Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – “Taking their country back” Edition

Good morning, gentle people – well, I’ve been putting it off for a while, but there’s a stack of Freeper mental sludge drums with “taking their country back” stamped all over them. I’ve had Kibitzer and Adrastos put up some extra plastic sheets on the walls in case any of the toxic Freeper waste splashes out when we open them. (Looks like Dexter’s hobby room in there.)

Let’s crank up the blowers, suit up, and crack that airlock door, shall we?

First up – I think we have the Freeper “We’re not racists” thing in its true perspective, because nothing says tolerance and inclusion like wanting to shoot someone with the wrong skin colour because you don’t like the way they dress.

Pants On Ground Prompts Bullet In Butt
The Smoking Gun ^ | October 4, 2010 | Staff

Posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:14:15 PM by50mm

Incensed when two teenagers ignored his demands to pull up their saggy pants, a Memphis man allegedly shot one of the youths in the back, according to police.

Kenneth Bonds was arrested Saturday night and charged with two counts of aggravated assault and jailed on $25,000 bond. Bonds, 45, is pictured in the mug shot at right.

Investigators contend that Bonds admitted to shooting Cameron Tucker, 17, following a September 25 argument on a Memphis sidewalk. The teenager was accompanied by Isaac Taylor, a 16-year-old friend.

Tucker told cops that he and Taylor were walking to a candy store when Bonds “began yelling at them to pull their pants up,” according to a Memphis Police Department arrest warrant affidavit. “Bonds got angry when Tucker and Taylor refused and that’s when the three got into a heated argument,” reported police.

At that point, Bonds allegedly pulled out a pistol and fired a shot at the older boy. The shot missed, but as the boys fled, Bonds continued firing at them. One bullet hit the 17-year-old in the buttocks and exited through his thigh (the boy was treated for the wound at two different hospitals).

A witness, Percy Chalmers, told cops that he saw Bonds “pull a large black semi auto handgun from his waist band” and fire several shots. Both Tucker and Taylor were able to identify Bonds in a photo spread prepared by Memphis police.

When contacted by phone, Bonds reportedly “admitted to shooting Cameron Tucker after an argument,” according to the police affidavit. Bonds was scheduled to be arraigned this morning on the felony counts.

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I’ve wanted to handle droopy drawer situations this way.

1 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:14:20 PM by50mm
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By being arraigned on felony aggravated assault? Interesting approach to managing coture.
To: 50mm

Not guilty!

4 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:17:30 PM byTrod Upon (Obama: Making the Carter malaise look good. Misery Index in 3…2…1)
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Fortunately, you won’t be sitting in the jury.
To: 50mm

I’ve started telling my daughter’s friends that this is how gays in prison advertise.

2 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:15:48 PM bythackney (life is fragile, handle with prayer)
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Um – the only one here who’ll be getting a chance to meet exciting new friends in the penal institution is your hero.
To: 50mm

Heehee. If you’re going to get arrested, get arrested for doing what everyone else is secretly longing to do.

7 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:19:37 PM byJulia H. (This tagline for rent–only $999.99 a month!)
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Bang Minka Kelly?
To: Paved Paradise

They actually wear a “normal” pair of underwear. The boxers that you see hanging out are actually an accoutrement to the whole “ensemble.”

I’ve spoken to some of the “men” at the company next door to us, and they explained this to me as simply a social fashion statement. Perhaps I’m white

“Perhaps”?
but I agree, this is one of the more ridiculous fads/trends along the lines of platform shoes.

8 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:20:35 PM byrarestia (It’s time to water the Tree of Liberty.)
Yeah – I remember when people went around shooting platform shoe-wearers.
First they came for the disco chains…
To: 50mm

Okay, if he shot the kid in the butt, how come the kid didn’t fall over dead from brain damage?

9 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:21:26 PM byRichInOC (No! BAD Rich! (What’d I say?)…Richard Frank DeCamp, 11/13/34-9/15/10, R.I.P.)
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Haw haw haw – dot’s a gut vun.
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To:50mm

This is just wrong and unacceptable… but I’ll bet that young feller

“Young feller”? What’s the matter, gramps – couldn’t spell “whippersnapper”?

.pulls up his shorts next time someone tells him to.

10 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:24:06 PM byumgud (Obama is a failed experiment.)
…or just turns around and shoots them instead. By cracky.
To: 50mm
My daughter once brought home a guy that had the droopy drawers. I took him out in the garage and showed him the pneumatic staple gun with 2″ staples, and told him that if he ever showed up like that again, I’d keep his pants up with staples. He just never showed back up at all.

