Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – “You’re no fun anymore” edition

p>Good morning, everyone!

Well, as the Freeperati turn more and more of their purges and paranoia inward, there’s bound to be more friendly fire incidents as they continue to knife each other over the length of their crewcuts.

Let’s suit up and check them out, shall we?

President
Obama Has NOT Cancelled National Day of Prayer (Don’t Fall for a Hoax!)


Beliefnet ^

| 04/15/10
| Nicole Neroulias

Posted onThursday, April 15, 2010
11:18:06 AM
byRecovering_Democrat

For some reason this morning, there’s a big rumor going around that
President Obama has cancelled National Day of Prayer 2010, scheduled for
May 6. It’s not true, despite what your search engine and e-mails tell
you.

(Excerpt) Read more atblog.beliefnet.com

Sounds like someone is trying to freak Tea Partiers out.

Which is, of course, very hard to do.

TeabaggerRacist

I’d like
for a forensic internet expert find out who/where this first hit the
web. I bet it is from a leftwing nut. Maybe Hussein’s operations.

1
posted onThursday, April 15, 2010 11:18:06 AM
byRecovering_Democrat


To tell the truth, I kind of wondered if Jason Levin didn’t have this in mind all the time.

FR is now filling up with threads about how this person or that person was chased out of tebagger rallies, for doing nothing much crazier than the rank and file has always done. The fire has become somewhat friendly, turning on birthers, “Lyin’ African” types – you know – the teabagger base.

Was this Levin’s intention, or just a chuckalicious byproduct of the monsters-are-due-on-maple-street mentality that bleeds out all fringe movements as they find themselves unable to stop drawing ideological lines in the sand? Who knows? Let’s just enjoy!

To: cripplecreek

How would we know if he canceled it or not?

4
posted onThursday, April 15, 2010 11:20:50 AM
byilovesarah2012

Easy – just look in his “Allahu Akbar” day-planner. Or does that one go in the Dromedary Book?

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blockquote>

To: Recovering_Democrat

He didn’t cancel it last year, but he didn’t observe it, either,
OR host it in the White House.The lead paragraphs from the Washington
Times a year ago:

p>To: Recovering_Democrat

I heard there is going to be prayers 5 times pointing to the east
that day.

11
posted onThursday, April 15, 2010 11:26:35 AM
byb4its2late
(Bawney Fwank’s mother should have thrown him away and kept the stork.)

p>To: Recovering_Democrat

Okay, but if we have to face East on prayer mats, I’m going to be
angry.

17
posted onThursday, April 15, 2010 11:29:11 AM
byDoughtyOne
(Be still & kneel before the know-nothing Omnipotent One, Il Douche’
Jr., may fleas be upon him.)

div class=”a2″>To: Recovering_Democrat

22
posted onThursday, April 15, 2010 11:35:08 AM
byResponsibility2nd
(PALIN/MCCAIN IN 2012 – barf alert? sarc tag? — can’t decide)

This thread has been pulled.

Pulled on 04/15/2010 3:27:15 PM PDT
by Admin Moderator,
reason:

Hoax

To: Recovering_Democrat

Hope it has been pulled from FR, because I seen it posted no more
than an hour ago.Along with a couple of Palin/Romney 2012 headlines
that led to non-stories, and a few other headlines designed to get us to
fight with each other. All part of the plan.

40
posted onThursday, April 15, 2010 12:33:52 PM
byNavyCanDo

Well, it seems to be working…

More fratricide after the lemon curry…

p>Mike
Argento: Mailman unwelcome at tea party (barf alert)


York (PA) Daily Record ^

| 4-15-2010
| MIKE ARGENTO

Posted onThursday, April 15, 2010
10:56:36 AM
byDaveinyork

So, the other night, my friend Dr. Mo called to tell me about his
close encounter with the tea party people, or 912 Patriots, or whatever
those people who messed up traffic on Market Street last Saturday call
themselves. Dr. Mo’s real name is David Moyar, but if I were to identify
him as that, at least half the people who know him wouldn’t know who I
was talking about. In the interest of full disclosure, Mo is an old
friend, by which I mean he’s old and a friend. (He has also taken money
from me in poker games, but then again, that doesn’t take a lot of
effort.)

