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

Good morning, gentle people – time for another trip into Freeperville.

Let’s get those iso suits on and hit that airlock door, shall we?

Well – the Freeperati have been aching for a full-on police-thug beatdown, and Zucotti Park looked like the best venue to get their vicarious (because none of them have the guts to try it themselves) beatdown of the DFHs.

Premature ejection was what they were hoping for – what they got was:

Occupy Wall Street park cleaning postponed, averts showdown
CNN ^ | 7:35 AM EST, Fri October 14, 2011 | By the CNN Wire Staff

Posted on Friday, October 14, 2011 7:13:55 AM bylwd

New York (CNN) — A cleaning planned for the Manhattan park where “Occupy Wall Street” protesters have camped out for weeks has been postponed, a move that averts a showdown between demonstrators and police.

The New York mayor’s office said Brookfield Properties, the owners of Zuccotti Park, told the city late Thursday the scheduled cleaning is off for now and “for the time being” they are “withdrawing their request” made earlier in the week for police assistance during the cleaning operation.

“Our position has been consistent throughout: the City’s role is to protect public health and safety, to enforce the law, and guarantee the rights of all New Yorkers.Brookfield believes they can work out an arrangement with the protesters that will ensure the park remains clean, safe, available for public use and that the situation is respectful of residents and businesses downtown, and we will continue to monitor the situation,” Deputy Mayor Cas Holloway said

1 posted on Friday, October 14, 2011 7:13:58 AM bylwd

To: lwd

Cleaning? The libs I’ve seen at these protests react to shampoo and to soap like vampires with garlic or a cross. They’d rather sleep or sit on the little “presents” that their friends leave on the grass (and occasionally on police cars) than experience cleanliness.

I on the other hand, hve just experienxed brainlessness.

You know, there aren’t any showers in public parks, asswipe, so people leave to clean up and rest, then return, in an unending cycle.

You, however, can never scrub off the stink of stupid no matter how hard you might try.


Here ya go.

Bubble up.

3 posted on Friday, October 14, 2011 7:17:46 AM byPollster1 (Natural born citizen of the USA, with the birth certificate to prove it)
I dunno – they look pretty clean to me.

Hot Chicks of Occupy Wall Street fromSteven Greenstreet onVimeo.

To: lwd

Bloomingidiot cowers—next for New York—dysentery and the Black Plague.

5 posted on Friday, October 14, 2011 7:18:26 AM byWKUHilltopper (And yet…we continue to tolerate this crap…)
I had no idea the 2012 RNC was going to be in New York. Nobody tells meanything.

To: WKUHilltopper

Rudy would have run their asses out with the nightstick.

7 posted on Friday, October 14, 2011 7:23:08 AM byMatt Hatter
Besides –
Just sayin’

To: Truth29

Maybe we can smuggle a rabbid raccoon in there. That should make it fun.

10 posted on Friday, October 14, 2011 7:28:34 AM byNew Jersey Realist (America: home of the free because of the brave)

To: roaddog727
Spineless Jellyfish

True enough. But the longer this goes on, the worse it looks for everyone for whom that matters.



As Bonaparte once said, “Never interrupt your enemy while he is making a mistake.”

14 posted on Friday, October 14, 2011 7:32:36 AM byNoumenon (The only ‘NO’ a liberal understands is the one that arrives at muzzle velocity.)
I couldn’t agree more.

To: lwd

Well they are really gonna fire-up now because they’ve just faced down the City of New York and the NYPD.

As far as I can tell two things happened:

– the Teamsters showed up in Zuccotti Park today around 6AM

– the property owners withdrew their request for police assistance (and I’d bet my next paycheck that Obama had just promised them another $100 mil in green energy grants)

Was dumb of Bloomberg to try this at 7AM on a weekday in the middle of all the morning TV news shows.You do stuff like this at 5:30AM on a Sunday when nobody is looking.

21 posted on Friday, October 14, 2011 7:48:03 AM byBuckeye McFrog
I guess he didn’t get the memo, because alotof people were looking. A lot.
Some putrid potpourri after the you-know-what.

Some quick takes on older drums of toxic Freeper sludge that didn’t get opened until today…

Quake crack in Washington Monument ‘a sign from the Lord’? (Pat Robertson)
Seattle PI ^ | August 26th, 2011 | Joel Connolly

Posted on Friday, August 26, 2011 5:44:05 PM byKantianBurke

The Rev. Pat Robertson, who once said his prayers turned a hurricane away from Washington, D.C., feels quake damage to the Washington Monument may carry a message from “the Lord.”

