3 posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2012 1:19:31 PM byWilliams (Honey Badger Don’t Care)
Whoooa! You think BHO bashes the Joos and the US on it?
35 posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2012 1:38:32 PM byGrandJediMasterYoda(How ironic that Ann Coulter should write a book called Treason.)
That reminds me – gratuitous Limbaugh-bashing later in today’s Obsession…
Hey I thought it was 7-10 days from now…lol. That is going to be exciting. Hannity comes on at 9? I am seriously not sure.Now how will I chose between American Idol and Hannity?
Hard to say. One show features hapless losers submitting themselves to nation-wide ridicule, and the other has Ryan Seacrest.
lol. JK. This is big. Obviously I don’t watch Hannity much except at 2 am sometimes, but never during the 8-11 pm timeframe. If someone can be so kind to let me know what time this is on, I would greatly appreciate it.
43 posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2012 1:46:14 PM bynapscoordinator (A moral principled Christian with character is the frontrunner! Congrats Santorum!)
“They’ll still vote for him folks, nothing matters …”
You’re right. He could round up all the GOP reps and execute them on the Capitol steps with coverage by ABCCBSNBCCNN, and they would still vote for him.
10 posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2012 1:25:38 PM byTruth29
Nonsense – what a waste of good labor! That’s what the concentration camps are being built for, you ninny!
39 posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2012 1:41:39 PM byLucky9teen (Peace is that brief glorious moment in history when everybody stands around reloading.~Thomas Jeffer)
Breitbart’s typical MO is to have more “red meat” being held back. Hope this pic and the tape are just the tip of Brietbart’s BHO iceberg. What a gift to send from beyond!
26 posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2012 1:32:13 PM byJane Long (Soli Deo Gloria!)
The cigar explodes after the KAAAAHHHNNNNN!!!!!
I just watched part of this video here (1:15 seconds long)
If this is what they are going to release they are fools, there is nothing here, big red herring. This is going to boost Obama’s ratings bigtime andmake the conservatives look like idiots.
81 posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2012 2:16:54 PM byScythian
Remember – Breitbart said he has TAPES, not one tape – so whatever comes out tonight – there will be more.
108 posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2012 2:39:07 PM byGlockThe Vote (The Obama Adminstration: 2nd wave of attacks on America after 9/11)
Breaking news! Must credit First Draft!!!!
Secret footage of President Obama’s proposed new National Anthem!!
Listening to Hannity now & he seems to be backing down a bit.
He said what he saw was a big deal to him.
It has to be a big deal for more than just Hannity.
Has he oversold?
I hope not.
114 posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2012 2:43:39 PM byhummingbird (SPARTACUS —>BREITBART —>FREEPERS TO CARRY ON FORWARD)
I hope you are right. I know I was a little disappointed when I read about the content of that video. To see Obama leading a protest rally for a Harvard professor who believed in diversity (whatever he meant by that)
You reallyare shit-stupid, sren’t you?
doesn’t sound like any earth shaking news. I really hope there is a lot more to it. I like your idea of the slow release of information.It might keep Obama awake nights for a good long while.
To: napscoordinator; StarFan; RaceBannon; NautiNurse; holdonnow; JesseWatters; kristinn
Well… I just watched the first half hour of Hannity. God bless Joel Pollack and Ben Shapiro, who are carrying on at Breitbart.com, but – I’m sorry – what I saw is a big Nothing Burger. We already know the liberal media has and will cover up anything even slightly damaging to Obama so he will be re-elected.
I’d say this latest tape is “slightly damaging”, and the average non-political junkie voter will:
1) Never even see it.
2) If they see it, they won’t give a damn and will re-elect Obama anyway.
I was hoping for much, much more, quite frankly…
213 posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2012 8:56:00 PM bynutmeg (Rest in Peace, and THANK YOU, Andrew Breitbart)
“…that’s an understatement.”
It was just plain dull.
214 posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2012 8:58:31 PM byMears (Alcohol. Tobacco. Firearms. What’s not to like?)
—I just watched on link and thought, “Is that all”. I was expecting more.—
I’m done with these clowns. Fool me once, and all that.
It’s like Coast to Coast.
263 posted on Thursday, March 08, 2012 7:27:29 AM bycuban leaf (Were doomed! Details at eleven.)
Howdare you, sir?
Coast to Coast has UFOs and crop circles and Shadow People and Remote Viewing and conspiracy theories and…uh…never mind.
So where is the whole speech? I thought we were going to be treated to the entire thing. Were we snookered by Hannity once again?
—Breitbart had a way of drip drip dripping things out. —
The man’s sexual/medical history is of no concern at this point, you know…
Yes, but each drip had power. That is not what has happened this time.
