Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Birther Bonanza edition

Good morning, gentle people – it’s time again to pull our iso suits on, hook up the air supplies, and enter the fetid air of Freeperville. Let’s see what the worst and dumbest have to offer for this week, shall we?

I’m been neglecting the entertaining Orly Taitz, lately, so let’s have a look at the most consistently divisive topic on Free Republic – is you is, or is you ain’t, a fruitcake?

First up – Run, Orly, run!‏

Accusations
Interrupt Tea Party Meeting (Orly Taitz)


Hermosa Beach Patch, CA ^

| May 19, 2010
| Jonathan Oyama

Posted onThursday, May 20, 2010 8:14:52
AM
bySvenMagnussen

An uninvited California secretary of state candidate interrupted a
Tea Party meeting in Hermosa Beach on Tuesday evening with accusations
that her opponent committed voter fraud.

The meeting of the South
Bay Tea Party was held at the Church of Christ on Aviation Boulevard.

The
candidate, Orly Taitz, claimed that her opponent, Republican Damon
Dunn, was ineligible to run because he had tried to alter his voting
record.South Bay Tea Party leader Gary Aven asked Taitz to leave, but
she refused.

Any day at the beach is a good day!

1
posted onThursday, May 20, 2010 8:14:53 AM
bySvenMagnussen

To: SvenMagnussen

Orly Taitz again, anything for attention.

4
posted onThursday, May 20, 2010 8:22:33 AM
bymuddler
(Obama is either incompetent or malicious, and it makes little
difference which.)

div class=”a2″>To: SvenMagnussen

She’s a tough cookie – she’d give’em a run for the money.

6
posted onThursday, May 20, 2010 8:25:58 AM
bybronxville

blockquote>

p>To: bronxville

You can bet if Obama tries to run in 2012 while Taitz is the
secretary of state he won’t be put on the state ballet unless he proves
he’s a natural born citizen.

13
posted onThursday, May 20, 2010 8:42:52 AM
byRed Steel

To: Red Steel

You can bet if Obama tries to run in 2012 while Taitz is the
secretary of state he won’t be put on the state ballet unless he proves
he’s a natural born citizen.

You can bet that in 2012 Orly Taitz
won’t be California’s Secretary of State.

22
posted onThursday, May 20, 2010 9:04:20 AM
byDrew68

Sadly, true. But they don’t know that at this point in time.

To: Man50D
The guy’s running for SOS against her and she isn’t supposed to
inform the people?

By interrupting private meetings on private
property and not leaving when asked?

37
posted onThursday, May 20, 2010 10:10:43 AM
bySloth
(Civil disobedience? I’m afraid only the uncivil kind is going to cut
it this time.)

div class=”a2″>To: lucysmom

I bet she didn’t use a teleprompter like the guy who occupies the
White House.

WTF2

You should be more worried about Obama, his policies, and
the rest of his administration. Now, that is incompetence on display.

47
posted onThursday, May 20, 2010 10:26:43 PM
byRed Steel

div class=”a2″>To: BuckeyeTexan; Man50D
If he’s breaking the law, inform the authorities, but don’t make a
circus out of it and promote yourself in the center ring.

Would those be the authorities that investigated the over seas
money donated to Zero’s campaigning? or the authorities who investigated
the black panthers wearing para military gear, carrying night sticks,
and intimidating white voters? or perhaps the authorities who
investigated sanctuary cities that serve as a hiding place for MS13, and
people and drug traffickers?

38
posted onThursday, May 20, 2010 10:35:36 AM
byalgernonpj
(He who pays the piper . . .)

So – to sum up:

You’re concerned about the Mexican Black Panthers and their nightsticks.

FreudOnVacation

To: BuckeyeTexan

Actually I agree with you. I used to cheer Taitz early on for her
outspoken opinion on the BC issue and her tenacity, but she’s now just a
pathetic lunatic. I believe she single handedly turned a lot of people
off from BC issue by her clownish and unprofessional antics.

14
posted onThursday, May 20, 2010 8:43:49 AM
bySpaceBar

blockquote>

To: SpaceBar

Holy Cow! You made my day. If even one freeper has woken up to
her lunatic-fringe behavior, then there is hope for others.

17
posted onThursday, May 20, 2010 8:52:16 AM
byBuckeyeTexan
(Integrity, Honesty, Character, & Loyalty still matter)

No. There’s not.

