Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – “Teh Google Sekrit Mooslimes!” Edition

Well, guys – ya knew it had to happen sooner or later. That last little shred of sanity, that wingnut that held the Free Republic flywheel on has broken, snapped off, self-destructed – and they have officially gone insane.

There’s a few souls screaming as they hold on to the edges of the flywheel, but they’re just along for the ride.

Let’s suit up and survey the mental wreckage, shall we?

Vanity – Has everyone seen the disgusting Veteran’s day “tribute” on Google?
Vanity | November 11, 2010 | Me

Posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:22:45 AM byDManA

Take a gander at the provocative “tribute” to Veterans day on Google. Then never go there again.

1 posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:22:47 AM byDManA
To: DManA

WHAT is it supposed to be??

3 posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:25:15 AM byPGR88
Well, it’s obviously a Red Crescent peeking out from behind an American flag. It is probably taking flying lessons, too. Those perfidiousbastards!
To: Psalm 144

It has a little red crescent peaking out from behind an American flag.

6 posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:26:20 AM byDManA
I told ya!!!
To: MediaMole

That’s not the sun. It’s an explosion combined with the crescent of Islam.

9 posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:26:58 AM byMarylander
This is bad. Very bad.
To: DManA; PGR88; MediaMole; earlJam; Psalm 144

Red crescent moon in the bottom right. Islam!

14 posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:27:29 AM bylibrary user
In the name of all that’s holy, can’t you see it???
To: DManA

That little red crescent is the E from the end of Google.

Sometimes people just read too much into things.

16 posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:27:32 AM byMediaMole
To: Marylander

“That’s not the sun. It’s an explosion combined with the crescent of Islam.”

You can’t be serious. If you are…

31 posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:31:49 AM byColvin (Proud Owner ’66 Binder PU, ’66 Binder Travelall,)
…they’ll make you a Moderator.
To: Colvin

It’s a nuke going off in the logo.

37 posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:33:44 AM bylibrary user
Mooslimes! WITH NUKES!!1! OMFG!!
To: Marylander

Its just someone from islam

“Honey, there’s someone at the door – looks like he’s from Islam.”

saying the sun is going down on America. Fact of the matter is the sun never rose on islam giving them progress, achievement and advancement…so its our fault and we are under attack.

Envious lot arent they?

Its just too bad that we have one of their representatives in the White House looking to level the playing field.

40 posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:34:45 AM byhimno hero
To: MediaMole

Sigh. If the DUmmies have a thread called “FReeper Follies,” I have a feeling this post would be on it.

45 posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:37:02 AM byrightwingintelligentsia (Forcing one person to pay for the irresponsibility of another is NOT social justice.)
I beg your pardon?
Anyone want to hop over there and tell them the good news?
To: dayglored

This whole thread is embarrassing and should be wiped clean. Imagine the fun DU could have with the level of stress on display here over something so trivial?

89 posted on Thursday, November 11, 2010 12:58:00 PM byCodeflier (Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama – 4 democrat presidents in a row and counting…)
More nincompoopery after the sooper sekrit Mooselimb jump…

Well, that shit-explosion of crazy is gonna take a while to clean up – let’s look at some older stuff I marked for later examination but haven’t gotten around to yet.
You say “Blind Faith” like it’s a BAD thing!
Atheists, agnostics most knowledgeable about religion, survey says (Compared to Believers)
Los Angeles Times ^ | 09/28/2010 | Mitchell Landsberg

Posted on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 8:31:00 AM bySeekAndFind

If you want to know about God, you might want to talk to an atheist.

Heresy? Perhaps. But a survey that measured Americans’ knowledge of religion found that atheists and agnostics knew more, on average, than followers of most major faiths. In fact, the gaps in knowledge among some of the faithful may give new meaning to the term “blind faith.”

A majority of Protestants, for instance, couldn’t identify Martin Luther as the driving force behind the Protestant Reformation, according to the survey, released Tuesday by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. Four in 10 Catholics misunderstood the meaning of their church’s central ritual, incorrectly saying that the bread and wine used in Holy Communion are intended to merely symbolize the body and blood of Christ, not actually become them.

Atheists and agnostics — those who believe there is no God or who aren’t sure — were more likely to answer the survey’s questions correctly. Jews and Mormons ranked just below them in the survey’s measurement of religious knowledge — so close as to be statistically tied.

So why would an atheist know more about religion than a Christian?

American atheists and agnostics tend to be people who grew up in a religious tradition and consciously gave it up, often after a great deal of reflection and study, said Alan Cooperman, associate director for research at the Pew Forum.

“These are people who thought a lot about religion,” he said. “They’re not indifferent. They care about it.”

Atheists and agnostics also tend to be relatively well educated, and the survey found, not surprisingly, that the most knowledgeable people were also the best educated. However, it said that atheists and agnostics also outperformed believers who had a similar level of education.

