Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – “Do not send Haitian help-moneys to Obama!!”‏ Edition

p>Good morning, everyone! I’m asking everyone to put these anti-bacterial long-johns on under their iso suits today, as the Freepers have hit a new low, and the concentrated evil is starting to eat through the containment drums. Double boots and gloves too, if you please.

Ok – no sense putting this off any longer – here we go.

You know, horrible disasters seem to bring out the best in everybody.

Well, almost everybody.



ZenithMax ^

| Jan 14
| J. Grant Swank, Jr.

Posted onThursday, January 14, 2010 9:53:04 AM

At the top of the matter, let’s not think that any US government aid
to Haiti will ever reach the poor. We all feel for the agonizing
Haitian poor if we have any conscience; but that said, don’t think that
any US government aid will reach the poor.

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posted onThursday, January 14, 2010 9:53:04 AM



To: freedomyes

posted onThursday, January 14, 2010 9:57:23 AM

(Romans 8:28)

div class=”a2″>To: pollywog

I’m donating to Samaritan’s Purse.

posted onThursday, January 14, 2010 9:59:23 AM



To: pollywog

yes yes yes

samaritan’s purse can be TRUSTED fully. . .

thank you.

yes yes yes

posted onThursday, January 14, 2010 10:00:12 AM


p>Sadly, no, no , no.

Co-op cuts Christmas box link with US charity

Bibles and anti-Islamic remarks trigger split with evangelical group

The Co-operative Society has
severed its links with an evangelical charity whose leader in the
United States condemned Islam as a “very wicked and evil religion”.

complaints from Muslim pressure groups and its own members, the Co-op
yesterday said it would no longer participate in Operation Christmas
Child, a project supported by thousands of schools, churches and other

(…) the venture has run
into controversy. There was strong criticism when it emerged that
bibles and Christian literature were being inserted into gift boxes
sent to Muslim countries.

Those difficulties have been
exacerbated by comments made by the Rev Franklin Graham, the American
evangelical minister whose organisation, Samaritan’s Purse, runs
Operation Christmas Child.

During the dedication of a chapel in
North Carolina, one month after the terrorist attacks on the US on
September 11 2001, he said: “We’re not attacking Islam, but Islam has
attacked us. The God of Islam is not the same God. It’s a different
god, and I believe it is a very evil and wicked religion.” Asked to
justify his stance, he said later: “I don’t believe this [Islam] is
this wonderful, peaceful religion.”

(…)in a
letter informing the charity of its decision to withdraw completely,
the Co-op said the views of members and customers must come first.

are aware that we have received a large number of complaints regarding
the comments of your trustee, Franklin Graham. Indeed, had we been
aware of his views in advance, we would not have participated in
Operation Christmas Child this year.
It is unfortunate that our work
together has come to an end in this way, as the shoe boxes of
customers’ gifts will undoubtedly bring joy to many deserving children
this year.”


To: freedomyes

Doesn’t Obama have some of that Nobel Peace Prize money to send to Haiti?

posted onThursday, January 14, 2010 10:00:16 AM


div class=”a2″>To: castlegreyskull

now tv ads are asking for ten dollars to be mailed to the CLINTON FUND with bill’s mug shot attending.

NOT on your life.



let him take his millions and give to haiti.

posted onThursday, January 14, 2010 10:01:25 AM


div class=”a2″>To: freedomyes

I do want to help out, really I do. However,
the problem I have is that we send millions upon millions of dollars to
hellholes like Haiti and what happens to the money? It doesn’t get to
where it is needed. It is disheartening.

It is also disheartening when you hear that in the 21st century 50% of the people still practice voodoo. Good grief!

posted onThursday, January 14, 2010 10:43:18 AM

(The Ark was built by amateurs, the Titanic by professionals.)