To: All

canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/12999

(snip)
Every member of the Supreme Court, every member of congress, every
member of the Joint Chiefs, most members of the DOD, CIA, FBI, Secret
Service and state run media, ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, PBS, NPR, MSNBC, Fox
and print news, knows that Barack Hussein Obama does NOT meet Article II
– Section I constitutional requirements for the office he holds. By his
own biography, there is NO way he can pass the test. The hard evidence
is so far beyond overwhelming, it is ridiculous.

You know, that’s exactly the word that came to mind.

(snip)
But not ONE member of America’s most powerful people will dare confront
Obama and his anti-American cabal on the subject. The Constitution does
NOT stand.

Instead, the Constitution has the audacity to take coffee breaks and SIT DOWN!

WHO WILL SAVE FREEDOM?

MightyMouseHereIcome

A brave few… This is how it was in the beginning, how it has always been
and how it will be.

Stupid without end, amen.

(Snip)

DR. ORLY TAITZ, Phil Berg and Gary Kreep, ALL OF WHOM HAVE MADE
DEFENDING THE CONSTITUTION AND THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE A PERSONAL
AMBITION, IN THE ABSENCE OF ANY CONSTITUTION LEADERSHIP.

(Snip)
A PRECIOUS FEW, BUT THEY EXIST… and the walls are indeed closing in on
Obama and his evil cabal. IF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE FAIL TO GET BEHIND
THESE BRAVE FEW WHO ARE SEEKING PEACEFUL REDRESS, ALL THE PEACEFUL
OPTIONS WILL EVAPORATE AS IF THEY NEVER EXISTED. WE WILL RETURN TO A
PRE-1776 AMERICA OVERNIGHT..

Caps-lock-trainer-key

A precious few, indeed. Lets get behind those few brave patriots who
are out there in the trenches every day working to prove Obama’s
inelgibility:

Dr. Orly has put her life’s blood into this fight. SHE HAS MADE
DEFENDING THE CONSTITUTION AND THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE A PERSONAL
AMBITION, IN THE ABSENCE OF ANY CONSTITUTION LEADERSHIP FROM COWARDLY
REPUBLICANS AND THE SCOTUS.

She’s busy setting up her own shadow government, with no taxes, and no brown people allowed.

Plus, she’ll only vote for candidates who will roll back the SCOTUS-backed violations of the constitution, like that nasty Nineteenth Amendment.

Dr. Orly is the ONLY one out there in the trenches EVERY day hitting
Obama on multiple fronts and trying to bring him down. It is reported
that she is more than $8,000 in debt from using her own funds for
expenses in her flights across the U.S for interviews, speeches, serving
papers and meeting with officials.

Does that count the sanctions?

She is exhausted. She is nervous. She is frustrated. It is reported that
she gets by on 4-5 hours of sleep per night, and her family is very
worried about her health- as well as her safety.
She makes mistakes. But she will NOT give up. She will keep on until she
gets it right.

So let’s get behind this great little Russian refugee and great
American patriot.

Stop tearing her apart. The Obots don’t need our help.
The obots are scared to death

AmusedToDeath

of this little lady and her determination.
That’s why they come out in droves all over the net on forums, chat
rooms and even the national news to attack and ridicule.

HELP HER!

http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/blog1/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcChG5pRTOE&feature=player_embedded

canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/12999

59
posted onFriday, June 18, 2010 8:05:39 PM
bypatriot08
(TEXAS GAL- born and bred and proud of it!)

We’ll have to look below the fold to see if Orly gets the help she so plainly needs.

Who’s with me??


Orly v
Obama – Dismissed


nativeborncitizen.wordpress.com ^

| 4/16/2010
| Chief Judge Royce C. Lamberth

Posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 2:06:30
PM
byElderberry

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

ORLY
TAITZ,

Plaintiff,

v. Civil Action 10-151 (RCL)

BARACK
HUSSEIN OBAMA, Defendant.

MEMORANDUM OPINION

Before the
Court is the defendant’s motion [18] to dismiss the first amended
complaint and Christopher Strunk’s motion [6] to intervene. Also pending
before the Court is the plaintiffs motion [17] to consolidate this case
with an action currently pending in the United States District Court
for the Northern District of Florida. Upon consideration of the motion
to dismiss, the applicable law, and the entire record herein the motion
will be granted for the reasons set forth below. After consideration of
the motion to intervene, the opposition, the applicable law, and the
entire record herein the motion will be denied for the reasons set forth
below. After consideration of the motion to consolidate, the
opposition, and the applicable law, the motion shall be denied without
prejudice as this Court lacks jurisdiction to hear it.

