Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – “More meta than meta” edition

Good morning, everybody – looks like True Blue Liberty and Jim Rob are still exchanging shots across each others’ bows.

From the TBL thread about JR’s “If you get caught with that other website, I’m divorcing you” thread:

JR getting ready to zot rogue yam

JR pinging the coven to a post saying they need someone to replace Romney. (Holy crap the loons REALLY think Sarah will save them?Or they think eternal vigilence will?) They REALLY want Obama re elected!

Wolfcreek on the way out

I don’t see TOL there dancing the sick zot so JR is just play acting drama to get more money.

9% begathon goal met.


That is some pure crazy right there.

Agreed. So what are ya gonna do about it?

Jim Robinson to me: “You’re headed for a ZOT”

Me: “Zot This, Fool!”

I was a bit too embarrassed to share this in my other thread. But I will. Robinson leaves his phone number at the bottom of the screen on the Home Page there.I made the mistake of calling him and asking him why I was banned. Lets just say getting fired from my first radio job back when I was 18 years old was a more pleasant conversation. He yelled at me. Insulted me. I couldn’t understand some of what he said. He never answered my question. He called me “Mr Young Conservative”. Told me that I was banned and to never come back and then screamed good bye !


Once JR realized Saint Sarah bowed out of running, after she took fools like him on a merry ride, he picks statist New World Order Newt as worthy of dropping all those so called principles he claims he had for.

Why? Cause Sarah voted for Newt.

If conservatives on his websire thought he had gone batshit crazy, they were right. He should have gotten behind the only one left that shared his socon beliefs and helped push him over the finish line against Romney.

But he didn’t. The voters did not want New World Order Newt in spite of the love affair he and his harpychicks tried to foment. You see, it wasn’t JR and his chicks that were wrong, it was all the voters in all the states except GA and SC.

Oh really? I have to think that his intentions were really screwed up. And for that, he deserves a failed Griftathon. He can feed the kool aid to the dumbos that still are fool enough to attach their lips to his behind. Hope thay have a lot of cash.

Well, Freeperville was down for over 14 hours Wed-Thu, so whatever they’re spending those bucks on, it ain’t servers.

Ha ha. Seems like ol’ Jimbo’s paltry beg-a-thon results are driving him f***ing batshit. (Even more than usual)

The following is his latest foaming-at-the-mouth rant from the following thread:

A little “strawman action” going on here? WOO HOO!))))))

Well, the freaking true blue blind batshit RINOs foisted this abortionist/homosexualist statist bastard on us over our objections and in spite of our warnings that we’d never support this lying fraud. Romney is a bald-faced liar and total fraud. Always has been. Always will be. An abortionist/homosexualist liberal judge appointing, gun-grabbing big government pushing, mandate-loving, liberty-killing, big government Keynesian, progressive statist bastard!!

Never will I grant my consent to be lorded over by a statist RINO creep!!

Those of you who elevated this piece of human excrement despite our protestations can now get him elected. You trampled, attacked, bashed and trashed us and our conservative candidates during the primaries and now you dare whine and cry to us when you think you need us? Even while continuing to attack, bash and trash us?

A pox on RINOs and all liberty hating abortionist/homosexualist statists!!

534 posted on Wednesday, July 11, 2012 4:31:17 PM by Jim Robinson (Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God!!)

Which begs the question:

He said the same thing about Newt Gingrich. I cannot stand when he puts a ‘pox’ on people. Then all of his old lady harpies will parrot him.WTF does put a pox on someone, exactly mean? A curse? Isn’t that anti-Christian? That does not match his anti abortion, anti homos, pro God, mantra.

I ask this question in all seriousness…

If it possible this guy is just losing it mentally? Dementia? Worse?

When I had to stay in a nursing home for awhile there were a few older people who were mean and critical of others for no reason what so ever. The nurse had to warn me about it the first day and I just tried to stay away from them !

This next one is rather prescient, considering that it comes from a former Freeper:

Jim Robinson had to spend two months begging and pleading and whining to his own followers in order to meet his last (reduced) Begathon goal but that same site “almost by itself” could overturn the will of millions of voters in primary elections?::)

In psychiatry, such an irrational though process is called “Magical Thinking” and it is a symptom of patients with schizotypal personality disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and bipolar disorders.

Roses are red, violets are blue;

I’m schizophrenic, and so am I.

Back to Freeperville after the leap of faith..

OK – what’s next?