/johnny

16 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:27:42 PM byJRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
“And he wasn’t even a negro! My ungrateful daughter’ll thank me for it, if I can ever find her.”
To: 50mm
Cops love saggy pants since the perps can’t run worth a sh*t in them.

23 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:46:39 PM byreagan_fanatic (Obama, Pelosi and Reid – the Trio of Twits)
Stop those perps! They’re savagely fixing a car!!!!

To: reagan_fanatic

They look like they were dressed by a monkey. Oh wait …

24 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:50:22 PM byMHGinTN (Dems, believing they cannot be deceived, it’s nye impossible to convince them when they’re deceived.)
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“Oh wait – stop me if you’ve heard this one. They look like they were dressed (heh) by a monkey, because (snort, giggle) they (snerk, snort)look like one! (guffaw, hoot, holler) “
To: sawmill trash

My old man used to always have a few 12 g shells around that he had removed the buckshot from.
And replaced them with rock salt…

There wasn’t too many stray dogs or coons around our house!

28 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 12:58:43 PM bydjf (It is ISLAM or “We, the People…” Take your pick. THERE IS NO MIDDLE GROUND!!!)
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Coons! Around the house! Stop me if you’ve heard this one..”
To: rhombus

“Don’t forgret when young urbanites were wearing stocking on their heads.”

Ah the negro turban. Whenever I don’t think I will get assaulted for it, I like to refer to the silly getups as costumes.

31 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 1:06:30 PM byRightOnTheBorder
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So, you’re only a racist when you think people aren’t watching? Guess what? They’re watching.
To: thackney

I gave up on grumpy.

Now I just go straight to icy cold and venomous.

39 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 2:19:00 PM byshibumi (Wily Pablo loves Flank Steak Tacos)
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“Cold and venemous!” It’s what’s for Freeper!
To: 50mm
I’ve wanted to handle droopy drawer situations this way.

That’s the beauty of this story. It’s beautiful.We can laugh and discuss it because the hero of the story is — quite decidedly black himself.

The racists are flummoxed…

46 posted on Monday, October 04, 2010 7:55:41 PM byPublius6961 (“In 1964 the War on Poverty Began — Poverty won.”)
The racists in this thread don’t appear to be particularly flummoxed to me.
I’ve seen two “monkey” posts, three “urbanite” references, a “negro turban”, and sundry others.
Let me clue you morons in. If you get your jollies from watching scat porno, it means you like it. It doesn’t matter that it’s someone else actually doing the defecation – you still own it.
This thread has nothing to do with the race of the shooter – it has to do withyou, and you don’t get a pass on being racists no matterwhatcolour the shooter was.
More fun after the grump jump.

Next up – Obviously the fault of the shiftless home owners‏!
One Nation, Under Fraud [Dirty, Lowdown Banks!]
The Daily Caller ^ | Oct 14, 2010 | Joseph Tauke

Posted on Friday, October 15, 2010 9:02:19 AM byTitus Quinctius Cincinnatus

Tomorrow, a bank — not your bank, but any bank — could evict you from your home. Even if you didn’t know the bank was foreclosing. Even if your mortgage is paid off. Even if you never had a mortgage. Even if the bank doesn’t hold a single piece of paper that you signed. And major banks not only know this fact, but have spent millions of dollars to defend it in court. Why? The answer starts with a Jacksonville homeowner named Patrick Jeffs.

In 2007, Deutsche Bank sued Jeffs for his home, which is a necessary step in the process of foreclosing on a homeowner in the state of Florida. Curiously, despite the fact that he immediately hired a law firm to defend his property when he found out about the foreclosure, neither Jeffs nor his attorneys were at the trial. That’s because it had already happened. Deutsche won by default because Jeffs wasn’t able to travel backwards in time to attend, even though the trial featured a signed affidavit indicating that he had been served his court summons.

The only problem with the summons Jeffs supposedly received was that it had been conjured out of thin air.
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Any idiots out there still wanna say this mess is just about “deadbeats who want a free house”?
1 posted on Friday, October 15, 2010 9:02:22 AM byTitus Quinctius Cincinnatus
Funny you should ask. (are you new here?)
To: Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus
Given the vast numbers of mortgage loans that were originated between 2005 and 2008 and the tsunami wave of defaults that followed it is not surprising that an example along these lines can be found. But Mr. Jeffs and his counsel have recourse to the courts. He can sue DB for a fortune and I guarantee you he will prevail.