The TV evangelist cited a four-foot crack in the Washington Monument, caused by Tuesday’s 5.8 earthquake, as a possible sign from the supernatural. He did not discuss greater damage inflicted on spires of the Washington Cathedral.

“Ladies and gentlemen I don’t want to get weird on this so please take it for what it’s worth,” the Rev. Pat, a former Republican presidential candidate, told his TV audience.

What a maroon. That he is able to show his face in public after his 9-11 comments is stunning.
1 posted on Friday, August 26, 2011 5:44:07 PM byKantianBurke
Wassamatter, boys? Don’t you like him any more?

To: KantianBurke

Or maybe it was an earthquake.


I really wish he would ride the shark he has jumped off into the sunset because he is fodder for anti-theists now.

And rightly so.

2 posted on Friday, August 26, 2011 5:46:18 PM byWinstons Julia (when liberals rant, it’s called free speech; when conservatives vent, it’s called hate speech.)
To: achilles2000

It’s just embarrassing now.

9 posted on Friday, August 26, 2011 5:57:55 PM byWinstons Julia (when liberals rant, it’s called free speech; when conservatives vent, it’s called hate speech.)
To: KantianBurke

Put a sock in it Pat.

5 posted on Friday, August 26, 2011 5:49:58 PM byTijeras_Slim
I guess not.
Funny, he had alot of supporters from your clan when he was running for President.
And, of course, because it’s Free Republic :

To: KantianBurke

Actually my biggest concern is that the Laus Deo engraving at the cap will be quietly removed.

6 posted on Friday, August 26, 2011 5:51:28 PM bycripplecreek (Remember the River Raisin)
Well, that was fun.
What else we got?
Ah –The Great Debite!

Reagan Library debate leaves Perry, Romney in controlHotair ^ | 09/08/2011 | Ed Morrissey

Posted on Thursday, September 08, 2011 9:30:09 AM bySeekAndFind

The first Republican debate with former frontrunner Mitt Romney as a hungry challenger took place last night, and in many ways it unfolded largely as I predicted. Romney mainly stuck to his above-the-fray strategy except for a couple of notable exchanges in the beginning with the new frontrunner, Rick Perry. Perry avoided looking or sounding scary despite the best attempts of the moderators to make him stumble. Michele Bachmann may in fact have been the only real loser of the debate despite giving a credible performance.

Let’s start with Perry, who was the focus of the attention for his first debate. The Texas governor did well, especially on a late question on the death penalty and when he challenged both Karl Rove and Dick Cheney on Social Security. He gave a good explanation of how the current model of Social Security is indeed a “Ponzi scheme” for the younger contributors who have no hope of seeing any benefits without serious reform, and rejected the idea that telling the truth was so provocative that it shouldn’t be done in an election. Romney had one of his weakest moments when he scolded Perry for scaring people while conceding that Perry was right, which made Mitt look as though pandering rather than telling the truth is preferable.

On the other hand, Perry gave a surprisingly weak answer on a gotcha question about climate change (“Can you name any scientists”?), a topic for which he should have been prepared. Bachmann did better on the follow-up. Perry also revealed a tendency to pause while reaching for the right words, which some speakers usually fill with trite phrases like “Let me be perfectly clear.” He needs to improve if he expects to joust with Barack Obama in the general election, who looks more natural on the debate stage than Perry. However, he didn’t give anyone a reason to not support him as a nominee and should keep his momentum intact. Perry certainly came across as a fighter and a plain speaker, which will boost his chances among the Republican base.

Other than the weak moment on Social Security, Romney excelled in the debate at maintaining a presidential approach. Even the sharp exchanges with Perry in the beginning didn’t get at all personal, and at least one time Romney defended Perry, noting that Perry had already admitted that he shouldn’t have approached the Gardasil vaccination by executive order. More than most on stage, Romney kept bringing the debate back to Barack Obama rather than the other candidates on the stage. Romney made a strong showing as an alternative to Perry. Bachmann had a technically good debate, but far short of what she needed last night. A slew of polls show her dropping back into the second tier after Perry’s entry into the race, and nothing that she did during the debate will have former supporters returning to her side. She had nothing to lose by going on the attack, but Bachmann seemed curiously disengaged, and more passive than any other debate in which she has participated. Don’t be surprised to see Bachmann fading even further into the background after tonight.

