Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – guns and hosers edition

Good morning, gentle people – I’ve been pushing the drums of Freeper stoopid marked “Mah cold dead hands” to the back for a while now, but with the imminent invasion of NATO’s Agenda 21 task force. I can ignore them no longer.

Maybe if I start opening the oldest ones first, the fumes won’t be as toxic.

So – let’s start witha political killing!

Author of “American Sniper” among the
dead at Rough Creek (CHRIS KYLE MURDERED!)
Stephenville Empire-Tribune ^| 2/2/2013

Posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013 9:01:42 PM byhawkeye101

A former Tarleton State University student who wrote the
best-selling book, “American Sniper,” was one of two victims shot and killed at
Rough Creek Lodge late Saturday afternoon. Chris Kyle and a friend were found
dead at Rough Creek’s shooting range.

posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013
9:01:51 PM byhawkeye101
As usual, the Freeperati take careful aim at the target, hold their collective breath, squeeze slowly, and score a direct hit – on their own foot.

To: hawkeye101

First the internet guy in his car and now this. Looks like the left
wants to play rough.

posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013
9:05:30 PM byBenLurkin (This is not a statement of fact. It is either opinion
or satire; or both)

To: hawkeye101
Law enforcement officials throughout the
county were searching for a large four-door Ford pickup that is high off the
ground and covered in Rhino liner. There is a skull sticker in the backwindow.

What the dickens is this about?Political killing?

posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013
9:09:36 PM byCicero (Marcus Tullius)
Of course – since the black helicopter was in the shop for its FAR Part 29 inspection, the rhino-covered monster truck with the skull decal on the back window was the next-most-stealthiest choice.

To: hawkeye101

these are not random. they have been targeted.

posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013
9:11:24 PM bySecret Agent Man (I can neitherconfirm
or deny that; even if I could, I couldn’t – it’s classified.)

To: hawkeye101

They are taking out those they fear the most. and that will be on
Our side.

posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013
9:14:29 PM byeasternsky

To: hawkeye101

It’s a hit, period.

We are at war and the president is on the wrong side.

posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013
9:17:17 PM byKakaze (I want The Republic back !)
Who could have perpetrated this horrible political hit job??

To: hawkeye101

I think mooslims are responsible.

posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013
9:24:56 PM byGreatRoad (O < 0)
Silly me.

To: BenLurkin

Don’t forget Breitbart. And, yes, I think he was offed.

posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013
9:32:23 PM byRushIsMyTeddyBear (Great vid by ShorelineMike!
What a wonderfully baroque world these guys live in.

To: nuconvert

“That truck doesn’t sound like an inconspicuous vehicle.”

Red herring? Make it appear that a redneck, bitter clinger is the

Meanwhile, he switches to a Pendleton shirt, khakis, and drives
away in his Volvo.

[yea, I know, been watching too many spy movies lately…]

posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013
9:36:31 PM byBwanaNdege (“To learn who rules over you simply find out who you
are not allowed to criticize”- Voltaire)

To: RushIsMyTeddyBear

Obama is offing his enemies one by one..nothing would surprise me
about this Administration, absolutely nothing

posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013
9:33:27 PM bySarah Barracuda
And then…

Renowned Navy SEAL Sniper Shot Dead At
Texas Gun Range
The Daily Caller ^| 02 February 2013 | Jessica

Posted on Sunday, February 03, 2013 2:57:33 AM byzeestephen

Chris Kyle, known as “the most lethal sniper in U.S. military
history,” was reportedly shot and killed on Saturday. “Kyle was shot point-blank
while helping another soldier who is recovering from PTSD.”

posted on Sunday, February 03, 2013
2:57:39 AM byzeestephen

To: zeestephen
Wow. Very sad. He was trying to do a great thing and was
killed as was his innocent neighbor.

The military needs to rethink this style of therapy. Clearly not
safe for those helping. Case and point.

posted on Sunday, February 03, 2013
3:01:27 AM byGOP Poet
But…but…but…Muzzies! Presidential hit teams!VINCE FUCKING FOSTER!!!!

