:42:51 PM
byFrantzie
(Obama DeathCare – Sending Seniors to the Death Camps. Obama = Racist Dope)

Comment #162 Removed by Moderator

To: Federalist Patriot
She needs to eat something. Her brain is malnourished, running on pure Coulter dogma.

Last time I saw her she kept interupting Hannity with hysterical babble (as usual)

163
posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 6:10:34 PM
byKTM rider
( …where’s a lone nut assassin when you need one !)

To: Yo-Yo

Not as big a fan of Ann lately..she thinks her good friend, bill Maher is very smart. HUH?

185
posted onSunday, July 26, 2009 7:02:55 PM
byRecovering Ex-hippie
(Pray for Israel! And the Iranian people! and Honduras!)

To: BornToBeAmerican

Anne is trying to raise other issues and sell books. I love her despite her failings

210
posted onMonday, July 27, 2009 1:11:06 AM
byantceecee
(Bless us Father.. have mercy on us and protect us from evil.)

Yes, we know. We’ve seen the restraining order.

Anyway, it just degenerates down to birthers and anti-birthers debating the kerning on COLBs after that, but there’s lots more Dolchstosslegende after the jump…
Which, this week, is sponsored by Little Debbie Snack cakes.
They’re scrumdiddlyumptious!!!


So – who else in the “conservative” world has turned on the Freeperati lately?
Did we do Medved yet?

Posted onWednesday, July 22, 2009 3:13:17 PM byEveningStar

Listen at link.

To: EveningStar

Medved is a RINO. Why would I want to listen to him?

2
posted onWednesday, July 22, 2009 3:16:08 PM
bydevere
(.)

Ah – “all are RINOs, save thee and me.
And lately, I’ve been wondering about thee”
.

To: EveningStar

I can just imagine what he’s saying. Last time
he spoke of it when I was listening he was very derisive and dismissive
of _resident BC concerns.

3
posted onWednesday, July 22, 2009 3:16:20 PM
byMy hearts in London – Everett

To: EveningStar

Medved is again displaying the reason I no
longer listen to him. He thinks the “Birthers” (Yes, I hate that term)
are a bunch of loonies. Give Medved up. He is a lost cause.

5
posted onWednesday, July 22, 2009 3:17:12 PM
byInterceptPoint

To: devere

Oh, please. He’s not a RINO.

6
posted onWednesday, July 22, 2009 3:17:25 PM
byEveningStar

“He’s not the RINO!You’re the RINO! It’s you!!
Also, your house is the only one with the lights on.”

TheMonstersAreDue

To: EveningStar

Medved is a country club RINO. He was for open
borders and amnesty until his callers literally browbeat him into
sometimes mentioning the need to secure the borders. He flunks the
Quisling test.

16
posted onWednesday, July 22, 2009 3:23:17 PM
byTravis McGee
(—www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com—)

…and so forth.

Well, who else has turned on the Freeperati lately?

It’s official! The Wall Street Journal is now a “RINO press”!‏

Poor, Persecuted Sarah Palin — The GOP embraces the culture of victimhood

Wall Street Journal ^

| 7/15/09
| Thomas Frank

Posted onWednesday, July 15, 2009 9:22:05 AM bysteve-b

When Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin announced her resignation two weeks ago
it was after a series of strange, petty bouts with her detractors. Many
“frivolous ethics violations” had been alleged against her, she noted.
David Letterman had told an ugly joke about her daughter. A blogger had
posted something that was probably not true. Someone had photoshopped a
radio talker’s face onto a picture of her baby — a “malicious
desecration” of the image, in the words of Ms. Palin’s spokeswoman.
Team Palin got duly indignant at each of these. They took special,
detailed offense. They issued statements magnifying their wounds. And,
finally, the governor resigned her office, a good woman cruelly
wronged…
Indeed, if political figures stand for ideas,
victimization is what Ms. Palin is all about. It is her brand, her
myth. Ronald Reagan stood tall. John McCain was about service. Barack
Obama has hope. Sarah Palin is a collector of grievances. She runs for
high office by griping…
To become a symbol of this stature
Ms. Palin has had to do the opposite of most public figures. Where
others learn to take hostility in stride, she and her fans have
developed the thinnest of skins. They find offense in the most harmless
remarks and diabolical calculation in the inflections of the
anchorman’s voice. They take insults out of context to make them seem
even more insulting. They pay close attention to voices that are
ordinarily ignored, relishing every blogger’s sneer, every celebrity’s
slight, every crazy Internet rumor…

(no exploding head pic – Athenae has just informed me that I’ve gone over my quota for the week)

To: steve-b
rino press.

2
posted onWednesday, July 15, 2009 9:23:22 AM
byken21
(i am not voting for a rino-progressive.)