It’s regrettable, but this exception should not be used as the basis of horrible policy. If technicalities are allowed to prohibit secured lenders from exercising their remedies, out financial system and economy will be left in smoking ruins. Hate the evil bankers all you want but don’t bite your nose off to spite your face. Our political class and attorneys general are playing with fire. Let’s hope they don’t burn down our lovely country for rank political purposes.

7 posted on Friday, October 15, 2010 9:39:38 AM byirish_links (…but only say the word and I shall be healed)
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Waitaminit – weren’t you on here a few months ago raliing about how the banks needed to fail?
Had a little conversion, did we?
To: Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus
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The article still reports that he hasn’t been making his payments, and worked out a loan modification with the wrong bank! Duh!

So lets recap..banks are forced to take risky mortgages, ordered by the federal govt, even people on welfare can get them, then insured by the federal govt, and then when the wall comes tumbling down its the bank’s fault. Yes, Toto, theres no place like home.

Only in America! Interest only loans, ARM’s, No Document loans, and making sure that there is no credit history left behind, to stop these loans, and look what we have.

People in over their heads, people with nothing to lose because they put nothing down, or very little, and a bunch of banks about to be taken over or go under, by the same govt that caused it all.

Makes you wonder with home prices falling so low why everyone doesn’t have a home in this wonderful environment! Affordable housing for all!

The banks don’t want these homes, they want their money!

9 posted on Friday, October 15, 2010 9:44:18 AM byDebi911
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That’s two idiots so far.
To: Debi911
So lets recap..banks are forced to take risky mortgages, ordered by the federal govt, even people on welfare can get them, then insured by the federal govt, and then when the wall comes tumbling down its the bank’s fault.

Did any banks protest? I was under the impression that that the banks favored the policy and perhaps had authored it themselves.

Bankers compose most of the country’s billionaires. Are not the banks heavily represented among political campaign contributors?

15 posted on Friday, October 15, 2010 10:27:01 AM bymas cerveza por favor
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I’m sorry – have I stumbled onto the wrong forum? Or are the Freeperati finally getting a clue?
To: Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus

BULL! IF this actually happened in the way this reporter describes it, it would represent a one in a million shot, not the norm. I wonder if the Daily Caller has published any articles questioning the activities of Barney Frank and Chris Dodd, strong-arming banks and attacking house witnesses who had the gall to report just how BROKE Fannie and Freddie were?

17 posted on Friday, October 15, 2010 10:32:55 AM byOldpuppymax
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Whew. I was beginning to wonder for a minute – it’s Free Republic, all righty.
To: Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus

Time for all this “too big to fail” nonsense to go by the wayside. Let them fail. We’ll pick up the pieces and start over if we have to, but the present system of banks filing fake foreclosures because they lost paperwork for one house, and then forged it for another, has to stop.

Please educate yourself about how difficult “picking up the pieces and starting over” will be before you make these sorts of statements. What you propose will make the Great Depression look like lounging around the pool at the Four Seasons with an unlimited expense account.

23 posted on Friday, October 15, 2010 10:46:47 AM byirish_links (…but only say the word and I shall be healed)
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When Freepers talk sense it makes my brain hurt.
To: Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus
Face it, the banks have been perpetrating massive fraud, unprecedented in its scale.

There is no doubt some example of fraud out there. But I’ve yet to seen one posted where the supposed victim didn’t lawfully sign mortgage papers, take money from a bank, and later not pay back all the money they had borrowed.

The banks may well be committing fraud to recover their money, and if so, they should be charged and convicted. But this argument sometimes sounds like feeling sorry for the bank robber because after he robbed the bank, the bank illegally gave the police access to bank records which allowed him to be caught.

30 posted on Friday, October 15, 2010 11:09:00 AM byCharlesWayneCT
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Headache’s easing a bit now…
To: CharlesWayneCT

You must be insane. Who was he supposed to make payments to and why should he move out when he still owns the house?

33 posted on Friday, October 15, 2010 11:39:35 AM bymas cerveza por favor
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Nope. It’s back again.
Ok – I’m bailing out of this thread while I still have my sanity.
What else we got?
Ah – I promised a one-pic comment on this last week, but my procrastinating ass never got around to it.
It’s just not Kosher!
Campbell soup goes hallal.
http://www.campbellsoup.ca/en/products/health.asp?label ^

Posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 9:02:01 PM bycradle of freedom

Campbell soups of Canada are now offering hallal foods to Moslem customers. Don’t the Moslems offer a prayer to allah when they slaughter the animal? If this is so it is meat that has been sacrificed to idols which is against the Christian religion. I am sure that someone can quote the chapter and verse on this.