Mo works for the U.S. Postal Service; he’s a mailman, or
letter carrier, or whatever they call the people who drive around
delivering and picking up mail. It’s not the easiest job in the world.
He’s had to fight off dogs and has encountered people who were strange
to the degree that he didn’t feel safe turning his back on them. He’s
been doing it for 61/2 years, working six days a week, 10 hours a day.

Last
Saturday, Mo was making his appointed rounds, which on that day took
him downtown to collect the mail from the big blue box at 21 E. Market
St. When he got there, he found the first block of East Market Street
was closed, so he parked on George Street and, carrying a plastic postal
service bin, started to walk to the mailbox.

(Excerpt) Read more atydr.com

There always seems to be a “barf alert” for any story that upsets the Freeperati.

Maybe they’re truth-intolerant?

To: Daveinyork

I’m confused. Has Dr. Mo REALLY been a mail carrier for thirty
and one-half years? ( 61/2? ); and if so, why not just STATE that? Why
the weird mathematical nomenclature?

4
posted onThursday, April 15, 2010 11:02:14 AM
byWayneS
(Respect the 2nd Amendment; Repeal the 16th)

Probably to confuse people like you who have to take of their shoes to count to 20.

To: Daveinyork

He certainly seems to have a higher opinion of his own writing
than I do. The supposed point of the article is still a distant spot on
the horizon after this three-paragaph aw-shucks preamble.

5
posted onThursday, April 15, 2010 11:02:57 AM
byjiggyboy
(Ten per cent of poll respondents are either lying or insane)

div class=”a2″>To: jiggyboy

And now that I’ve read it, I’m pretty certain that the rest of
the story is an entirely imagined lie.

6
posted onThursday, April 15, 2010 11:05:51 AM
byjiggyboy
(Ten per cent of poll respondents are either lying or insane)

You’reliveblogging a magazine article?

To: Free America52

No I’m not speaking as someone who was there; but it’s impossible
that anybody, excuse me, many people, in a Tea Party would be as
theatrically rude and then aggressively hinder a mailman in uniform
doing his job, as he claims.

8
posted onThursday, April 15, 2010 11:12:24 AM
byjiggyboy
(Ten per cent of poll respondents are either lying or insane)

blockquote>

As he tried to get to the mailbox, people stood in his way. He told the
crowd, “I’ve got a job to do here.” People still didn’t move. One woman
screeched at him — screeched was Mo’s word — “Nobody’s stopping you.”


Mo replied, “Oh yes you are.”


A man blocking Mo’s access to the mailbox shouted at him, “You don’t
have a job. You work for the government.”

WTFdidYouJustSay


Let’s pause for a moment to examine that statement. OK, done? Nope, I
don’t get it either.


At this point, Mo was getting kind of frustrated and asked the guy,
“What is your problem?”


See, all due respect, but that’s the wrong question. A lot of people
have been asking that question, and the answer never makes much sense.
These people seem very angry about something.


The guy answered, “I don’t have a problem. You’re the problem. The
government.”


A group of people in the area picked up on that and, pointing at Mo,
started chanting, “You’re the problem. The government.”


I advised Mo that perhaps he should have told them, “I’m not the
government; I’m the postal service.” Or, he could have said, “Be nice.
We’re the people who deliver your Social Security checks.”


He did neither. Instead, he made his way to the mailbox and began
collecting the mail.


One letter blew out of the box and onto the sidewalk. When Mo went to
pick it up, a man standing by the mailbox stood on the letter, ignoring
Mo’s request to move his foot so he could get the letter. Mo finally was
able to wrench the letter away.


As he started back to his truck, people in the crowd tried to get in his
way. One person did say, “Have a nice day” as he walked away.

/span>

To: Free America52

I don’t believe the particular’s of this story in the least. The
whole incident probably is not created out of thin air; although parts
of it surely are.

9
posted onThursday, April 15, 2010 11:15:26 AM
byeclecticEel
(Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: 7/4/1776 – 3/21/1980)

blockquote>

The story raises a number of questions, mostly along the lines of “The
postal service? Are they serious?”


Do the 912 Patriots have something against the postal service? Do they
believe that mail service is some kind of communist plot to indoctrinate
the populace in the nuances of socialism as evidenced by Coupon Clipper
magazine? (Socialists are all for two-for-the-price-of-one dinner
specials at local restaurants.) Do they believe that the postal service
is part of a government conspiracy to steal our liberty by delivering
the gas bill every month?