Another one bites the dust.

1
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 2:06:30 PM
byElderberry

div class=”a2″>To: Elderberry

Another Fix is in.

2
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 2:07:06 PM
byUS Navy Vet

.

To: Elderberry

I wonder ifthe rat bastards at this kangaroo court decided based
on obama’s promises and a newspaper clipping like that stupid @sshole
Bill O’reilly.

5
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 2:18:30 PM
byProle
(Please pray for the families of Chris and Channon. May God always
watch over them.)

And if the rat bastards at the kangaroo court can’t ferret this one out, the birds of a feather will just lie doggo while the eagle soars and the snakes in the grass wolf down our chicken sheep with all this bull.

How did this obvious libtard judge get an appointment, anyway?? Does he hate Ammurica?

To: US Navy Vet

Lamberth, Royce C.
Born 1943 in San Antonio, TX

Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia
Nominated by Ronald Reagan on March 19, 1987,

Et tu, Ronnie?

to a seat vacated by
Barrington D. Parker, Sr.; Confirmed by the Senate on November 13, 1987,
and received commission on November 16, 1987. Served as chief judge,
2008-present.

Education:
University of Texas, B.A., 1965
University of Texas School of Law, LL.B., 1967

R_Lee

“Texas??”

Professional Career:
U.S. Army Captain, JAG Corps, 1967-1974
U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Columbia, 1974-1987
Assistant U.S. attorney, Civil Division, 1974-1977
Assistant chief, Civil Division, 1977-1978
Chief, Civil Division, 1978-1987

Obviously some kind of career litigator

Race or Ethnicity: White

Gender: Male

Judas.

6
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 2:19:17 PM
byLurking Libertarian
(Non sub homine, sed sub Deo et lege)

div class=”a2″>To: Elderberry

Long ago when i was in school, we were taught about “checks and
balances”. In short each branch of government, executive, legislative
and judicial held the other branches in check. I see now that learning
this was a colossal waste of time, because along the way, this has been
discarded.

This is how dictators rise to power.

7
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 2:20:32 PM
byThe Sons of Liberty
(The 0bama regime represents an “Clear and Present Danger” to the US –
Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin)

By filing frivolous lawsuits?

Junta
“After we sued God in civil court for making it rain too much, our control was complete!”

To: urtax$@work
It is the normal response of a liar to overly explain why, how, and
why not. A good liar finds a believable succint reason and sticks with
just that – simple, clean, concise…

The judge is a bought-off
crook, period. I don’t care who or why he/she was put where they are, or
by whom
.

ReaganLaughing

Crook, period…

12
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 2:36:50 PM
byGaffer
(“Profling: The only profile I need is a chalk outline around their
dead ass!”)

Senile? Obviously. Crook? Debatable.

To: Elderberry

No surprise. I said it was coming a few days ago when he
“judicially noticed” her.

SexyJudge


“After a bit, all I could do was bang me gavel.”

parsy, who isn’t at all surprised

14
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 2:39:36 PM
byparsifal
(Woe to those who foster stupidity for their own sake, for they shall be
drawn and quartered – WEIG)

div class=”a2″>To: Elderberry

Oh, this is cute! From the decision:

“Ironically enough, Ms. Taitz could never establish such an injury
because—as far as the Court is aware—she was not elected president nor
could she be as she is not a natural born citizen herself.”

parsy, who says the Judge is gigging her

16
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 2:47:38 PM
byparsifal
(Woe to those who foster stupidity for their own sake, for they shall be
drawn and quartered – WEIG)

ROFL

To: hoosierham
EVERY case has been dismissed on the grounds of “lack of
standing”;it is pretty clear the judiciary is scared to death of the
Chicago thug-in-chief.

No it’sabolutely clear
that Taitz is an incompetent attorney.

18
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 2:53:23 PM
bybrowardchad
(“Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own fact.” –
Daniel P Moynihan)

Ya know, when aFreeper thinks you’re crazy, how looney-tunes do ya have to be for that?

To: browardchad

“No it’s abolutely clear that Taitz is an incompetent attorney.”
__

She’s unquestionably an incompetent attorney. But all the other
eligibility attorneys have gotten similar results, so maybe they’re all
incompetent …which kinda makes you wonder why no competent attorneys
would touch these cases.