(Excerpt) Read more

1 posted on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 8:31:04 AM bySeekAndFind
(Tommy quickly throws on a second iso suit on top of the one he’s already wearing)
To: SeekAndFind

So they characterize theological differences with your own church as ignorance? The bread and wine symbolism as the example. Wonder if they characterized Catholics for birth control in the same way — as ignorant. Stupid poll.

Last I checked, you don’t need to be a historian of the church to be a Christian.Plenty of retarded people have been called by Christ.

Some have done great things and still have stories told about them. Joseph of Cupertino is an example.

6 posted on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 8:35:36 AM byNovember 2010
To: SeekAndFind

Just because someone thinks about religion a lot, doesn’t mean they have knowledge. While many believe they have religious knowledge, religion is based on belief, not knowledge.

11 posted on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 8:46:40 AM bystuartcr (Nancy Pelosi-Super MILF…Moron I’d Like to Forget)
Words. Just. Fucking. Fail. Me.
To: SeekAndFind

This survey is a joke.

The majority of atheists are numbskull leftists who think that God enjoys burning people and “turn the other cheek” means set the murderers free.

14 posted on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 9:09:36 AM bySoothesayer (”None can love freedom heartily, but good men; the rest love not freedom, but license…”)
Damn straight.
Godhates burning people!
But he does it anyway.
Because he loves us.
To: SeekAndFind

I think thatthe more educated and intellectual a person is, the easier it is to fall into the same trap as Adam and Eve did in the Garden of Eden when they ate from the forbidden tree.

17 posted on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 9:21:40 AM byApple Pan Dowdy (… as American as Apple Pie mmm mmm mmm)
So play it safe and stay ignorant.
Ah – an oldie but a goodie –Bill-bored!
‘Bandit’ Obama billboard sparks storm in US city
Yahoo News ^

Posted on Thursday, October 14, 2010 11:52:14 AM byIntolerantOfTreason

GRAND JUNCTION, Colorado (AFP) – A billboard depicting Barack Obama as an Islamist suicide bomber, a gay and a Mexican bandit has triggered a storm of criticism in a western US city weeks ahead of crucial polls.

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Hilarious to read about all the marxists bleating and crying over this! You want to offend a liberal, tell them the truth. The Kenyan-in-chief is too easy a target.
1 posted on Thursday, October 14, 2010 11:52:19 AM byIntolerantOfTreason
Oh, look! It’s IntolerantOfReason !
To: IntolerantOfTreason

If it didn’t have a basis in truth, Lefties wouldn’t be offended. They’d just laugh.

3 posted on Thursday, October 14, 2010 11:55:49 AM byE. Pluribus Unum (“The only stable state is one in which all men are equal before the law.” — Aristotle)
Um – I hate to be the one to break it to you, but you’re pretty muchall objects of derision.
Hell, laughing at you idiots on a weekly basis is my entire gig here.
If it weren’t for Freepers, I’d have to make fun of less deservnng targets – $cientologists, maybe?
To: nmh
The billboard:

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6 posted on Thursday, October 14, 2010 11:59:28 AM byAuntB (Illegal immigration is simply more “share the wealth” socialism and a CRIME not a race!)
Of course, some things defy parody…
To: IntolerantOfTreason

Too wacky to be part of a serious campaign.I suspect it is a liberal skunkworks operation intended to spark some sort of Obama sympathy vote.

21 posted on Thursday, October 14, 2010 12:17:14 PM byBuckeye McFrog
Um – President Obama isn’t running for anything. He already won. I guess nobody told you?
To: IntolerantOfTreason

I am a conservative and a Colorado resident and I do not like the billboard. IMO, it does not lead to an intelligent discussion of the issues in this election, the differences between the parties, or the role government should play in our society and our lives. Worse yet, it might fire up the Democrats…and that is a sleeping dog I would rather let lie. In other words, the billboard does no good and may do harm to the conservative cause.

That said, I support the free speech rights of the person/organization who put up the billboard.

30 posted on Thursday, October 14, 2010 2:21:48 PM bygoldfinch
And then – without warning…
Anti-Obama billboard taken down
GJ Sentinel ^ | 10/16/2010 | by Charles Ashby

Posted on Saturday, October 16, 2010 10:11:45 AM bylibrary user

The owner of a Grand Junction company located beneath a controversial billboard of President Barack Obama is glad the sign is now gone.

Doris Downey, owner of J&S Fence Co., 2886 Interstate 70 Business Loop, said she neither supported nor opposed the message the sign was intended to convey, but its presence was a major disruption to her business.

“It was hard for my trucks to get out and hard for customers to come in,” Downey said hours after the sign was taken down Friday morning. “I defend the freedom of speech people have to put up the sign, but I have to say I’m thrilled it’s gone.”

Downey said the owners of the billboard company, Bud’s Signs, removed it after receiving threats from people who didn’t care for it.

Its artist, Paul Snover, said Thursday the controversial billboard that depicted Obama in several caricatures would remain for at least a month. He didn’t return e-mails or telephone calls to say why it’s been taken down, or if it would appear elsewhere.