The postal service is the second-oldest government agency. The first
postmaster was Ben Franklin, one of the founding fathers these people
are continuously bleating about. (Perhaps they don’t like Franklin.
Sure, Jefferson, Jackson, Madison and Adams were more important, but
Franklin seems like the kind of guy you’d like to have a beer with, and
many of these tea party people liked the last president people said that
about.)


I called Gen Jackson, one of the poobahs of the York 912 Patriots, to
ask about this, but as of this writing, she hadn’t called back.


That somehow, a uniformed agent of the postal service would be viewed as
“the problem” and a person who does not have a job does make a
statement. What the statement is, I don’t know.


All I know is the people who believe the postal service is part of the
problem should refuse mail service because, by accepting it, aren’t they
acquiescing to an evil government that strives to enslave them by — I
don’t know — delivering flyers for Ace Hardware to their homes.


Let’s see how long that lasts.

/blockquote>

What’s in the next drum? Ah –Teabagger? Racial slurs? Unpossible!!!‏

Racial
slur by Tea Party leader hits home


Dayton Daily News ^

| April 12, 2010
| Lawrence Budd

Posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 8:46:14
AM
byvortigern

Racist comments, including a slur about Hispanics, posted on the
Twitter page of the Springboro Tea Party were particularly hurtful to
Alana Turner.

“Illegals everywhere today! So many spics makes me
feel like a speck. Grrr. Wheres my gun!?” said the March 21 posting on
the site managed by the group’s founder, Sonny Thomas.

(Excerpt) Read more atdaytondailynews.com

This is a front page story for this tired liberal rag that disguises
itself as a news source. They print trash like this and then state:
“User comments are not being accepted on this article.”
1
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 8:46:14 AM
byvortigern

I guess instead of spamming the comments section with your hate (somehow supposed to convince people that you’re not haters), you’ll just have to impotently grind your teeth and take it.

To: vortigern
Wow.

They found one!

2
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 8:50:31 AM
byPublius6961
(10% of muslims, the killer murdering radicals, are “only” 140,000,000
of ’em)

And it was rilly rilly hard, too. Probably a sooper sekrit Democrap infiltrator pretending to be a Tea Party organizer.

/div>

Thomas, an uncontested candidate for a seat on the Warren County
Republican Party’s central committee,
declined to comment about the
controversy.

Wups.

To: vortigern
They can’t argue the issues so they look for anyone who might make
us look bad OR they put their own in they pretending to be part of our
group.Infilitration.

3
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 8:51:14 AM
byLinda Frances

DogbertDemons
.

To: vortigern

The Internet is like one big bathroom stall.

WideStance

Much of it shouldn’t
be taken seriously, at all. I don’t see how this incident qualifies as
news.

4
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 8:52:24 AM
bylmr
(God punishes Conservatives by making them argue with fools.)

div class=”a2″>To: lmr

What’s to say this isn’t some of the crash the tea party crap?

6
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 8:54:05 AM
bycripplecreek
(Remember the River Raisin! (look it up))

TheyreEverywhere
.

To: Publius6961

Or did they find a plant? The liberals have threatened that they
would infiltrate the Tea Party. What better way to bring criticism to an
entire nationwide effort?

22
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 9:09:15 AM
byHodar
(Who needs laws … when this “feels” so right?)

/div>

To: Tarpon; cripplecreek

What’s to say this isn’t some of the crash the tea party crap?

____________________________________

I dug into Sonny Thomas last week when this first appeared. He
does run a local TP. He did tweet what they say he did.

And he is (or at least WAS)an uncontested candidate for a seat on the Warren County
Republican Party’s central committee.

He does blame
the financial mess on the joos. He is what they say he is.

24
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 9:09:36 AM
bywtc911
(“How you gonna get down that hill?”)

div class=”a2″>To: vortigern

Wow this is like indisputable proof that there is racism in the
Tea Party movement.Cause like nobody could possibly have fake twitter
accounts that they would use to malign their enemies with.
Why you’d
like have to be a follower of Saul Alinsky to come up with something
that brilliant.

18
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 9:06:52 AM
byTheVitaminPress
(as goes the Second Amendment . . . so goes the Constitution.)