Is Campbell kosher as well? Jews have been in this country since the days of George Washington but they are not catered to the way the johnny-come-lately moslems are. I don’t mind a rabbi blessing the animal since the God of the Jews is the same as the Christians but allah is something else all together.
1 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 9:02:05 PM bycradle of freedom
To: cradle of freedom

From the Muslims — submit to Islam or die.

TO the Muslims — give up Islamic world conquest or die!

3 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 9:05:10 PM byAroostook25
To: cradle of freedom

1 Corinthians 8 talks about eating food offered to idols.

20 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 9:18:18 PM byGoDuke
Religion Of Peace.
To: r9etb

Allah is not a god … it is a creation of a Psychopathic Pedophile.

22 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 9:21:07 PM bygwilhelm56 (Liberals…if they had a brain, they’d take it out and Play With It!)
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To: GoDuke

Thanks, I have written that down.I don’t know for sure whether the animal is offered to allah, but if it is, we Christians should be notified.

23 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 9:21:37 PM bycradle of freedom (Long live the Republic !)
They’ll be notifying you by special courier.
ClownAtDoor
To: cradle of freedom

No more campbells in my house again.

24 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 9:22:40 PM bypissant (THE Conservative party: http://www.falconparty.com)
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That’ll teach ’em! Why, between you and Glenn Beck, that’s probably 4 or 5 dollars a week Campbell will be out. Fight the power!
To: gwilhelm56
Until I see otherwise… bye bye Campbells.

Campbells also makes V8 Splash smoothies.

Halalmaps.com

Snip: Our aim is to make it fun and easy to find mosques, halal outlets and Islamic schools.

The world’s largest guide to halal restaurants and products

Campbell’s soup ads show support for gay marriage

According to an article by Erik Sass in the Dec. 24 edition of the Media Daily News, Campbell’s Soup will not remain neutral in the culture war.The Media Daily News reports that Campbell’s will continue to support homosexual publications pushing the homosexual agenda and same-sex marriage with advertising dollars. AFA had asked the company to remain neutral in the culture war.

29 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 9:28:56 PM byMamaDearest
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Because the only thing worse than a Muslim is a gay Muslim.
And now – my one-pic rebuttal:
KosherHotDogs
Lastly, we have –Selling Freepdity!
Selling Stupidity (Idiots listen to Beck, Hannity, Limbaugh and Palin) [Another Doozy!]
Nolan Chart ^ | October 5, 2010 | Joel S. Hirschhorn

Posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 2:34:47 PM by2ndDivisionVet

In trying to understand how so many Americans adore people like Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh I have come to this critical understanding: Poorly educated, terribly informed, intellectually deficient and downright stupid people need idols. They feel angry, frustrated, ignored, cheated and disillusioned by so much going on in American society. They find the emotional, political and philosophical rants by talk show, loud mouth celebrities matching and justifying their feelings. Of course, those celebrities work hard to fan the flames of all that unhappiness and discontent, and also perpetuate ignorance. They sell stupidity to gullible dummies, teaching them who to blame for their misery.

I am no conservative or liberal and I know I sound terribly condescending and will be viewed as an elitist by those dummies, not that they read much by those they do not idolize. However, I have spent considerable time following what these demon idols say and write to seriously investigate whether I might be missing something of value. But all I see are huge quantities of totally incorrect and distorted information, absolute nonsense, outright insanity, abuse of logic, exaggerations, toxic half truths, intentional disinformation, racism and bigotry, and extreme political views that have no connection to reality and offer no workable solutions to the nation’s complex problems. Slick sound-bite slogans push propaganda substitutes for verifiable facts.

How to understand how so many people can listen to such celebrities and not feel as nauseous as I and so many other Americans feel when listening to them? Clearly we must accept the disturbing fact that there are many millions of suffering Americans that are mental midgets, a sign of the dumbing-down of America. No surprise really when you remember there are millions of people wasting their money on gambling, lottery tickets, cons and scams, junk products and unhealthy foods, or unable to qualify for decent jobs because of a lack of knowledge and skills. Either they were born stupid (a harsh but true statistical reality) or the many ups and downs of life have robbed them of any critical thinking ability to see through the idiocy that these purveyors of poison peddle while making obscene millions of dollars.