Snover, who received numerous hate e-mails of his own about the sign, said he hoped to see it travel to other cities after the Nov. 2 elections.

The billboard depicted Obama as a terrorist, a gangster, a Mexican bandit and a gay man. After it was erected on Monday, Downey said her small parking lot often was filled with people who wanted a closer look.

“The problem was it was so detailed you couldn’t see it all until you got onto our lot,” she said. “The parking lot would be filled all the time. I don’t blame them for wanting to see it, but I’m happy it’s gone.”

Regardless of the sign’s removal, groups from around the state and the nation denounced its message, which Snover said was meant to highlight some of Obama’s programs that his client, whom he declined to identify, doesn’t care for.

Mi Familia Vota, Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition and One Colorado, a gay rights group, issued a joint statement Friday condemning the sign.

“The cowards behind the Grand Junction hate speech billboard should come forward and take it down immediately,” Jessie Ulibarri, state director for Mi Familia Vota Education Fund, wrote in an e-mail. “Spewing hate behind a veil of secrecy and money allows discrimination and violence against immigrants and LGBT people to fester. Coloradans are tired of divisive politics, and we need to focus on the real issues facing our state, rather than creating false scapegoats for the ills of the world.”
Exploding head

To: library user


The issue is BIGGER than her business. Obama will shut her down. She should have been thrilled to have that up. As for threats, DEAL WITH IT! Threaten BACK.

3 posted on Saturday, October 16, 2010 10:15:51 AM bynmh (Intelligent people recognize Intelligent Design (God).)
“Pawn threatens Bishop!”
Well, what else have we got?
“Let’s just kill people who piss us off!”
WHY IS WIKILEAKS GUY STILL ALIVE? ^ | 10/26/10 | Bob Lonsberry

Posted on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 11:39:34 AM byshortstop

This Wikileaks guy should become a casualty.


You’re a mental defective.
t’s not journalism, it’s not activism, it’s war.

He’s releasing information that’s killing people and endangering our troops. And what goes around comes around.

I hope I don’t sound like a savage,.

No, you just sound like the typical bloodthirsty Freeper.You want to kill people you don’t like, but you’re too much of a coward to do it yourself.

or some kind of politically incorrect beast. But there are real lives on one end of this occasion, and if he can decide that they have to die, isn’t it at least worthy of considering that maybe that should be a two-way street?

You know what I’m talking about, right? There is this hippy(sic) group called Wikileaks

Why is it that you psycopaths who stew in the juices of your hate of the 60s seem tonever be able to spell the object of your obsession correctly?

It’s like if left-wingers constantly called you and your ilk “coneservatives”.

So I’m wondering why this guy doesn’t have an accident.

Well, not everyone can afford those adult-size Depends like you can.

I’m wondering why had(sic) hasn’t become a casualty in the war he seems so intent on fomenting.

And I’m wondering why you haven’t enlisted.

So I wonder why this guy is still alive.

You’d just think, with all the secret agents out there, with all the guns and poison capsules, how is it that this guy is isn’t room temperature by now?

“… like my cerebral cortex.”

I read this as Lonsberry asking the rhetorical question, not making a recommendation. Quite frankly, I ask the same question about George Soros every day.
1 posted on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 11:39:40 AM byshortstop
And the people I ask itto try not to make eye contact, and quickly cross to the opposite street corner.They’re next!
To: shortstop
I’ve been wondering the same thing for a while. The WikiLeaks dudes and the leakers that enable them should be as cold as yesterday’s mashed potatoes by now.

There seems to be a deficit of gonads-or, even worse, complicity-at the highest level.

11 posted on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 11:44:37 AM byjboot (Let Christ be true and every man a liar.)
To: shortstop
Wikileaks is much more bigger than the one guy.

Assante is just a figurehead. In fact, many dislike him for it, and think he is just promoting himself while many anonymous people do all the work.

Bob (and everyone else) needs to calm down and check their facts before putting a fatwa on someone that would only become a martyr.

21 posted on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 12:07:10 PM byjustlurking (The only remedy for a bad guy with a gun is a good WOMAN (Sgt. Kimberly Munley) with a gun)
Well, that’s more than enough. Vigotex, please crank up the blowers? Pansypoo, you’re in charge of the industrial-strength lemon Pledge. I’ll go look to see how much damage that loose flywheel did to the chamber wall.

3 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – “Teh Google Sekrit Mooslimes!” Edition

  1. Puh-leeeeze. These ignoramusii think the grainy leavings at the bottom of their bowl of bargain bag fruity-o’s are a communist/islamist/fascist/teletubby threat…
    Can we jettison the brainless ones pls???? They are bringing me down and killing my country, they must go.

  2. FreeRepublic: where Occam’s Razor is ignored daily. Instead, they use Macco’s Foam: the least likely explanation, filled with the most spaghetti logic, and devoid of any substance, is usually the one to be proffered at FR.

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