265 posted on Thursday, March 08, 2012 7:29:40 AM bycuban leaf (Were doomed! Details at eleven.)
Won’t anyone stand up for Breitbarticus??
To: cuban leaf
Thanks for the help, newbie! NOT!
271 posted on Thursday, March 08, 2012 7:56:59 AM bySW6906 (6 things you can’t have too much of: sex, money, firewood, horsepower, guns and ammunition.)
Yeah, “Cuban leaf” (if that is your real name)!
Aren’tAmericancigars good enough for you?
—Thanks for the help, newbie! NOT!—
“Not” is right. I’ve been here since 1998. Lost the old ID.
And I was born in 1954. I’m far from newbie.
I’m tired of this Coast to Coast type nonsense being foisted upon us. It makes us (conservatives) look bad. But it’s personal this time.
You see, respecting Breitbart’s reputation, I started a thread on a liberal site pointing out that we were gonna get the skinny last night. I got no small amount of grief for it. I told them that it would not be tomorrow, then tomorrow, ad-nausium.
Then I logged in this morning and, guess what. We’re getting strung along. I had to go to that thread and apologize for the whole thing. Hannity, et-al burned me.
Fool me once…
274 posted on Thursday, March 08, 2012 8:13:17 AM bycuban leaf (Were doomed! Details at eleven.)
To: All; jdokey; sauropod; Williams; bigbob; Scythian; stephenjohnbanker; Bill Buckner; SgtHooper; …
IMO, way overhyped.
I was afraid of that when I didn’t see anything about it today, even on FR.
Is this what’s going to happen to the Breitbart empire?
Pretty much, yes.
Drooled out by Hannity types, ruining the effect?
When Hannity types do anythingbesides drool, it’ll be Breaking News.
I thought they had really gotten the slam-bam release cycle down with O’Keefe
O’Keefe was slam-bang released to the custody of his parents.
and such to a science. Now that’s gone I guess.
288 posted on Thursday, March 08, 2012 11:05:30 AM bysam_paine (X …)
Actually, it was never there.
You’re just now realizing that.
Ok – enough exploging cigar action – what else is discomfiting Freeperville?
Ah –Wet Firebrand!
Firebrand Free Republic Founder Endorses Newt Gingrich With Epic Call to Action
I’m officially endorsing Newt Gingrich for President today Jan 19, 2012 | Jim Robinson, Free Republic
I’m officially endorsing Newt Gingrich for president today. Was going to wait until after Florida,
And don’t you just wish now that you had?
but see no reason to delay. We need Newt to win in South Carolina and Florida to stop any possible momentum building up for the establishment big government, statist, abortionist RINO!!
RomneyCare = ObamaCare = government tyranny!! Taxpayer funded abortion is as evil as evil can be!!
Newt is a pro-life Reagan Revolution conservative who led the Republican Revolution of the 90’s, taking the majority away from the democrats who had held it for 40 years. And as Speaker, cut the taxes, cut the government, cut the spending, cut the deficit, cut regulations, cut unemployment, brought the federal budget under control for four years running. And unlike Romney, actually blocked a socialist healthcare system from becoming law. And created a pro-growth, pro-free market, pro-jobs environment and extended the Reagan economy throughout the 90’s!! Newt is the ideal candidate to lead the Tea Party Revolution!!
Posted on Thursday, March 15, 2012 1:22:38 PM bySeekAndFind
PALATINE, Ill.–Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on late Wednesday expressed frustration with both the news media and the Republican establishment for failing to understand his “large ideas” for transforming American politics.
As calls for Gingrich to bow out of the race grew louder after his second-place finishes in Mississippi and Alabama–two states he said he had a chance to win–the candidate seemed to be in low spirits and offered a grumpy analysis of the state of the GOP primary to a crowd that gathered for a Lincoln Day dinner in this northwestern suburb of Chicago.
“The thing I find most disheartening of this campaign is the difficulty of talking about large ideas on a large scale, because the news media can’t cover it and, candidly, my opponents can’t comprehend it,” Gingrich said, while also vowing to continue his campaign to the convention in Tampa this summer.
He called himself the only candidate of the four still in the contest “focused on ideas and … solutions and not just the usual politics,” and the only one advocating wholesale change to a political system that is “methodically and deliberately stupid.”
Other parts of his speech covered topics ranging from President Lincoln promoting the transcontinental railroad to the antifraud system of the American Express company. Gingrich spoke of the need for a “technological revolution” in government, but he lamented that no one but him seemed to understand that.
“Let me just talk for a second about technology and grand opportunities,” he said. “Other than Ronald Reagan, I know of no Republican in my lifetime who’s been able to talk about this. That’s why I’m still running.”The former House speaker from Georgia has recently focused his campaign on high gas prices, promising as president to restore them to no more than $2.50 a gallon. But he often also speaks at length on a wide range of topics, covering everything from brain science to space exploration to the need to utilize modern management practices to reform entire sectors of the government.