20
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 2:57:53 PM
byBigGuy22

Asked.

To: BigGuy22

“. . .which kinda makes you wonder why no competent attorneys
would touch these cases.”

It should make people wonder. Lacking either a factual or legal basis
for a suit is a good place to begin.

parsy, who doesn’t wonder

24
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 3:04:34 PM
byparsifal
(Woe to those who foster stupidity for their own sake, for they shall be
drawn and quartered – WEIG)

Answered.

That Orly love dies hard, though:

To: parsifal

Parsifal, how much do you get paid to troll these threads?

25
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 3:17:48 PM
byLachisula

To: Lachisula

Its all for free. I have a keen interest in the legal aspects of
this stuff.To my knowledge, there has never been an Orly before, and I
think we all should enjoy her antics while we can.
(Hemenway, Apuzzo,
and others are just as wrong, but far less comical.)

parsy, who has enough sense to stop and smell the roses.

28
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 3:23:35 PM
byparsifal
(Woe to those who foster stupidity for their own sake, for they shall be
drawn and quartered – WEIG)

To: parsifal

zot.

Problem solved.

27
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 3:23:32 PM
byLas Vegas Ron
(“Because without America, there is no free world” – Canada Free Press –
MSM, where are you?)

To: Gaffer

The judge is a bought-off crook, period. I don’t care who or why
he/she was put where they are, or by whom. Crook, period…

Funny…I sure remember how much we were fans of his during the Clinton
years when he was letting some of those lawsuits go forward. Maybe the
problem is not with the judge.

47
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 5:36:58 PM
byTex-Con-Man

Ouch.

To: Las Vegas Ron

Hey, if 61 dismissed or denied lawsuits including 7 at the
Supreme Court is what turns you on, far be it from me to suggest
something different to you. Enjoy!

59
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 7:58:36 PM
byjamese777

div class=”a2″>To: jamese777
is what turns you on, far be it from me to suggest something
different to you. Enjoy!

If watching your Country be destroyed
and disrupting those who are trying to stop it turns you on then get
lost.

60
posted onFriday, April 16, 2010 8:04:21 PM
byLas Vegas Ron
(“Because without America, there is no free world” – Canada Free Press –
MSM, where are you?)


CaptainHyperbole

To: Non-Sequitur

At least she is doing the work, and she is getting closer each
time.

Doesn’t change the fact that Obamas days in illegal office are
shortening.

87
posted onSaturday, April 17, 2010 10:48:44 AM
byplenipotentiary
(Obama was a BRITISH SUBJECT at birth, passed to him via Pops, can’t be
NBC)

Coffee and cats alert!!

To: Non-Sequitur
At least she is doing the work, and she is getting closer each
time.

Is it possible for one to get closer to complete failure?
😀

90
posted onSaturday, April 17, 2010 12:05:17 PM
byBuckeyeTexan
(Integrity, Honesty, Character, & Loyalty still matter)

SpitMyDrink

To browardchad:

Yep. She’s an incompetent, attention whore, with schizophrenic
tendencies. As I’ve said before, she couldn’t properly file her
paperwork or interpret a judicial ruling if Chief Justice Roberts
himself explained everything to her word for word in Russian.

96
posted onSaturday, April 17, 2010 1:27:21 PM
byBuckeyeTexan
(Integrity, Honesty, Character, & Loyalty still matter)

Hard to add anything to that.

Hey –Our Sarah RUNS!!!!!!‏

Sarah
Palin Will Announce Her Candidacy On Feb 6th 2011 In Tampico, Illinois


Citizen Palin 4 President ^

| Michael J. Fahy

Posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 2:18:47
PM
byMaxCUA

Sarah Palin will announce her candidacy for President in Tampico,
Illinois (or maybe Dixon or Eureka) on February 6, 2011, Dutch Reagan’s
100th birthday. That is not just my prediction/fantasy; others thought
the same after her Wednesday address in Chicagoland’s suburban Rosemont,
where she unabashedly took charge of the then erupting Highland Park
school debacle. Palin fired up the Chicago crowd, citing Ronald Reagan
as a driving influence in her life and political career.

1
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 2:18:48 PM
byMaxCUA

div class=”a2″>To: MaxCUA

I give her a 25% chance of making it out of the primary and thats
being extremely generous. Her support is an inch wide and a mile deep.

5
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 2:26:19 PM
byDemonDeac

To: MaxCUA

I hope she spells it correctly.

