Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – “Rooseveltcare” Edition

p>Good Monday morning, everyone!

Republicans always wonder why the rest of the word thinks they’re so heartless and greedy, or , as the Iowa GOP put it :

Who wants to be part of a political party that isn’t open or welcoming,
that’s seen as arrogant, backwards-looking, or even racist?

Who, indeed?

It’s easy to see how these image issues come about. Let’s examine them, which in this case, means donning iso gear and using long-handled tongs to pick them up…

Demand
that Republicans repeal Obamacare AND Johnsoncare and Rooseveltcare AND
ZOTcare!


Posted onTuesday, March 23, 2010
12:20:29 PM
byghostas

I am SICK. Sick and tired of coddling the Republicans. They let this
happen just as much as the voters who voted for 0bama. How? How can that
be? Easy, they started suckling the teat of socialism.

For years
the GOP has REFUSED to attack medicare or medicaid or social security.
They consider them hands off. So what happened? Voters assumed that
since other Big Government social programs were “okay” that one more
couldn’t hurt.

It’s time to stop the lies! How can we continue to
let Republicans slide by giving some social programs the okay? NO MORE
SOCIALISM! It’s time to demand that your reps and senators go forward
and say “We are repealing ALL socialism!” No 0bamacare. No Johnsoncare.
No Rooseveltcare. NO MORE CARE.

Attack at the heart if you really
want to slay the hydra, otherwise you’ll be battling its ever growing
heads forever until it devours you.

If a single Republican
continues to give any approval to the socialist programs in media
appearances or statements on their website or ANYTHING, DO NOT SUPPORT
THEM.

1
posted onTuesday, March 23, 2010 12:20:29 PM
byghostas

div class=”a2″>To: ghostas

Obamacare maybe and hopefully, but as to the other two no-wayit
is not possible without a actual civil war.

2
posted onTuesday, March 23, 2010 12:22:31 PM
byKartographer
(“.. we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our
sacred honor.”)

And we all know how that last one ended up…

To: Kartographer

Suits me. End the game of lies and cut off support to the
worthless parasites.

3
posted onTuesday, March 23, 2010 12:25:08 PM
bywally_bert
(It’s sheer elegance in its simplicity! – The Middleman)

ElderlyWoman

Wait until your turn comes, bubba.

blockquote>

To: ghostas

Exactly, this is the result of decades of people looking to the
government to provide for them. You can’t just repeal ObamaCare, you
have to go back to the root and restore the Constitution as it was
before Roosevelt
if we want to have any chance of being and staying a
free country.

5
posted onTuesday, March 23, 2010 12:28:59 PM
byWinOne4TheGipper
(Truthers to the Left of me, Birthers (pretending to be) to the Right of
me!)

Hooverville

blockquote>

To: Kartographer

so then we’re expected to sit idly by and support politicians
that support only 2/3rds of the socialist beast?

4
posted onTuesday, March 23, 2010 12:25:16 PM
byghostas

blockquote>

To: ghostas

I am just telling it like it is. Do you realy think that people

And by “People”, I mean myself.

that have paid into Social Security for over 30-40 years are just going
to say well the ‘guberment’ screwed me and took my money and now I get
none of it back and I should just write it off?

6
posted onTuesday, March 23, 2010 12:32:40 PM
byKartographer
(“.. we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our
sacred honor.”)

Sometimes cognitive dissonance and greed are uneasy partners.

To: ghostas

I appreciate your emotional involvement in an important issue but
you overlook some facts. George Bush tried to change Social Security as
one of his first acts as President. The media, the Democrat Congress,
the unions and all the other usual suspects viciously attacked him and
killed the idea.

Newt Gingrich and the Republican House put the brakes on many of Bill
Clinton’s liberal ideas. He and Hillary tried to enact national health
care themselves. If not for the Republicans in Congress Bill Clinton
would have been as bad as Obama. Without the Republicans in Congress
Obama would have done even more than he already has. Look how long it
took him to get this far on healthcare after a year of non-stop
campaigning and arm twisting.

Without Republicans, even the rinos, we would be much worse off.

I don’t know about you personally, butI often suspect many who blast
Republicans and demand a 3rd party effort are actually liberals moles
trying to dishearten and misinform conservatives.

Does that include all the Freepers who agreed with him?

Many of you demand a
candidate who is perfect according to your standards.

Sarah Palin is as close as I have seen in a long time and many of you
find fault with her.

14
posted onTuesday, March 23, 2010 1:07:43 PM
byMind-numbed Robot
(Not all that needs to be done needs to be done by the government)

Well, we all know what happens to “liberal moles”…

To: ghostas
ghostas
Account # 276357
Signup 2007-05-12
Messages 6
articles, 10 replies

Bye-bye, troll

16
posted onTuesday, March 23, 2010 1:45:21 PM
byAdmin Moderator

Wow – that should encourage all the lurkers who have been FR members for three years to contribute.

Eventually, they’ll be down to just Jim Robinson and one Admin Moderator warily eying each other over their keyboards, ring fingers hovering over the “Enter” key.

More after the hopey-jumpy thingy…

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8 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – “Rooseveltcare” Edition

  1. gene214 says:

    This sentence is comedy gold, I tell ya!
    Sarah Palin is refusing to be tied down by the Republican National Committee, days after the committee was found to have spent donors’ money at an erotic, bondage-themed club.
    No other comment is necessary

  2. montag says:

    ZOTcare? Is that like homeopathic medicine involving the anteater in the “B.C.” comic strip?
    Or, more likely, is it a typo and the misguided schlub meant “ZOGcare?”
    I also think it quite funny that they seem to have completely forgotten–in the midst of complaining about the GOP’s lack of balls–that Bush and the GOP tried mightily to privatize Social Security in 2005, and utterly failed because most sane people don’t want it privatized?
    The distance between the Freepers and reality gets larger and larger by the minute. (Probably as good an explanation of ever-expanding universe as we’re likely to find. 🙂 )

  3. MapleStreet says:

    Many of you demand a candidate who is perfect according to your standards.
    Sarah Palin is as close as I have seen in a long time…
    At least the Freeper did say “according to your standards”. But of course, what controversial issues has Palin actually given a detailed position statement for?
    And the talk of Bush and Social Security. Have they already forgotten what would have happened had SS been dropped into the public market at the start of the Bush years?

  4. Interrobang says:

    Canada geese (actually named after a guy with the last name “Canada,” not as in from here) are speciating into the migratory kind and the non-migratory kind. We have both around here. The non-migratory kind not infrequently gets frozen into the local river ice, but nobody ever said they were particularly smart. My Israeli friend called them “snobim” which means exactly what it looks like. 🙂
    By the way, I hope I am that old lady when I get old — if I have to be old and in a wheelchair (which I probably will be long before I even get that old), I hope I at least have an adoring cat to help me get through the days; they sure help at that.

  5. MapleStreet says:

    Interobang,
    I love cats too. But did you notice that cat’s tail?

  6. The date the state ratified the United States Constitution or was admitted to the Union

  7. Tommy T says:

    Kibitzer – it just occurred to me that someone who’s been a lawyer for over 55 years has to be over 84 years old now, and probably has as many functioning brain cells as Denny Crane.
    Tommy

  8. Kibitzer 2007 says:

    Tommy T–
    I had actually noticed that and written very similar words, but deleted them in deference to Justices Holmes, Brennan, Marshal, Stevens and a host of others. Of course in this case I’m sure you’re right.
    –Kibitzer

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