“I want to be the candidate of science and technology,” he said. “Whether it’s on energy, it’s on stopping crooks in Medicare and Medicaid, it’s on getting into space, which I was ridiculed [for], or it is on helping you make sure that your family doesn’t suffer from something that could be avoided.”
And he chided fellow Republicans for failing to see the need for a party makeover. The GOP, he said, has been governing like the Democratic Party since 2006, when it lost control of the Congress.
“We cannot be a normal party,” he told the suburban Republican crowd. “If we run a normal campaign, trying to govern within the framework of the current system, we have no future, because people would rather have Democrats do it. They at least enjoy it.”
1 posted on Thursday, March 15, 2012 1:22:45 PM bySeekAndFind
What’s he talking about?
3 posted on Thursday, March 15, 2012 1:25:34 PM by4everontheRight (And the story began with…”Once there was a great nation…”)
I’d like to say, I voted for him in Georgia here. But this is just plain-assed arrogant delusion.
5 posted on Thursday, March 15, 2012 1:35:04 PM byGaffer
So was voting for him in Georgia.
I love Newt but does anyone have the Kim Jong Il from Team America ” Im So Ronrey”?
9 posted on Thursday, March 15, 2012 1:39:02 PM bycrazydad
Anybody have a link to the video? I doubt this reporter is unbiased.
11 posted on Thursday, March 15, 2012 1:40:52 PM byBizhvywt
Wups – wrong video.
This primary is all about stopping Newt by shutting out Newt, andRush did that today
He went on about Obama and oil for the first hour and only mentioned that Obama was answering Newt Gingrich, but added that Newt won’t win the nomination!
Well, how about that? What if Rush had said, “Vote Newt the rest of the way?”
25 posted on Thursday, March 15, 2012 2:50:27 PM byonyx (SUPPORT FREE REPUBLIC, DONATE MONTHLY. If you want on Sarah Palin’s Ping List, let me know.)
Jim Rob would have instantly ejaculated in his Depends.
To be sure, Rush has been a gigantic disappointment in that regard. He was behind Newt early on, and for some bizarre reason began pimping Little Saint Ricky. I doesn’t make any sense.
It is certain that the establishment types make out well with either Mittens or Little Saint Ricky, as the D.C. gravy train will keep on rolling under their watch. The only credible threat to that continued money fountain is Newt.
30 posted on Thursday, March 15, 2012 3:22:56 PM byBrewingFrog (I brew, therefore I am!)
Yep. Can’t upset the Beltway gravy train which only Newt Gingrich can and will do.
Rush showed himself a status-quo Republican, not anything else.
I quit listening to him, but my husband hasn’t, so when he told me today that Rush was talking oil right out of Newt’s playbook, and would certaintly mention or give Newt credit, I went into the kitchen to listen. Huge disappointment.
I even tried to call several times. No luck in getting through and I was prepared to read him the riot act. I might try again tomorrow.
33 posted on Thursday, March 15, 2012 3:38:41 PM byonyx (SUPPORT FREE REPUBLIC, DONATE MONTHLY. If you want on Sarah Palin’s Ping List, let me know.)
—>>He went on about Obama and oil for the first hour and only mentioned that Obama was answering Newt Gingrich, but added that Newt won’t win the nomination!
Good Lord. I didn’t listen to Rush today. I had No idea that he had said this. Shameful and can’t see why people don’t see that Rush is always for the establishment candidate. Always. His listeners have made him so big though he is One that is Never for change-he just uses the idea of change Washington- to gain listeners because when it gets to the petal to the metal,
That’s mighty flowery language.
he always swings back for the establishment. As he did with HW and GW Bush as they were spending money going of style. I guess he is telling us to accept Romney No way that I will vote for Saint Rick either. What a shameful man he is Imo.
36 posted on Thursday, March 15, 2012 4:05:51 PM byChristie at the beach (I like Newt and would love to see political dead bodies on the floor.)
It is as delusional as thinking…
if gingrich stays it hurts romney
if gingrich stays in it will usher in himself,palin or anybody to save this country
it is insane what I watched on this forum,bachmann,perry bashed and now santorum…all in the hopes that someone that was labeled a RINO(do a search when articles were posted when gingrich announced;he was called a RINO) is reformed good conservatives were dissed for some one that did not even run and it was posted only they knew it was a spiritual calling of palin ONLY because sun tsu said so and now newt is going to usher in hope and palin. or himself and his inflated arrogant ego?
(winner of the 2012 competition for longest and most incoherent sentence)
I thought this was an independent grassroots conservative site.when did it turn into a cult that has no logical goal but enabling obama and romney?