You mean the “Wall Street Republican Journal” is in fact, nothing of the kind?
Colour me flabbergasted!

To: atlaw
And I suspect that the majority of the responses to this article will be that Ms. Palin is being maligned once again.
Well, that’ll prove to Thomas Frank just how wrong he is to accuse Palin’s fans of being thin-skinned.

22
posted onWednesday, July 15, 2009 9:32:34 AM
bysteve-b
(Intelligent design is to evolutionary biology what socialism is to free-market economics.)

Can I have a “Heh. Indeed.”?

Who else has the knives out for the Freeperati these days?

Oh, yes:

Posted onTuesday, July 28, 2009 9:00:15 AM bykellynla

The video features an angry woman in red, armed with a birth
certificate and a small American flag, scolding Rep. Mike Castle,
R-Del., at a town meeting. She is angry, she said, because President
Obama “is not an American citizen. He is a citizen of Kenya.”

Castle,
a descendant of Benjamin Franklin, seemed to not know how to respond.
He calmly replied that Obama is a citizen. Some audience members booed.
“You can boo,” Castle told them, “but he is a citizen of the United
States.”

There’s no good way to address a “birther” — that’s
the term for conspiracy theorists who believe that Obama has produced a
fake Hawaiian birth certificate to cover up the fact that he really was
born in Kenya.

Facts don’t matter to these geniuses. They don’t
care that numerous major news organizations, the nonpartisan
Factcheck.org and Hawaii’s GOP Gov. Linda Lingle have vouched for the
authenticity of Obama’s birth certificate. Or that the Honolulu
Advertiser ran a birth announcement in August 1961.

No, they go
for the theory that Obama’s white mother, Stanley Dunham Obama, chose
to give birth, not in Oahu with her parents nearby, but in a hospital
in a Third World country. Then she was so clever that she ran a birth
announcement in the local paper in case someday her son with the
politically catchy name of Barack Hussein Obama II ran for president.

Why
didn’t Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign make an issue of Obama’s
non-citizenship during the Democratic primary if his legitimacy was so
assailable? Apparently the Clinton brainiacs aren’t as smart as the
“birthers.”

News stories suggest that the “birther” movement is
growing stronger. Maybe the “birthers” have just gotten louder. These
days, all it takes is one nut on youtube.com to rate a week’s worth of
TV panel discussions.

To: kellynla

Beginning to look a lot like an effort to marginalize those who have questions.

Would it not be better to just be transparent?

6
posted onTuesday, July 28, 2009 9:06:14 AM
byservantboy777

To: brushcop

“You know there’s something there when they keep attacking”

Like any combat pilot will tell ya, “You know you’re over the target when you start getting flak.”

8
posted onTuesday, July 28, 2009 9:08:04 AM
bykellynla
(Freedom of speech makes it easier to spot the idiots! Semper Fi!)

“No. 1 Squadron made an inauspicious start to its service with Fighter
Command, when on 24 August 1940 two of its Hurricanes mistook a flight
ofBristol Blenheims forJu-88s, shooting one down with the loss of its crew —an example of what is now known asfriendly fire.”

To: PennsylvaniaMom

Just another RINO

14
posted onTuesday, July 28, 2009 9:34:02 AM
byfreedommom

To: MilspecRob

Hey dude! Tell YOUR prez to produce. Put up or
shut up that he’s legit. And THAT SHOULD be your concern! Take your
devotion to him elsewhere.

37
posted onTuesday, July 28, 2009 11:00:39 AM
bypresently no screen name

And, just in case you missed the Little Green Footballs vs. Free Republic steel cage deathmatch…
LGF taunts Freepers about “Antichrist” post. Freepers sulk.‏

Free Republic Freaking Out About the Coming of the Anti-Christ
LittleGreenGoofballs | 07/31/09 | Charles Johnson

Posted onFriday, July 31, 2009 12:49:48 PM byDFG
Still more serious bad craziness at Free Republic: Did Jesus Reveal to us the name of the Anti-Christ?
Linked to this whacked out video.
And just take a wild guess who hundreds of Free Republic commenters seriously believe is the anti-Christ.

Charles Johnson at LGF is attacking Free Republic again today. The anti-Christ article he is referring to is actually from WND.
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=105527

1 posted onFriday, July 31, 2009 12:49:48 PM byDFG

To: DFG
Honestly, these guys don’t have anything better to do but attack another website? Why don’t they scroll thru DU or Dailykooks?

3 posted onFriday, July 31, 2009 12:51:26 PM byexist

Because all the nutcases are over here at FR?

To: DFG
Charles Johnson has lost his freaking mind. About three months ago I think is when it happened. I stopped going to his site.

7 posted onFriday, July 31, 2009 12:53:08 PM byGeronL

That’ll show him!