Ah –Sue -sue – I’m gonna sue YOU!‏

Delegates Heading to Tampa Sue the GOP
The GUardian Express ^ | June 15, 2012 | Randy Rose

Posted on Friday, June 15, 2012 9:17:40 PM by Innovative

The federal lawsuit, filed this week in U.S. District Court in California demands the delegates be freed to “vote their conscience” for presidential nominee at the party’s August national convention in Tampa, Fla., rather than being “bound” to vote for a certain candidate, as many state party bylaws require, based on the primary elections and other delegate selection procedures. Courthouse News Service reports at least another 40 additional national convention delegates have asked to join the lawsuit which would bring the total to 160 Delegates.

Yet striking down party rules that bind candidates to vote in accordance with the primary process could suddenly open up the nomination to another campaign season, as presidential hopefuls could attempt to sway the elected delegates to their side, a potentiality Gilbert recognizes.


Obama is delighted! Let’s have some more Republican infighting, instead of having them focus on beating Obama.
1 posted on Friday, June 15, 2012 9:17:43 PM by Innovative
Yes – let’s.

To: Innovative

As I have always said, this election is the GOP’s to lose. If they keep up this crap, they will.

2 posted on Friday, June 15, 2012 9:20:46 PM by EagleUSA
To: Innovative

The death throes of a once-great political party are so sad to watch.

14 posted on Friday, June 15, 2012 9:44:16 PM by EternalVigilance (The saving of the republic begins the day conservatives stop supporting what they say they hate.)
To: katiedidit1
What did Romney expect after his scorched earth campaign? one of his staffers stated they not only wanted to beat Newt..they wanted to destroy him.

This is Ron Paul’s supporters. They’ve been planning this for a while…

38 posted on Saturday, June 16, 2012 1:30:53 AM by sockmonkey (I will vote for Romney to get Obama out of the White House..)
To: Innovative

Well if the gop/e were not running the party like Tony Soprano’s crew… we would not be in disarray. The republican leadership does not represent me… they do not represent republicanism… they despise their own base. When republicans are as divided as we are… what do you expect?


39 posted on Saturday, June 16, 2012 1:37:39 AM by LibLieSlayer (Don’t Tread On Me)
To: LibLieSlayer

Mr. ROmneyCARE and his vicious Team of BAckstabber
attacked the GOP through their attacks on Gov. Palin.

That was ok, right?

Having a Democrat lead the GOP is ok, right?

Having a LIAR and BACKSTABBER represent you is good, right?

41 posted on Saturday, June 16, 2012 7:11:59 AM by Diogenesis (“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. ” Pres. Ronald Reagan)
To: antceecee

I noticed from the very beginning how assured Rove was that Romney had the “organization”. I am absolutely convinced Rove was in bed with Priebus and the RNC. Santorum, Perry, Newt are not ignorant men but they didnt even make it on the Virginia ballot? Fla changed their primary rules? the entire primary season was hell to watch.
You know I felt like I was watching elections orchestrated by the DU.

49 posted on Saturday, June 16, 2012 8:24:29 AM by katiedidit1 (“This is one race of people for whom psychoanalysis is of no use whatsoever.” the Irish)
What else we got here?
Ah –Loose Behring!

Anders Behring Breivik delivers final tirade to bemused court
The Guardian. ^

Posted on Saturday, June 23, 2012 12:21:38 PM by marthemaria

Survivors and bereaved families walked out of court on Friday as Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian confessed killer of 77 people, launched into a final tirade against multiculturalism.

In an hour-long salvo, which drew bemusement and laughter from some in the packed courtroom, he lashed out at perceived threats to “cultural conservatives” including Sex and the City and Norway’s “asylum seeker” representation at the Eurovision song contest.

About a dozen people walked out of court as he began a speech which concluded with the demand that he be found innocent and acquitted.

“The attacks on July 22 were preventive attacks to defend the indigenous Norwegian people,” he said. “I therefore demand to be acquitted.”

In a reversal of normal court convention, the prosecutors are demanding the Breivik be found insane and transferred to compulsory mental healthcare. Breivik claims his actions were “necessary” to prevent the Islamic colonisation of Norway, and has demanded he be found sane.

The defence lawyer Geir Lippestad evoked Breivik’s “fundamental human right” to be considered sane. “The defendant has a radical political project. To make his acts something pathological and sick deprives him of his right to take responsibility for his own actions,” he said.

“It is a reverse situation since they want him acquitted. I say that their plea should not be accepted, and Anders Behring Breivik should be treated as leniently as possible.”

he authors of the first report, which concluded that Breivik had psychotic paranoid schizophrenia, said he was suffering from the central delusion that “he is going to save us all from doom in the fight between good and evil. In this fight he believes he has the responsibility to say who will live and who will die. This responsibility is rooted in a senior position in a non-existent organisation.”