Posted on Tuesday, March 06, 2012 11:41:55 AM bylbryce
We Petition the Obama Administration to: Call For The FCC To Remove Bill Maher
Bill Maher’s derogatory statements have gone far enough and nobody is holding him accountable.
He called former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin a C*** and there was not a peep from the mainstream media. There was no apology from HBO.
If those who oppose Rush Limbaugh are going to make a petition to pull him off the air for one derogatory thing he said. It only makes sense that we actually pull people off the air who add nothing to the national dialogue but derogatory and inflammatory language.
1 posted on Tuesday, March 06, 2012 11:42:05 AM bylbryce
Wait for it…
I don’t think the FCC has jurisdiction over cable.
Posted on Thursday, February 09, 2012 4:35:06 AM bySoFloFreeper
…the 2012 election is looking more like a replay of 2008 than a do-over.
The latest WND/Wenzel Poll shows…one in five GOP voters leaning toward support of Obama in November…
Obama also has made tremendous inroads on enemy territory against each of the four Republicans, winning roughly 20 percent support among conservatives and even those who consider themselves to be very conservative.
Is that what they call “Damning with faint praise”?
I wonder if these numbers are accurate. If they are accurate, this is stunningly bad news.
1 posted on Thursday, February 09, 2012 4:35:13 AM bySoFloFreeper
Maybe these folks figure Romney will be the nominee, so they might as well vote for Obama. What’s the difference?
7 posted on Thursday, February 09, 2012 4:47:40 AM byfatnotlazy
If this is really true then America is definitely lost!
14 posted on Thursday, February 09, 2012 5:02:17 AM byDeagle
Nope – found it! America was under the couch the whole time. Crisis averted!
IF true, then this reveals exactly how infested the GOP has become with lib RINOs.
16 posted on Thursday, February 09, 2012 5:02:48 AM byTimber Rattler (Just say NO! to RINOS and the GOP-E)
You guys had better shoot each other just to make sure.
20% of registered Republicans in name only are PAID by George Soros!
That is the correct title of this thread.
17 posted on Thursday, February 09, 2012 5:03:51 AM byDan.israel.2011 (Please pick Rick Santorum! Please!)
That George Sorosdo get around, don’t he?
I knew when 2012 got here there would start to be stories about how everything is better and really everyone loves Obama. I don’t buy it for a second.The press is going to try and depress all Republicans.
Well, in all fairness, If I was a Republican, I’d be pretty depressed, too.
In 1980 they had stories of how Carter was going to beat Regan also.
Because Romney/Newtie/Sntorum are just like Reagan!
We have to get behind our nominee no matter who it is and beat Obama.
23 posted on Thursday, February 09, 2012 5:29:17 AM byGalactica
31 posted on Thursday, February 09, 2012 5:43:11 AM bymgist
Two reasons why this should not be ignored as it may be accurate. First, the brawl that is our primary is turning a lot of people off. As we don’t have an inspirational candidate, it just looks like a lot of mud slinging.
Second, and more importantly, there was a margin of people who claim to be GOP who voted for Obama first time around. Voting against him this time will require for them to make an unconcious admission that they were wrong in 2008. I think that there are some who would rather vote for him again than admit to being wrong.
29 posted on Thursday, February 09, 2012 5:40:46 AM byelvis-lives
First, the brawl that is our primary is turning a lot of people off
I know it has me quite turned off and starting to totally tune out.
In my mind when “they” start in on each other with the distorted and vicious lies it reminds of a …well… I was going say a pit of vipers, but it is like I can here the growls and flesh being ripped off the candidates.
Even Fox News touts this as part of the “vetting” process and the other night I just looked at the TV and said…this behavior is not vetting, it is evil at work.
Define vetting: A thorough and diligent review of a prospective person or project prior to a hiring (investopedia). This is truly not what I see happening at this point. Thoroughness is given rise to fantastical distortions and that destroys the electorates ability to apply diligence to the decision.
I don’t know if this poll is accurate, but if I am not the only one feeling like our primary process has become possessed with…(demons? insert word here)…then yes I can understand some folks latching onto the messianic and peaceful appearing 0bama.
45 posted on Thursday, February 09, 2012 6:07:05 AM byEBH (God Humbles Nations, Leaders, and Peoples before He uses them for His Purpose)
Dude – I’ve got a news flash for you.
Compared to this year’s bumper crop of batshit crazy masquerading as GOP Presidential timber, Jeffrey fucking Dahmer appears “messianistic and peaceful”.
Obama by comparison, looks like he’ll be walking on the water, on his way to distribute loaves, fishes, and universal healthcare.
See you good people next Monday, and welcome again to Southern Beale – I’m loving your stuff.