12
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 2:31:28 PM
byHospiceNurse

Oh no you didnt

To: DemonDeac

Any good manager would tell her to stay out.Her earning
potential is in never having to put up.

9
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 2:28:09 PM
byWolfie

Whoa

To: MaxCUA
I hope and pray that we can have someone who is actually competent
and intelligent like Jim DeMint.How can we get Sen. DeMint to run for
President? He is the best!

15
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 2:31:58 PM
byGinaLolaB

Irony_strikes

To: Blogger
That was rather catty

That is rather sexist. I spent the
entire “W” administration embarrassed that our president was incapable
of intelligent communication. Sarah has the right thoughts, but she is
not ready for prime time from a communication standpoint, just like W.

21
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 2:44:31 PM
byHospiceNurse

In other words, being batshit crazy is OK, as long as you’re articulate?

To: GinaLolaB

Are you saying that Sarah Palin is not competent and intelligent?

As Sarah would say..

“Thems fightin words”

25
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 2:49:20 PM
byse_ohio_young_conservative
(I)

Um, no…wrong cartoon character.

ThemsFightinWords

To: se_ohio_young_conservative
Are you saying that Sarah Palin is not competent and intelligent?

YEP, YOU BETCHA, THAT IS WHAT I’M SAYING!

29
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 2:56:28 PM
byGinaLolaB

Heh.

To: MaxCUA

She needs to announce Bachmann as VP on the spot. Run as a ticket
immediately.

31
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 2:58:24 PM
bynhwingut
(Palin/Bachmann ’12)

OhPleasePleasePlease

To: wilco200

“Newt is laying some serious conservative groundwork.”

He had his day, but now he’s way too liberal— will lose the
conservative vote.

/div>

blockquote>

Pro global warming.

I thought you nutcases wereallfor that?

Called Tea Parties “militant”.

“If you call me militant again, I’ll blow your head off.”

Supported Dede Scozzafava (pro abortion, pro gay marriage, pro card
check).

Pro pain…

Arrogant Beltway elitist.
General adultery issues.

Um, for a Republican, that’s a feature, not a bug.

Specific issue abandoning critically ill wife.

His wife is more annoying than Michele Obama.

“But not anywhere near as annoying as I am”

34
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 3:07:56 PM
byMayflowerMadam
(Every time a liberal whines, an angel gets his wings.)

What else we got?

Hey – how about some good oldFreeper War Porn?

Here you go, Freepers – you’ll need this:

Astroglide

Cigarette?

And these are the same fuckwads who will complain about “snuff films” as an outrage to their high moral standards..

Ok(now you’re glad you have those iso suits on, aren’tcha?) next, it’s:Abstinence? Souter self.‏

Exclusive:
Indiana Rep. Mark Souder to Resign Amid Affair With Staffer


Fox News ^

| May 18, 2010
| Chad Pergram & Steve Brown

Posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 8:11:33
AM
byrdl6989

Eight-term Rep. Mark Souder will announce his resignation Tuesday
after it came to light that he was conducting an affair with a female
staffer who worked in his district office, Fox News has learned.

Multiple
senior House sources indicated that the extent of the affair would have
landed Souder before the House Ethics Committee.

Elected as a
family values conservative
as part of the Republican revolution in 1994,
Souder survived a tough re-election challenge in 2008 and survived a
contested primary two weeks ago.

1
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 8:11:33 AM
byrdl6989

p>To: rdl6989

was she worth it?

Dunno. Usual Freeper protocol when dealing with stories about sexual predators is to post a pic of the female, and start voting “Guilty” or “Not Guilty”, depending on whether or not you want to shag her yourself. Why should this thread be any different?

sad for his family

2
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 8:12:54 AM
bysilverleaf

div class=”a2″>To: SmokingJoe

Why didn’t he just switch parties? This is a resume enhancer for a
Rat.

15
posted onTuesday, May 18, 2010 8:20:39 AM
byOldexpat


NewtGoFuckYourself


Time for one more – Why do so many people hate Israel?‏

Serious
Question: Why do so many people hate Israel??


Me
| June 2, 2010
| Me

Posted onWednesday, June 02, 2010
2:05:35 PM
byi88schwartz

Seriously, I don’t get it. I see so many anti-Israel and anti-Semitic
posts on the internet. Why not love our only real ally in the middle
east?

1
posted onWednesday, June 02, 2010 2:05:35 PM
byi88schwartz

Let me explain it to you.