/div>

/div>

/div>

To: vortigern
I suggets we carpet bomb the paper. Post to every other article in
the paper that allows comments, the same stupid statement…


“Illegals everywhere today! So many spics makes me feel like a speck.
Grrr. Wheres my gun!?”

12
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 8:59:43 AM
bySlicksadick
(Go out on a limb…Its where the fruit is.)

Yeah – that oughtta do it.

/span>

To: vortigern

Of course,

why do we need millions of illegals here in the U.S. taking jobs from
legal citizens at a time when we have 10% unemployment (19% if you
count long-term gave up not looking for job unemployed or underemployed —
stock broker working at Starbucks now).

43
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 9:30:53 AM
byTigerBait

p>To: vortigern


44
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 9:31:18 AM
byVeniVidiVici
(Alfred E. Neuman for President! Oh, wait a minute …)

div class=”a2″>To: TheVitaminPress

Take a look at the folks who attend tea party rallies. Look at
the seniors, the blue collar clothes, the no-nake sneakers. (and I am
proud to stand next to them)

How many of these great folks do you think ‘tweet’?

This doesn’t pass the smell test.

31
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 9:14:33 AM
bymaine yankee

.

To: wtc911
The key is how we handle them when they show up.

In this
case, it is being handled by putting him on the Republican Party central
commmittee.

71
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 11:06:47 AM
bydrubyfive
p>And now – the punch line!

Springboro
Tea Party rally fizzles

By PAUL
COLLINS

Special Writer

Springboro residents expected to hear the sounds of
protest and speeches coming from the North Park Amphitheater on
Saturday, Apr. 17. Instead, they were treated to the sounds common to a
sunny spring day: dogs barking, birds chirping, and children playing.


The peaceful calm was a far cry
from what Springboro resident and political activist Sonny Thomas had in
mind; the Springboro Tea Party founder had expected a large crowd in
the park for his “Bringin’ Back Conservatism – Doin’ It Again in 2010.”


Then, a posting with racist
remarks directed toward Hispanic immigrants appeared at a Twitter
website maintained by Thomas. The remarks stirred controversy, and
shortly thereafter speakers schedule to speak at the rally began
withdrawing.


Ohio Attorney General candidate
Robert Owens, Ohio Senator Shannon Jones, and former Ohio Congressman
James Traficant were among those who cancelled their appearances at the
Springboro Tea Party event.

How fucked up do you have to be forJames Traficant to cut you loose??? I do hear that his bad toupee was able to make it, however)


In an attempt at damage control,
Thomas posted a statement on the Springboro Tea Party’s website stating
that his Twitter remarks were “facetious” and that none of the speakers
scheduled to attend the rally should be judged based on his
“indiscretion.” Thomas’ statement, however, may have been too little,
too late; the lack of rally attendees indicated that the damage had
already been done.


It would be inaccurate to say
that no one shown up for the Apr. 17 event; Susan and James Johnson of
Middletown came out hoping to join their voices with other citizens who
are concerned that the country is going in the wrong direction. The
Middletown residents were dismayed to find an empty amphitheater.


“I expected there to be at least a
thousand people and there is nobody,” said Susan. “I’m really
disappointed.”


The Johnsons were among a
minority that visited the park throughout the day expecting to hear
speakers sharing the virtues of conservatism and patriotism. For the
Middletown couple, Thomas’ remarks should not have prevented the rally
from moving forward.


“We all have our problems, but
that’s got nothing to do with the Tea Parties,” said Susan.


“One monkey doesn’t stop one
show,” added James.

“Besides – we’ve got plenty more monkeys, and an unlimited supply of bananas”


Tea Party participants were not
the only ones disheartened by the ignominious death of the Apr. 17
rally; Springboro resident and anti-Tea Party activist Sean Hamilton
came to the park hoping to conduct a counter-protest.


Hamilton had arrived prepared to
let his opposition to the Tea Party be known; the Springboro resident
made up 12 signs for counter-protesters to display. Like the Johnsons,
Hamilton’s plans were dashed by an almost vacant amphitheater.


“I’ll probably just end up going
for a jog now,” said Hamilton.


Hamilton learned about the
Thomas’ racist remarks while watching Rick Sanchez’s show on CNN. When
the Springboro resident learned about the planned rally, he decided to
put in an appearance to voice his displeasure with the Thomas’ message.