1 posted on Thursday, September 08, 2011 9:30:11 AM bySeekAndFind
Long build-up…
Short punch line!

To: SeekAndFind

The field is narrowing and that I believe, is what Sarah is waiting on.

36 posted on Thursday, September 08, 2011 11:45:48 AM byjpsb
*snort* *chuckle* *snerf*

To: SeekAndFind

Here is a list of several polls regarding last nights debate, and they show Ron Paul won the debate!

5 posted on Thursday, September 08, 2011 9:34:43 AM byClovis_Skeptic (The answer to 1984 is 1776!)
To: cripplecreek

RINO’s as in Perry, Romney, those rino’s. Wow it is time to elect a real patriot, and Paul can win!

8 posted on Thursday, September 08, 2011 9:36:39 AM byClovis_Skeptic (The answer to 1984 is 1776!)

To: Clovis_Skeptic
“Ron Bots” . . .don’tcha think?

22 posted on Thursday, September 08, 2011 9:54:36 AM bycricket (Osama – NOT made in the USA. . . .and Obama, not madhttp://atlasshrugs2000e in the USA either.. .)
To: Clovis_Skeptic
“Ron Bots” . . .don’tcha think?

23 posted on Thursday, September 08, 2011 9:54:38 AM bycricket (Osama – NOT made in the USA. . . .and Obama, not madhttp://atlasshrugs2000e in the USA either.. .)
Kibitzer – whack him on the side of his head – he’s stuck.

To: Clovis_Skeptic
Ilike Ron Paul, and I thought his performance in last night’s debate was kind of bizarre.
26 posted on Thursday, September 08, 2011 9:59:21 AM byHemingway’s Ghost (Spirit of ’75)
And there ya have it!
Time for one more…
Well, since the name of She Who Is Not Running has already been invoked, might as well, get right to theSarahSlut!

Sarah Palin had sex with basketball player, snorted cocaine and cheated on husband, book claims
New York Daily News ^ | September 14th 2011 | Larry Mcshane

Posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 1:31:23 PM bypresidio9

Sarah Palin bedding a budding NBA star, snorting coke and cheating on the First Dude?

You betcha.

The scandalous details are revealed in the highly-anticipated tell-all “The Rogue: Searching for The Real Sarah Palin,” written by best-selling author Joe McGinniss.

Palin bedded future pro hoops player Glen Rice while he was playing at the University of Michigan, the National Enquirer reports about the McGinniss book.

The sharp-shooting Rice – who spent one season with the Knicks – was playing in the annual “Great Alaska Shootout” while Palin was a sports reporter with Anchorage television station KTUU, the Enquirer said.

Their one-night stand over Thanksgiving weekend 1987 reportedly occurred in the dorm room of Palin’s kid sister at the University of Alaska Anchorage.

Palin was described by a friend as the aggressor, with the pal reporting “she hauled his ass down,” the Enquirer said.

Less than a year later, Palin was pregnant by husband Todd and the couple eloped.

The book also repeated allegations – denied in the past by Palin – that she had a six-month affair with her husband’s business partner in the mid-’90s.

The dalliance put a chill on the Palin marriage, with Todd complaining to friends about the loss of intimacy in their relationship, the Enquirer reported.

McGinniss, the author of “Fatal Vision” and “The Selling of the President,” rented the house next door to the Palins in Wasilla while researching the bombshell book.

His agent, David Larabell, declined to comment on the Enquirer excerpts.

“As this is an embargoed book I can’t comment on the specificity of its contents,” Larabell wrote in an e-mail.

“Also, I haven’t seen the National Enquirer article. I don’t know about this instance, but they often get these reports right.”

The book also reports that Palin was once seen snorting cocaine off the top of a 55-gallon drum while snowmobiling with friends. She also smoked pot with a professor while at Mat-Su College, the book says.

And it quotes a Palin family friend as saying that husband Todd Palin also snorted coke, describing him as “on the end of the straw plenty.”

The Enquirer quoted a publishing source about the explosive stories contained in the 320-page book, due in stores next week.

There was no immediate response from the Palin camp.

No kidding?