To: 101stAirborneVet

I believe the idea of prohibiting a vet with PTSD from having a gun
was proposed by some liberals. As you noted – the symptoms can vary greatly.And
it is probably hard enough to get them to see a doctor about it already – just
think if they knew their guns would be taken away how hard it would be to get
help for these guys.

posted on Sunday, February 03, 2013
3:22:37 AM by21twelve (“We’ve got the guns, and we got the numbers” adapted and
revised from Jim M.)
If that was the “well-aged and mellow” crazy, I’m afraid to open up any more drums of teh stupid.
More possibly after the Trilateral Commission.

Next up –girlz with gunz!!
No, silly –this.

The Turret Gunner Was a
She ^| February 8, 2013 | Paul

Posted on Friday, February 08, 2013 11:37:49 AM byKaslin

Martin Dempsey, the Army general who’s now chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, was a division commander when he got to Baghdad in 2003 and
climbed into a Humvee for his first trip off base. “I asked the driver … who
he was (and) where he was from,” the general remembers, “and I slapped the
turret gunner around the leg and I said, ‘Who are you?’ And she leaned down and
said, ‘I’m Amanda.’

“And I said, ‘Ah, OK.’ So female turret gunner protecting division

One of the things that makes a good commander is the speed with
which he can adjust to changed conditions, and the general had just been
introduced to another reality of the ever-new U.S. Army.

The general told that story the other day as he stoodnext
to the country’s secretary of defense to formally lift the Army’s ban on women
in combat units. No, not every woman — or man — may be fit for combat, but now
every trooper has a chance to qualify for it. Which is as it should be — at

Gen. Dempsey, it turns out, is a rich source of instructive stories.
Not to mention comments thatapply
to more than their immediate subject. It was during this same news conference
that he discussed the considerable problem of sexual harassment, not to mention
outright abuse and rape, in the service. He traced it to treating women as less
than equal. To quote from his remarks:

“When you have one part of the population that is designated as
warriors and another part that’s designated as something else, I think that
disparity begins to establish a psychology that in some cases led to that
environment. I have to believe the more we can treat people equally, the more
likely they are to treat each other equally.”

When you have one part of the population that serves in the military
and another part that doesn’t, a rift is likely to develop between those who
have defended the country in uniform and those who have never had that
privilege. And it is a privilege. As well as aneducation,
not just an obligation. It’s also a necessity in a democracy. For the divide
between citizen and soldier may only grow greater as the years pass, and develop
into mutual suspicion, even mutual contempt. And divided we fall.


A professional army is a great asset — a necessity, as many a
democracy has discovered when it neglected to train one. But a republic needs
citizen-soldiers, too. Without them, democracy is divided at its very core:
between those who defend it and those who are defended.

It is not a healthy division, for the result is a mutual ignorance
that leads to mutual estrangement — between those citizens who have known
military service and those who haven’t. It is a division no democracy can
afford. For the military needs a connection with the citizenry, and the
citizenry with its military. Both benefit, and the country benefits most of all.

Or as Gen. Dempsey noted: “When you have one part of the population
that is designated as warriors and another part that is designated as something
else, I think that disparity begins to establish a psychology…” And it is not
a healthy psychology, for it divides rather than unites. And united we stand.

posted on Friday, February 08, 2013
11:37:52 AM byKaslin
To: Kaslin
Gen. Dempsey, it turns out, is a rich source
of instructive stories.

There was a chick in the turret of a vehicle he was in once.

Helluva story, sir. Put ’em in the Infantry!

posted on Friday, February 08, 2013
11:45:02 AM byFuture Snake Eater (

To: Kaslin

The militant leftist campaign to pussy-fi American men and
de-feminize American women takes a giant step forward.

posted on Friday, February 08, 2013
11:48:03 AM byIron Munro (I Miss America, don’t you?)
Is there any speculation as toWHY this Army General would make such a “pussy-fi”ed statement?
Are you kidding?