1 posted on Saturday, June 23, 2012 12:21:43 PM by marthemaria
Let the mixed feelings pour forth!

To: marthemaria

Thanks for posting.

Interesting. Because Breivik does not accept the elites policy of destroying traditional Norwegian culture by flooding Norway with third world moslems he must be insane.

Um, no – because he slaughtered 77 children he must be insane.

“… He talks of a slow-motion jihad. … He talks about demographic warfare. …”

Reminds me of the old soviet union.

3 posted on Saturday, June 23, 2012 12:55:10 PM by khelus
Reminds me of the Freeperati – or would, if they ever did anything besides run their mouths.


Anders did attack Leftwingtards-in-training at the island where the collectivist indoctrination camp for children is located.

4 posted on Saturday, June 23, 2012 12:57:31 PM by Jack Hydrazine (It’s the end of the world as we know it and I feel fine!)
He had to destroy the camp in order to save it?

To: marthemaria

Breivik’s views are a trite caricature of how socialists paint non-believers.He could be carrying out a false flag operation.

8 posted on Saturday, June 23, 2012 4:33:27 PM by Kennard
Um – you’re bonkers.

To: marthemaria

Bemused, eh?

I do not find anything bemusing about this whole tragic situation for Norway. BUt again, communist thinking wants to portray opponents as bemusing or exagerating or crazy all the time, indicating their guilt.


And as for liberals, they are clueless about their own evil and evil of others. It is naivete in a sick way.

10 posted on Saturday, June 23, 2012 4:44:57 PM by JudgemAll (Democrats Fed. job-security Whorocracy & hate:hypocrites must be gay like us or be tested/crucified)
To: marthemaria; All

Well I see that others have expanded upon my point, i.e. those who promote flooding Norway with Moslems who refuse to assimilate into the traditional culture are gladly painting Breivik as insane because they can paint his observations of the damage done by cultural marxism


and the jihad against western culture as insane by association.

13 posted on Sunday, June 24, 2012 9:03:49 AM by khelus
Your condition has been upgraded from “bonkers” to “batshit crazy”.
And speaking of batshit crazy –DaDaDaDaDaDaDaDa – Bat-shit!‏

The Batman Campaign?Rush ^ | July 17, 2012 |Rush Limbaugh

Posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 5:01:44 PM by Kaslin


RUSH: Have you heard this new movie, the Batman movie, what is it, The Dark Knight Lights Up or whatever the name is. That’s right, Dark Knight Rises. Lights Up, same thing. Do you know the name of the villain in this movie? Bane. The villain in The Dark Knight Rises is named Bane, B-a-n-e. What is the name of the venture capital firm that Romneyran and around which there’s now this make-believe controversy? Bain. The movie has been in the works for a long time. The release date’s been known, summer 2012 for a long time. Do you think that it is accidental that the name of the really vicious fire breathing four eyed whatever it is villain in this movie is named Bain?

OBAMA: Somebody else made that happen.

The Bane character in this movie was a terrorist. He’s out to destroy Gotham, New York City, which is the case in every Batman movie. But instead of sounding like Romney, he sounds like an Occupy Wall Street guy, in truth. Now, there’s a story in the Washington Times today: “Is Mitt Romney…Batman? — Opponents of Mitt Romney have noticed that the name of Batman’s villain in the upcoming film The Dark Knight Rises is homonymous with the name of an investment firm that Romney founded in 1984. The childish ‘aha’ moment was not unpredictable. Americans have tolerated condescension remarkably well for the past four years, so we can presumably take an insult to our ability to spell — or ability to follow a storyline, for that matter.”

But, anyway, I didn’t really know what the point of this story is. They’re trying to point out that in Batman the good guy and the rich guy are one and the same, and that’s Bruce Wayne. And so what this guy is saying here, hey, instead of falling in with the evil guy being Bane, let’s just say Batman is Romney. Batman’s Romney, he’s the evil rich guy, he’s the good rich guy, he’s out to save New York. The rich guy’s the good guy. Of course the evil guy is always rich too in these Batman movies. You may think it’s ridiculous, I’m just telling you this is the kind of stuff the Obama team is lining up. The kind of people who would draw this comparison are the kind of people that they are campaigning to. These are the kind of people that they are attempting to appeal to.