“Not only was he referring to
Hispanics as ‘spicks,’ he said he was willing to resort to violence,”
said Hamilton. “That colored the whole Tea Party message. Their
grievances seem to be with diversity and progress.”

Well, what did Thomas have to say about it?


Even if the event had occurred,
Thomas would not have been present to hear Hamilton’s protests;the
Springboro Tea Party founder was in Warren County Jail at the time on
charges of menacing and violating a protection order.

YouAreAloser

Obviously a leftist infiltrator.

And, as you can see from the contents of this next drum of stupidity, the Alinsky false-flag infiltration of the batshit insane by the even more batshit insane goes all the way to the top!!!!

Tom
Coburn Knocks Fox News, Says Nancy Pelosi is a “Nice Person”


CBS News ^

| 4/6/2010
| Brian Montopoli

Posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010
11:58:34 AM
byOldGuard1

Sen. Tom Coburn, a staunch conservative from Oklahoma, is doing what
seems almost unthinkable in this polarized political climate: Defending
his Democratic colleagues from critics at Fox News.

At a town
hall meeting, Coburn suggested that a woman who said “they can put us in
prison” for not obtaining health insurance under the health care reform
bill is misinformed.

“The intention is not to put anybody in
jail,” he said. “That makes for good TV news on Fox but that isn’t the
intention.”

He also defended House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the
architect of the House version of the health care legislation that he
fiercely opposed.

“I’m 180 degrees in opposition to the speaker
— she’s a nice lady,” he said. The crowd could be heard responding
unfavorably to his characterization.

“Come on now, she is a nice
— how many of you all have met her?” continued Coburn. “She’s a nice
person. She’s a nice person.”

(Excerpt) Read more atcbsnews.com

Howdare he!!

Ugh. Is there a brain slug on this guy or something?

1
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 11:58:34 AM
byOldGuard1

blockquote>

To: OldGuard1

Well that’s it, obviously Coburn has been coopted. Time to run a
Tea Party Party candidate against him.

2
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 11:59:41 AM
byTitus Quinctius Cincinnatus
(We bury Democrats face down so that when they scratch, they get closer
to home.)

I hear Sonny Thomas is available.

To: OldGuard1

Evil is often personable.

3
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 12:00:34 PM
byLazamataz
(“We beat the Soviet Union. Then we became them.” — Lazamataz, 2005)

ReaganLaughing

To: OldGuard1
“”The intention is not to put anybody in jail,” he said.”
yeah, well the road to hell is paved with good intentions, and if you
give a government agency the power to imprison, you damn well better
believe some petty government bureaucrat will do just that…for no
other reason than he or she can..

8
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 12:02:03 PM
byjoe fonebone
(They will get my Fishing Rod when they pry it from my cold dead
fingers)

Sill lovin’ those warrantless wiretaps, Joe?

To: Perdogg
There is some one here on FR who said he knew her and said that
although he disagreed with her politcs, she was a nice person.


I cannot remember who it was.

Obviously, this individual
needs to be removed from Free Republic, and replaced with a Tea Party
FReeper.

13
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 12:02:39 PM
byTitus Quinctius Cincinnatus
(We bury Democrats face down so that when they scratch, they get closer
to home.)

/div>

You owe me a new keyboard.

To: OldGuard1

If he really meant and said this; why?

36
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 12:08:57 PM
byfreekitty
(Give me back my conservative vote; then find me a real conservative to
vote for)

You’ll notice that “because it’s true” doesn’t even raise a blip on their Freepdar…

To: OldGuard1
staunch conservative from Oklahoma

CBS points that out with
a giggle.

37
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 12:09:11 PM
byBen Mugged
(Unions are the storm troopers of socialism.)

Well, if you don’t want people to laugh at you, quit doing stupid things.

To: OldGuard1

This is why we are the stupid party. And why the tea party is
becoming more popular.

Does anyone coach these people?

The witch of the house is not much different than Hitler, who I heard
was ‘nice’.

Of course you did. “Nice” and “warm” are the two words I most often hear attributed to Hitler.

What a Jack A**

40
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 12:09:25 PM
byTJC

div class=”a2″>To: OldGuard1

Yea, she’s nice…
She offered all the kingdoms of the earth for a healthcare vote.