To: Kaslin

His story sounds as if he was disappointed…that it was a
female whose knee he had just slapped…

posted on Friday, February 08, 2013
11:49:48 AM byRed Badger (Lincoln freed the slaves. Obama just got them ALL

To: Iron Munro

dempsey is atypical perfumed pentagon prince, the type of officer
who, as someone else stated, would obey orders to fire on American citizens.

posted on Friday, February 08, 2013
11:54:10 AM bybravo whiskey (”People should not be afraid of their governments.
Governments should be afraid of their people.”)

To: All

And with the rules endorsed by Dempsey and the otherPerfumed



The next time he slaps someones leg in a Humvee it could very well

posted on Friday, February 08, 2013
12:03:54 PM byLegendHasIt
ZOMG!!!!!!There goes his Purity Of Essence!

To: Kaslin

Just being a trigger puller doesn’t make women have the capacity to
do an offensive combat operation where brute strength, speed, and the mindset
that are necessary for victory.

And furthermore, women being KIAs has nothing to do with combat
effectiveness. Always see and read this sorry canard being played by the

Obama and the rest of the DUms have found their “Yes” girl in

posted on Friday, February 08, 2013
12:38:08 PM byRed Steel
OK – what’s next?
Ah –but it’s a gun-free zone!!!

Shots Fired Inside Wilmington
Courthouse; Several Injured (Delaware)
WPVI ^| Monday, February, 11, 2013

Posted on Monday, February 11, 2013 8:02:51 AM bykristinn

There are reports of several injuries after gunfire erupted inside
the New Castle County Court of Common Pleas in Wilmington, Delaware Monday

The shooting happened just after 8:00 a.m. at the court house,
located at 500 N King Street.


Unconfirmed reports of four wounded, one dead in shooting
in lobby of building.
posted on Monday, February 11, 2013
8:03:00 AM bykristinn
Wait for it…

To: kristinn

But that’s a Gun-Free Zone . .???

posted on Monday, February 11, 2013
8:05:23 AM byBipolarBob (Happy Hunger Games! May the odds be ever in your

To: BipolarBob
But that’s a Gun-Free Zone . .???

Why would you post that when this is a courthouse where there are
trained and armed security people there?

posted on Monday, February 11, 2013
12:05:20 PM byNJRES100
OK – time for one more – Let’s step out of the kill zone for this one, because I have to check out Freeperville’s reaction to being – ACORNHOLED!!

ACORN sting activist to pay

San Diego Union-Tribune ^| 3/7/2013 | Jeff

Posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013 8:11:35 PM bySouth40

Activist James O’Keefe has agreed to pay $100,000 and express
regrets to a former National City ACORN worker who was secretly videotaped in a
conservative sting operation in 2009.

The worker, Juan Carlos Vera, sued O’Keefe and cohort Hannah Giles
for their visit to the ACORN office pretending to be a pimp and prostitute.
Giles settled the claim filed against her last summer.

posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013 8:11:37
PM bySouth40

To: South40

Our tax dollars go to ACORN but we can’t monitor them? Nice work if
you can get it.

posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013 8:16:47
PM byObama_Is_Sabotaging_America (PRISON AT BENGHAZI?????)
That’s right.
Your non-existant tax dollars go to fund an non-existant organization.

To: South40

Is there a legitimate, accountable, audited defense fund for
O’Keefe? I’d throw a few bucks his way.

posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013 8:17:37
PM bymuir_redwoods (Don’t fire until you see the blue of their helmets)

To: South40

F*** ACORN. Let them burn in Hell, their earthly ashes scattered to
the four winds. This young couple stuck their necks way out and exposed this
group of whale s**t for who and what they were.

posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013
8:19:05 PM byRightOnline (I am Andrew Breitbart!)
Surely the brain trust at Free Republic can pullsome kind of legal rabbit out of a hat??

To: South40

If O’Keefe chooses to appeal, he should be able to get a reversal
since, Vera, acting as a counselor for ACORN, had what the court calls “dirty

If not . . . . . . is this a great country, or what (if you’re a
lying, thieving cheating bastid)!!

posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013
9:10:42 PM byDustyMoment (Congress – another name for anti-American

To: DustyMoment

Seeing as how this was a settlement agreed to by O’Keefe and not a
court ruling, I’m pretty sure there’s nothing to appeal or be reversed.

posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013
9:34:22 PM bydrjimmy
Forget I asked.