Consider recent Pew Center Research poll results that showed 18 percent of Republicans do not know that the Democrats control the House of Representatives and 35 percent do not know who the Vice President is. Research has found Fox News butchers facts and its devotees are the most ignorant, and in recent years Republicans have overwhelmingly gone to Fox to get their news and information. Note: 80 percent who regularly listen to Rush Limbaugh or watch Sean Hannity are conservative. I’m not saying that “No truth, just spin” should be the Fox motto, but it sure fits.

I can easily relate to the many people treated unfairly, unjustly and even brutally by the political and economic system. But those who have drifted over to the dark side of the right-wing, conservative arena and become addicted to the rhetoric of delusion have nothing in common with those that once made the United States a noble nation worthy of respect. Their idols talk a lot about the Founders and Constitution, but share none of the fine qualities of those that created our republic. They also pick and choose what parts of the Constitution to adore, mocking the rule of law.

As an independent, I too am extremely critical of the political and economic system and how the middle class has been purposefully harmed by a rich and powerful Upper Class that has turned the nation into a plutocracy serving the greed of individuals and corporations. I want revolution and true reforms. I condemn both major political parties and see elections as useless anachronisms.

I too feel disenfranchised, full of dissent and disgust with broken government, broken educational and health care systems, crumbling inadequate infrastructure, widespread corruption and dishonesty, and an economy dispensing inequality and injustice. Yet, try as I have, I cannot see any merit in what these powerful right-wing demigods dish out, all done to pump millions of dollars into their pockets and pump up their egos. They sell themselves as the defenders of the downtrodden and abused, but this is just a con game designed to keep millions of dollars coming to them and their fellow fat cats. When their supporters vote for Republicans they vote against their own economic interests, unless they are rich.

These false populists are fundamentally no different than the evil elite forces that this fraction of the population despises. Perversely, they have become a part of the ruling class they routinely condemn. They are the worst kind of idols, manipulating and soaking their audiences and admirers. They pitch poisonous and addicting fast food rhetoric, words as pleasing as salt, sugar and fat laden foods and as eagerly gulped down. This results in mental capacity becoming as clogged as the arteries in overweight and obese Americans.

What is evil? Right-wing hypocritical hucksters pitching messages of values, morals, freedom and patriotism crafted to sucker the least informed, emotionally stressed and unintelligent Americans for the sake of power and money. These idols live like royalty (for example, Limbaugh makes $60 million a year and Beck $35 million) while their loyal fans treasure fantasy expectations and block out information that would cause too much pain by piercing the delusions they have succumbed to. By putting their faith in false idols they become unknowing victims of the media corpocracy profiting from these idols.

What a culture, where so few can take advantage of so many and make fortunes doing it. The real goal of the demon idols is to further divide the nation, not fix it and make it better. Why? Because divisiveness is what sells and makes them big money. Shame on them. Those who worship them need more worthy heroes if they really love their country and want to make it better for all its citizens. The rest of us need to ignore the false idols and their followers, showing them no respect whatsoever, condemning them at every opportunity
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So then because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spew you out of my mouth. Revelation 3:16
1 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 2:34:50 PM by2ndDivisionVet
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SpitMyDrink
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

And then he stuck out his tongue and mooned us.

2 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 2:36:03 PM byDManA
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I dunno – that looked more like a giant group wedgie to me. YMMV.
To: 2ndDivisionVet
They sell stupidity to gullible dummies, teaching them who to blame for their misery.

No, that would be the democRATS as pumped up by the MSM.

4 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 2:38:33 PM byPuppage (You may disagree with what I have to say, but I shall defend to your death my right to say it)
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Ironymeter
To: 2ndDivisionVet
Pew Center Research poll results that showed 18 percent of Republicans do not know that the Democrats control the House of Representatives and 35 percent don’t know who the vice President is”

Huh? I would love to see the poll he is citing. I don’t believe this at all

14 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 2:41:39 PM byNMEwithin
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That’s it! Embrace your stupidity, don’t shun or hide it. By God, it’s your heritage as a Freeper!!
To: 2ndDivisionVet
Typical homosexual hissy fit.
19 posted on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 2:44:25 PM byBerlin_Freeper (If Obama was the answer—that must have been one stupid question!)
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Well, there you have it.
Sometimes I wonder how much money I could grift off these dimwits if I could come up with a Gay Mexican Muslim and a dunking tank.
Anyhoo – let’s get out of here and back into the nice clean air. These fumes are killing me.
(gives maplestreet a dirty look)
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One thought on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – “Taking their country back” Edition

  1. pansypoo says:

    they had it for 30 effing years except the few years clinton was rolling over their ass.
    as if they can fix their mess.

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