To: DFG
Boy would I hate to be in Charles Johnson’s shoes the moment after he
dies. Lucky for him, it’s not too late to accept Jesus Christ as his
Lord and Savior. Pray for his soul.

23 posted onFriday, July 31, 2009 12:59:43 PM byGodGunsGuts

To: DFG
LGF has jumped the shark

24 posted onFriday, July 31, 2009 12:59:54 PM byrolling_stone (no more bailouts, the taxpayers are out of money!)

Yeah!
I mean, when he was going “HAW HAW HAW” over Rachel Corrie getting run over by a bulldozer, and was calling all da muzzies Gawdless murderers, I was down with all that, but now?
Saltado el tiburón!

Well, we have time for one more RINO stab-in-the-back, so without further ado, I’d like to introduce –Cal Thomas’s mustache!!
(when last seen, it had escaped its host and was now writing articles on its own)

Et Tu, Cal?‏

Sarah Palin: A Collapsed Souffle

Townhall.com ^

| July 8, 2009
| Cal Thomas

Posted onWednesday, July 08, 2009 3:25:18 PM byKaslin
The soon to be former governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, is like one
of those souffles my mother sometimes made. The recipe warned against
premature removal from the oven because the dish would collapse.
That is the saga of Gov. Palin. Prematurely plucked from relative
obscurity by John McCain and touted as a rising star by many Republican
conservatives, Palin collapsed. Though she was treated unfairly and in
ways that no liberal woman would have been — not even Hillary Clinton
— she clearly was not prepared to discuss the issues, the command of
which — or least familiarity of which — are essential to anyone
seeking national office.
Palin energized the shrinking
Republican base, but could never get beyond them to connect with
independents and conservative Democrats who might have taken her
seriously had she displayed more seriousness. It is not enough to talk
about what has been lost in America. One must speak of a vision for the
future and ways to reach it.
Many commentators are speculating
whether quitting as governor is good or bad political strategy. Few
want to take Palin’s word at face value, that she is tired of the
ethics probes (all but two of the 15 ethics complaints filed against
her have been dismissed with no findings of wrongdoing) and the big
media’s refusal to examine her accomplishments as governor and the
substance of her views. Fair enough. But anyone running for national
office must traverse a media gauntlet — with the notable exception of
Barack Obama and his worshipful media disciples. While conservatives
can expect worse treatment than liberals, they can prevail with the
right strategy.
It was unfair to Palin to have been selected as
McCain’s running mate so soon after the birth of her youngest child,
especially one with Down syndrome, and the pregnancy of her teenage
daughter. Either event would have required more motherly attention than
usual, but both demand a level of emotional energy that no human being
can muster while running for vice president.
If Palin is to
have a future in national politics (assuming she wants one) there are
several steps she must take. First, she needs a complete makeover. The
big media will never admit they were wrong in their judgments, but they
might write stories about the “new Sarah Palin.” She should hit the
books and learn as much as she can about the modern world, history and
court cases. She should read newspapers so that when future
interviewers hit her with questions, she can dazzle them like a
“Jeopardy” champion.
What she should not do is become a cable
TV pundit. That’s too predictable. Instead, she might follow Ronald
Reagan’s example and deliver a daily radio commentary. Radio takes the
focus away from outward appearance and places it on the substance of
what is said. She should write these commentaries herself, as Reagan
did, and the outlets ought to include mainstream stations, as well as
conservative and Christian ones.
Palin should hire a speech
coach and follow that person’s advice. She has a pleasant enough
speaking voice, but the tone needs to be adjusted, as do her word
choices. “You betcha” should be banned from her vocabulary. Such slang
may resonate well with some people, but national candidates should have
rhetoric that soars and gets attention.
Lastly, she needs a
hair, makeup and wardrobe makeover. She is a beautiful woman, but
appearance should not be the first thing one reacts to when people look
at her.
There aren’t many second acts in politics because the
media tend to gobble people up and constantly search for the “new” and
exciting. Sarah Palin can be “born again” in a political sense and
excite beyond her base if she allows herself to be “baked” at the
proper temperature and for the right amount of time. If she does that,
she may emerge again and this time she’ll rise, not fall.

Acollapsed souffle’?
Great. Now I’m hungry.

To: Kaslin
More Bull Crap.
Sarah is now doing Daily Interviews Time…NBC ETC…

3
posted onWednesday, July 08, 2009 3:28:01 PM
by4Speed

To: Kaslin

And Cal Thomas needs a toupe. This guy has been a has been wannabe pundit for years. Never has made much sense.

4
posted onWednesday, July 08, 2009 3:28:24 PM
bythe long march

To: Kaslin
Et tu Cal?
They just don’t get it.