First, there’s a big difference between hate and disgust, so let’s just retire the “hate” red herring right now.

Secondly, someone who drags you into their fights, and then expects you to put out the fire they started isnot your friend, or your ally. They’re using you. I know that Freepers probably gravitate to the siege mentality that seems to rule the Israeli government, but that’s no excuse for being a dupe.

There was a younger kid, small of stature but long on belligerency that joined the bad-boy gang at my high school. Definitely a junior member, but for these guys it was “fight one of us, fight all of us”. A funny thing happened, though – the gang eventually got tired of the little punk-ass using them as a threat and starting shit he shouldn’t be starting and relying on them to finish it. After he started one too many fights, got his ass beat as usual, and went to the gang for backup, they beat the shit out of him too, and kicked him out of the gang.

Now why do you suppose they hated him?

He was their friend and ally, after all.

This was before “A Christmas Story”, but you all would have easily recognized him as being Grover Dill.

DillAndFarkus

span style=”font-size: 18px;”> Israel is Grover Dill with a thermonuclear weapon.p>Class dismissed.

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7 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Birther Bonanza edition

  1. MarcD says:

    I read FR all the time, and I think almost all the bat-sh1t crazy BS comes down to basic selfishness and lack of personal awareness.
    Our guy didn’t win an election – WE NEED TO TAKE OUR COUNTRY BACK!
    Our guy compromised on an issue – GD RINO! WE’LL THROW YOU OUT!
    Someone criticized “Our Sarah” – TROLL! ELITIST! AMERICA HATER!
    When in actuality, their basic premise is that if things don’t go exactly as they see them in their tiny little brains, then they are entitled to circumvent any rule of law to make their delusions reality. And THAT is exactly the elitist dictatorial state they profess to fight against.

  2. pansypoo says:

    kiss on accordion might be bearable.

  3. MapleStreet says:

    Admittedly, I’ve been off line for a few days. But I need someone to explain things to me.
    [
    1) Orly went to a tea party meeting. I thought the Tea Party welcomed everyone. And Orly is a conservative, so she should fit in. But now the Freepers are referring to the Tea Party meeting as a private meeting?
    2) Orly’s opponent altered his voting record. I thought that was mandatory for a politician. How does that make him ineligible to run for office?

  4. Sandia Blanca says:

    “State ballet”???? The only State Ballet I know of is the Bolshoi. Orly is from Russia, right?

  5. Kibitzer 2006 says:

    To MapleStreet:

    Admittedly, I’ve been off line for a few days. But I need someone to explain things to me.
    1) Orly went to a tea party meeting. I thought the Tea Party welcomed everyone. And Orly is a conservative, so she should fit in. But now the Freepers are referring to the Tea Party meeting as a private meeting?

    The teabaggers welcome everyone who thinks (or doesn’t think) exactly as they do (or don’t). Important caveat. Unfortunately they have so many brands of lunacy that it’s hard to figure out where you will be accepted. Lunacy, in and of itself, is necessary but not sufficient. Orly is a whacko, and so should fit in. The problem is that she is not this particular brand of whacko.

    2) Orly’s opponent altered his voting record. I thought that was mandatory for a politician. How does that make him ineligible to run for office?

    The same way being born in Hawaii makes you ineligible. See, it’s very simple once you divorce yourself from all rational thought.
    –Kibitzer

  6. Kibitzer 2006 says:

    The Sayings of Tommy T
    It’s great to see him back in form. The following are just a random assortment of things I was about to type before I saw that Tommy T had already done so… I guess that’s why we have him lead these expeditions.

    [Random Freepi stuff]
    No. There’s not.
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    You know, that’s exactly the word that came to mind.
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    Instead, the Constitution has the audacity to take coffee breaks and SIT DOWN!
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    Stupid without end, amen.
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    Does that count the sanctions?
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    Et tu, Ronnie?
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    Senile? Obviously. Crook? Debatable.
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    Ya know, when a Freeper thinks you’re crazy, how looney-tunes do ya have to be for that?
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    Asked.
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    Answered.
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    Hard to add anything to that.
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    In other words, being batshit crazy is OK, as long as you’re articulate?
    [More random Freepi stuff]
    Ok (now you’re glad you have those iso suits on, aren’tcha?)

    –Kibitzer

  7. Tommy T says:

    At least Kibitzer isn’t telling me to play the red 7 on the black 8.
    🙂
    Tommy

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