1 posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 5:01:47 PM by Kaslin
To: Kaslin; martin_fierro; Slings and Arrows; Mr. Silverback
Do you think that it is accidental that the name of the really vicious fire breathing four eyed whatever it is villain in this movie is named Bain?

Sorry, Rush… but: yeah. It is, in fact, totally coincidental.

Bane has been a major Batman villain for nearly twenty years, now… as any comics fan could instantly have informed you, had you only thought to ask first.

Uncommon sloppiness, from the normally reliable EIB Network. SHEESH!

6 posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 5:15:55 PM by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle (“If you’re not fiscally AND socially conservative, you’re not conservative!” – Jim Robinson, 9-1-10)

To: Kaslin

The script for this movie was written about two years ago.

10 posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 5:43:07 PM by Fledermaus (Democrats are dangerous and evil. Republicans are useless and useful idiots.)
These False Flag operations require some advance planning.
Well, let’s get out of here and go make Monday happen,

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11 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – “More meta than meta” edition

  1. Scott says:

    Those Brevik apologists… I hesitate to even wish bad things on them, because they don’t have the empathy or self-awareness to understand the issue. 77 people dead in Norway mean less to them than their own stubbed toes.
    I wish there was a highly communicable empathy virus.

  2. Razor Eddie says:

    I love the penultimate poster’s name “KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle.”
    Isn’t part of the Randian / State’s rights / Laisse Faire school of thought the idea that if you don’t like where you’re living you should just move?
    If you’re unemployed, move to where the jobs are.
    If you don’t like how a state runs things, move to another state.
    If your employer treats you badly, simply leave that job and find another.
    Funny how they repeat these ideals over and over while being “TrappedInLiberalSeattle.” I guess Kent’s ideals don’t live up to his reality.

  3. MapleStreet says:

    There has gotta be a way to make a pro Obama commercial that quotes all these folks on FR and TBL. Hopefully, a true Tea Party candidate will step up and do for Romney what Nader has done so many times to the dems.
    BTW – I think you were mocking the FR folk, but in case not, there are two types of Pox. Smallpox (hopefully near eradicated) and large pox (syphillis). A Pox on your family refered to the later as a curse.
    And calling the actions of Brevik in shooting up a summer camp as sane? With the Rush/Bain tirade, I’m surprised that they aren’t singing the praises of the guy in Aurora, CO (although it was a midnight showing so he supposedly hadn’t seen the film yet, but there’s always a way to see at least a cheap copy early.). BTW – you might want to rethink the image of the Joker in the article. A little too soon.

  4. MapleStreet says:

    Also, not sure who is more naive. JR for putting his personal phone number on his web page (bet he gets a lot of offers for free vacations, credit cards, etc especially as posting his number could be construed as permission for a boiler-room operation to call him)
    the guy who called him and expected a conversation.

  5. Dee Loralei says:

    Thanks Tommy T!

  6. The Lodger says:

    I don’t see the Joker, but I do see the (1990’s) Blue Beetle.

  7. Tommy T says:

    Thanks, guys.
    And re : the Joker
    I saw that pathetic killer Holmes in his court appearance.
    He’s not The Joker.
    He’s not Heath Ledger.
    He’s not even Jack Nicholson.
    He’s Carrot Top.
    I don’t let mass murderers influence what I say or do.
    Speaking of which, my take on the shootings and the Cowboy Mentality armchair-heroes fantasising about saving the day:

  8. MapleStreet says:

    Hi Tommy, link didn’t work.
    Understand your point. Also, I couldn’t believe he dyed his hair for the court appearance – or that his lawyer didn’t stop him.

  9. Tommy T says:

    Sorry, MapleStreet – here’s my main FB page – just scroll down a bit.

  10. MapleStreet says:

    Ouch! I didn’t find the referenced picture (but a lot of cognitive dissonance on their rationale versus the readily identified identities of all involved). Then a few postings down is a thread, “guns save lives” reporting on a fight that was broked up elsewhere.

  11. Tommy T says:

    Ok – here it is:
    All I’m going to say on the movie theater madman.
    I’m a handgun-owner.
    If I had been in that theater with my G21 in my hand, I wouldn’t have been able to do jack shit.
    That psycho was armored up the ying-yang (including armor FOR his ying-yang), and couldn’t have been taken out with anything short of a heavy rifle.
    If one person there had shot at him, all that would have happened would be that they would have hit a fellow audience member – either when they missed, or when their round ricocheted off the shooter’s armour.
    Five or six handgun-armed theater patrons trying to hit the shooter as he made his way up the aisle? They might have matched or even exceeded the shooter’s toll.

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