46
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 12:12:06 PM
byA message

Wups – looks like Nancy Pelosi’s been promoted from Hitler toSatan(or as teabaggers like to describe him, “Satin”)

To: OldGuard1

I’m sure Satan has his good points too.

52
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 12:13:38 PM
byImJustAnotherOkie
(zerogottago)

WhateverNancyWants

To: Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus

Soo now alledgedly “staunch conservatives” think Pelosi is a nice
person. The upside of this is that another RINO—aka demrat—has been
outed.

62
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 12:16:23 PM
bydools007

/div>

/div>

And just in the nick of time, too!

And a ray of sanity comes peeking through…

To: unspun

Coburn obeyed the Contract with America and did not seek
re-election to the House. It was very close on if he would seek
re-election to the Senate. His next term, provided he wins, will almost
certainly be his last.

It seems like he was making a call for civility in political
discourse, I’m glad to see so many taking his advice. :/

I guess the next time someone on here asks what state has the two
best senators, Oklahoma won’t be winning.

77
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 12:22:40 PM
byMr. Blonde
(You ever thought about being weird for a living?)

div class=”a2″>To: ilovesarah2012

“They are no longer the opposition – they are the enemy and
should be treated as such.”

I guess my attitude is a little out of step with a lot of other
Freepers here. Politically, I am vehemently opposed to
Obama/Pelosi/Reid, but I don’t see them as the enemy, at least not in
the same sense that Al Qaeda and Kim Jong-Il are our enemies. I think
the kind of anger I’m seeing now is not disimilar to the level of anger
that preceded the Civil War, and I hope to God we don’t go down that
path again.

117
posted onTuesday, April 06, 2010 12:43:08 PM
byTexan Tory

/div>

Next up – oh no he didnt!

Scott
Brown snubs Sarah Palin, bags Tea Party rally


Boston Herald ^

| April 12, 2010
| Edward Mason

Posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 6:29:27
AM
byGQuagmire

U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, whose stunning victory in January was fueled
in part by Tea Party anger, has snubbed the fiery grassroots group and
declined its invitation to join Sarah Palin Wednesday at a massive rally
on Boston Common, the Herald has learned.

Brown’s decision to
skip the first big rally in Boston by the group whose members are
credited with helping him win election has some experts saying he’s
tossed the Tea Party overboard, as he prepares for re-election in 2012.

(Excerpt) Read more atbostonherald.com

Brown is in a no win situation.Palin’s unfavorability(sp?) numbers
are very low around here(sadly)

Does that mean that her favorability numbers are very high?

and Brown has to walk a fine line to win
reelection in ’12. I do think he should go but I understand why he’s
not.

1
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 6:29:27 AM
byGQuagmire

.

To: GQuagmire

He can’t win by snubbing the people who got him elected in the
first place. This is precisely why the GOP in general is in such a
shambles right now. They turned their backs on their Conservative roots.
I was hoping that people like Scott Brown had finally learned this
lesson. Apparently, my hopes were too high.

3
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 6:33:15 AM
by84rules
( Ooh-Rah! Semper Fi!)

GlennBeck

To: 84rules

Senator Scott Brown will get the political response he deserves.

4
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 6:34:50 AM
bySatinDoll
(NO Foreign Nationals as our President!!)

div class=”a2″>To: GQuagmire

He won’t be the first to tell the one[s] that took him to the
dance to take a hike after he gets there.

6
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 6:35:57 AM
bysport

p>CarrieProm

p>CarriePromDumped

blockquote>

To: 84rules

okay, so some paper says Brown is snubbing Teaparty therefore it
must be so and we have to agree this is a snub.

10
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 6:37:22 AM
bycampaignPete R-CT
(“pray without ceasing” – Paul of Tarsus)

Yeah! It’s the lamestream media, dontcha know! It’s all lies!!!

To: campaignPete R-CT

What would you call it?

11
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 6:38:28 AM
by84rules
( Ooh-Rah! Semper Fi!)

p>To: GQuagmire

Brown’s decision to skip the first big rally in Boston by the group
whose members are credited with helping him win election has some
experts saying he’s tossed the Tea Party overboard, as he prepares for
re-election in 2012.

“He wants to mainstream himself before the
election,” said Larry Sabato, a University of Virginia political
scientist.