1 posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 1:31:27 PM bypresidio9
To: presidio9

An alleged tryst between a Black male and a White woman. Reenacting the conception of Obama?

9 posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 1:37:02 PM byGene Eric (Your Hope has been Redistributed. Here’s your damn Change!)
“Misgenation” is such an ugly sounding word, isn’t it?

To: presidio9
Palin was described by a friend as the aggressor, with the pal reporting “she hauled his ass down,” the Enquirer said.

Rice never could play any D.

The N.Y. Daily News is just as much of a tabloid as the Natl. Enquirer.

20 posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 1:40:05 PM byMr. Mojo
To: presidio9

This is oldhistory.

24 posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 1:41:11 PM byfreekitty (Give me back my conservative vote; then find me a real conservative to vote for)
To: sappy

Glen Rice has acknowledged the one night stand today.

30 posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 1:42:33 PM bydogbyte12

To: presidio9
How many white chicks did Zero do, in his wild oats days?
36 posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 1:46:17 PM byNativeNewYorker (Freepin’ Jew Boy)
Hey – maybe he didher, too??

To: greene66
McGinniss is the scuzzy, unbalanced perv who rented the house next to the Palins to spy, and called Sarah a Nazi on a morning show. Anyone who believes this garbage from him is a fool.

McGinniss is a scumbag, but the part about the sex with the 6′ 8″ basketball player (supposedly 9 months before she married Todd and while she was dating him) did not come solely from McGinniss. Glen Rice and another source are backing the story.

I guess the sources could be lying, but the point is that McGinniss isn’t making it up out of whole cloth. Objectively speaking, there could be something to it.

45 posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 1:48:49 PM byAAABEST (Et lux in tenebris lucet: et tenebrae eam non comprehenderunt)

To: presidio9

Just sent $100 to SarahPac. Game On!

57 posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 1:56:54 PM bylittlesorrel

To: NativeNewYorker

I don’t know why but I suspect Zero’s never had sex with anybody. I don’t know where those kids came from.

Well, it’s like this – when a daddy loves a mommy very much…

By the way: where are those kids?

He ate them.

Why didn’t they take them to the 9/11 memorial?

They’re being interrogated for possible complicity.

Where is the Muslim’s dog, by the way? He bought a dog and then it completely disappeared.

He ate him, too.

65 posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 2:01:27 PM bymiss marmelstein (Run, Sarah, Run! Please!)

To: Anitius Severinus Boethius

They are starting to pull out all the stops, because they are very afraid she will enter the race.

156 posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 5:30:03 PM byRoklok
Definitely enough for one week – see you good people next Monday!

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6 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – DFHs edition

  1. mass says:

    Hey wingnutters, the Sixties called. They want their predictably, horseshit descriptions of “liberals” back:
    Liberals and hippies are dirty. The men have long hair. The women are fat and hairy. They are living in filth. They MUST be having teh SEX with different partners in the park. But their sex is “ruttting like animals.” They are all smoking weed. Most are shooting up China White on the park benches. They smell of filth AND sex. Particularly of back man on white woman sex.
    Hasn’t anyone in the Occupy movement spit on a returning veteran yet, calling him a baby killer? I hear that happened all the time back then…
    Lovely film. Thanks!

  2. Dee Loralei says:

    Thanks Tommy T!

  3. MarcD says:

    I like how the fact that the tryst was interracial was of more immediate concern than the fact she was cheating on Todd. One would think that her Jesu-licious rap would be tired by now given facts like that. I would have more respect for her if I knew she smoked up frequently – it would at least explain the inability to name a newspaper.

  4. delagar says:

    Mass — I had a guy who claimed he was a veteran assure me that he had witnessed “several” protesters spitting on veterans here in NW Arkansas, at our Occupy Fayetteville protest. So there you go.

  5. herodotus says:

    2 posted on Friday, August 26, 2011 5:46:18 PM by Winstons Julia (when liberals rant, it’s called free speech;when conservatives vent, it’s called hate speech.)
    There’s at least one slightly self-aware Freeper, even if they were trying out sarcasm to see if it worked out for them. I guess it didn’t.

  6. armored goldfish says:

    There was a small graffiti argument over a sign protesting cuts affecting injured soldiers. Other than that, did not hear much. Then again, I only held a sign for ten minutes calling for investigating student loan practices.

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