5
posted onWednesday, July 08, 2009 3:28:31 PM
byIslander7

To: Kaslin
Cal Thomas is a RINO and a shill for the Democrats and a beltway libtard, and a Satan worshiper. Did I miss anything?

6
posted onWednesday, July 08, 2009 3:28:39 PM
byOldDeckHand
(No Socialized Medicine, No Way, No How, No Time)

Well, you did leave out “child molestor”, but I don’t think it’s gonna hurt your argument much.

To: Kaslin
Cal Thomas…hmmmmmm…here’s a man that
I’d take a lot of stock in what he says…not..just another whimpering
simp of an excuse for a real man, or woman for that matter, trying to
increase their lot in life vicariously through the trials and
tribulations of ‘real’ heroes…Cal go eff yourself…go home and
blow out your brains…

7
posted onWednesday, July 08, 2009 3:28:48 PM
byGaffer

To: Kaslin
Cal reverting to his old form. In other words,
according to him, Sarah needs to just NOT be herself. He doesn’t
realize that is her strength.
I’ll give him a pass this time, just don’t let it happen again.

12
posted onWednesday, July 08, 2009 3:30:34 PM
bysubterfuge

Cal’s moustache – you are officially put on notice.

To: Kaslin
like one of those souffles my mother
sometimes made. The recipe warned against premature removal from the
oven because the dish would collapse.

Cal, is this some allusionary reference to the night you were conceived? It would explain a lot.

8
posted onWednesday, July 08, 2009 3:29:06 PM
byTanniker Smith
(Obi-Wan Palin: Strike her down and she shall become more powerful than you could possibly imagine.)

I sense a disturbance in the farce!

This can only come to tears.

Ron_paul_obiwan

See?

Well, that’s enough for one trip to Freeperville.
I’ll see you all next week, when we will be sponsored by Chocolatey Good Ovaltine – tastes great, and is great for you!

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7 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession With The Freeperati – RINOS versus the Freepers edition

  1. wolfetone says:

    Any chance OldDeckHand is a plant? His post sounds almost sarcastic . . .

  2. MapleStreet says:

    First, let me congratulate you on your fine choice of Twilight Zone episodes 😉
    And may I suggest, that if Palin wants a makeover and scours the books on all sorts of academic matters so that she can “dazzle them like a Jeopardy…”
    May I suggest she go on “Are you Smarter than a 5th Grader”? She would do great at smiling at the kids. And I’d love to see her get a question on Hungary.

  3. left rev. says:

    Whu? Bhu? Zhu?
    I had a cat once who would watch a little desk totchke go back and forth for hours, crouched in readiness for the pounce that never came. These people remind me of that cat.

  4. karen marie says:

    Has the GOP always been an anarchist party and I just didn’t notice, or is this only a recent development?

  5. Tommy T says:

    It gets even wierder.
    Here’s an “after action report” (Negro, pleease!)that consists of being rude and disruptive, and getting mad at Chris Dodd because he was nice to them.
    No, really.
    “Dodd came out later. I was furious
    Dodd is getting health care now for his cancer that most Americans WONT be able to get under this plan.
    He slowed down his car leaving while we chanted CHRIS DODD, SWIM TO CUBA or chanted DUMP CHRIS DODD
    He motioned for me to go over, and I did NOT want to exchange greetings with him. I told him HE should get the same health care as the rest of us and how HE would most likely be denied his own surgery.
    He tried to be friendly and ask questions and I refused, I told him he was destroying the country and he waved me off, looked disgusted and drove off.
    Yeah, I was angry. Wish I wasn’t so.”
    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2307158/posts#comment

  6. Monkeyfister says:

    Dude!
    You published too early, and missed the BIG Birfer news! orly Taints done gots her hands on the REALLY Real Kenyan Birf Certicate. Oh, lord, the threads are funny. Another thread now claims that someone has somehow managed to swap out, EVERYWHERE, there REAL, originally posted Certificate with a spoof version. Oh, lord the FReeps are tearing each other apart over it all.
    I’ve got it all here for you: http://monkeyfister.blogspot.com/2009/08/birfers-pawned-again.html
    Anyway– here’s a little song spoof for you:
    “And the silicon chips inside their heads
    get switched to “overload.”
    And the FReepers ain’t FReepin’ Public Schools today,
    Their teachin’ their kids at home.
    But the kids ain’t learnin,’
    Just analyzin’ the kernin’
    What need do they have for Sci-i-i-i-ence
    Ain’t no lie, I love FReep Mondays.
    Ain’t no lie, I love FReep Mondays.
    Ain’t no lie, I love FReep Mondays.
    Tommy shoo-oo-oo-oo-oo-oots–
    Their whole world down.”
    –mf

  7. Tommy T says:

    “But the kids ain’t learnin,’
    Just analyzin’ the kernin'”
    Now *that’s* funny!
    Tommy

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