Sounds like he’s joined the inside the beltway crowd.

Scott, we hardly knew you.

17
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 6:42:35 AM
byMcGruff
(So how is that Hopey Changey thingy working out for ya America?)

SARAH???? OUR SARAH????

Oh no you didnt

To: Diogenesis

Why is anyone surprised?

39
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 7:43:48 AM
byrintense
(Only dead fish go with the flow, which explains why Congress stinks.)

Well, I could refer you to the eleventy-seven Free Republic threads about how Scott Brown was only the beginning of a New Political Day for the GOP, but I think you can probably imagine them – no sense overloading the doofus filters.

To: GQuagmire

Brown can be taken out in 2012 just like he was elected…

54
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 8:37:49 AM
byRowdyFFC
(The opinion of a wise Welshtino woman…)

div class=”a2″>To: RowdyFFC

(Brown can be taken out in 2012 just like he was elected…)

Good… then why don’t you start the replace Scott Brown with Rachel
Maddow campaign.

55
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 8:45:39 AM
byTShaunK

Quick – what do “Republicans with integrity”, the Rachel Maddow campaign, and unicorns all have in common?

To: MaxMax

I knew it before he took office. The Tea Party should put up
another candidate to run against him.

62
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 9:49:48 AM
bysauropod
(Ill behaved women rarely make dinner.)

Isn’t that what you guys did the last time?

To: who knows what evil?

So far her political instincts are absolutely amazing. I bet she
knows what she’s doing. Every time people start second guessing her
shoulda, coulda, woulda they end up being wrong andshe ends up looking
damn smart.

Cindie

69
posted onMonday, April 12, 2010 10:27:39 AM
bygardencatz
(Proud mom US Marine! It can’t always be someone else’s son.)

Yep – much like the first words that come to mind when one thinks of Hitler is “nice” and “warm”, the first words that come to most peoples’ minds when they think about the honourable Half-A-Governor is “damn smart”.

What planet do these idiots live on, anyway?

Well, that’s enough for now – but before we hit the showers, a little Bonus Brillo Baby Blogging.

We take her to the groomers once in a cerulean lunar event and have her Brillo coat shorn down to its sleek undercoat – I’m never sure that I’m picking up the right dog.

Before:

Brillo4

p>After:

BrilloShorn

p>I usually croon “ugly girl” to her, and now I have to croon “pretty girl”…

The missus and I are headed to Turner Falls, Ok next Wed to go camping – pics next Monday. Play nice.

/div>

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4 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – “You’re no fun anymore” edition

  1. daryljfontaine says:

    For shame! Even the before picture of your Brillo Baby is a “pretty girl.” Scruffy, but still a pretty girl.
    I do get it though, my wife’s terrier-mix Max would got to a point of shagginess where we had to say “enough!” and when he was picked up from the groomer he always looked like a more streamlined, aerodynamic dog.
    As for the Freepers, I am glad to see that the stealth ultra-liberal Alinskyite plot to claim that the Tea Parties would be seeded with infiltrators has borne fruit, and now they are seeing “Reds” everywhere! No one even had to lift a finger — just plant the idea in their heads and let their fevered minds do all the work.
    D

  2. Interrobang says:

    Speaking of which, I’d really like to start a rumour on Freak Republic that the Obama Administration wants to replace George Washington’s face on the $1 bill with Obama’s. Bonus points if someone can work in “because Washington owned slaves” in there somewhere. 🙂 Hah, they’d climb the walls forhours at a time.

  3. MapleStreet says:

    Of course hispanic = illegal aliens much the way that Irish = Catholic = Seditionists.
    As for canceling the Day of Prayer, from memory from the paper within the last week, some lower court (?District Court?) has ruled that the Day of Prayer amounts to the establishment of religion. The same newspaper article included that there are no plans to cancel it (and it seemed odd to me in that the ruling court wasn’t DC.). I should also add the disclaimer that I have a stack of unread newspapers of which I grab a handful and read, as convenient (you’d understand if you know my local paper) – so the news may be several months old also.
    And don’t get me started on the reported links between “The Family” and the Day of Prayer. Frankly, I think it would be appropriate to have some prayer rugs added as well as the trappings of other religions represented in this great melting pot known as the USA.

  4. Tommy T says:

    Interrobang – I like the way you think.

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