To: South40

They always say truth is the best defense.

What I saw in that video was the truth. It is a measure of just how
far this country has fallen, where instead of shock at what we saw being done
with our taxpayer dollars, we get apathy and open support of it.

And demonization of the person who brought it to light.

Liberalism at its best.

posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013
8:33:53 PM byrlmorel (1793 French Jacobins and 2012 American Liberals have a
lot in common.)
To: rlmorel
What I saw in that video was the truth.

From the article: “An attorney general’s report found that the
video was selectively edited. For instance, video showing O’Keefe and Giles
dressed as a pimp and hooker was later edited into the video, when they were not
dressed that way when speaking to Vera.”

posted on Friday, March 08, 2013 6:51:33
PM byLurking Libertarian (Non sub homine, sed sub Deo et lege)
Well, besidesthat – it was the truth.

To: Lurking Libertarian

But I guess what that ACORN person was saying wasn’t edited in
though, eh?

You mean where they called the cops onSilver Tongue J. Shmoove?

I am sure it was all completely out of context.

posted on Friday, March 08, 2013 6:57:11
PM byrlmorel (1793 French Jacobins and 2012 American Liberals have a
lot in common.)
How exactly do you put getting the cops called on you for human traffickingIN context?
OK – let’s hit the decontam chamber.
My boot soles are starting to bubble.
See you good people next week!

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6 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – guns and hosers edition

  1. gratuitous says:

    Oh, if only it burned to be so stupid. By their scorch marks would ye know them.
    I have to say, though, that I’m a bit surprised this weekly compendium of nincompoopery hasn’t come to the Freepers’ wandering eye of attention.

  2. iceblue2 says:

    You’d think they would recognize that they are wrong all the time.

  3. MapleStreet says:

    About the three shootings – 2 among folks who were well trained and practicing their marksmanship and 1 at a location where there were armed guards:
    I thought the idea of having firearms was to protect yourself. If you have a weapon no one would dare try to attack you. And if anyone did dare attack you, you would be able to shoot them before they killed you.

  4. MapleStreet says:

    In some local Missouri Freeper insanity, local TV runs story last Thursday with headline, “Federal gun control laws could be unenforceable in Missouri.” Seems the MO House has a committee looking at making it against the law for a Federal officer to enforce gun laws in MO.
    A commenter pointed out the teeny-weeny constitutional question of Fed trumps State. The commenters then piled on with their own arguments of how the State law would prevail.
    My favorite was, “how would this be unconstitutional? exactly what part of congress shall pass no law restricting guns is so hard for you to understand but as usual when debatin libtards. why confuse the topic with facts and the truth.” (Uh, ‘Congress shall pass no law…’ is from the 1st amendment and has nothing to do with the 2nd. Extra points for making a fallicious statement combined with vehement name calling and calling the other ignorant.)
    Another goodie was “But if you read the whole article it states that this is a law for Missouri and quote “any federal official trying to enforce gun control laws in Missouri would be guilty of a misdemeanor.” If the State of Missouri passes a “state law” then the Federal Government can’t step in… that’s why we have state governments!!!”
    Didn’t these folks ever have to even attend, much less pass, an elementary school civics class?????

  5. Tommy T says:

    Kibitzer – I’m officially changing my name to Earljam.
    To: earlJam
    Promise not to cut and paste posts from FR to your other trolling sites, and I will promise not to copy and paste your very embarrassing posts to the Men’s Health Forum.
    204 posted on 12/12/2010 1:11:39 PM PST by Palladin (Stand and fight.)

  6. valenstyne says:

    I am confused about the outpouring of Freeper hate for General Dempsey. I thought they loved the military! That’s who protects us from terrorists, right? Or was that only in the Bush years, before they started letting in the chicks and the queers?
    Or should I not expect consistency from the Freeperati? That’s it, isn’t it.
    Oh, as far as the O’Keefe thing, I love the Freeper saying “I am sure it was all completely out of context.” Well…yeah, it was. That’s why he got sued. Not so awesome when it’s your guy in trouble, now is it.

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