Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – back in the saddle again edition

OK – like the Man said: “Coffee break’s over – back on your heads!”

So much BenGazzara crazy has piled up in Freeperville in the last three weeks that I hardly know where to begin.

Oh – wait – I do.

It’s –Demote Control!!

Benghazi whistleblower: ‘I’ve been demoted’ for challenging Susan Rice’s claims

The Washington Examiner ^

| 5/8/2013
| Joel Gerhke

Posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013 2:10:07 PM bySSDecontrol

Gregory Hicks, former deputy chief of mission in Benghazi, told
Congress today that a State Department official began criticizing his
job performance, and he was ultimately demoted, after he asked why U.S.
Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice attributed the Benghazi
attack to an anti-Islamic Youtube video.

“In hindsight, I think
it began after I asked the question about Ambassador Rice’s statement on
the TV shows,” Hicks said of the criticism during a House Oversight and
Government Reform Committee hearing on the attack today.


This is all so disturbing..
posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013 2:10:08 PM
Yeah buddy – nothing gives your quest legitimacy like your prize witness having a personal axe to grind.
It’s like when the former IT manager hacked into his old company’s IT systems and rigged his former boss’s
Powerpoint presentation to display pornographic photos.
The Freeperati would go apeshit (well, apeshittier) if they found out that, say, Julian Assange had been canned from the NSA before founding Wikileaks.
So – what conclusion do they draw from thisrevelation?

To: SSDecontrol

It’s the communists way of doing thing. Next is fake suicide.
posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013 2:14:25 PM
byLogical me
Forget I asked.

To: SSDecontrol
Well, clearly we have to disregard his testimony. I mean, he was demoted, for cryin’ out loud, doesn’t thatprove
he’s just an old white guy who’s got an axe to grind simply because he
and his colleagues were left to die and his career was ruined when he
survived. How petty.
posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013 2:15:40 PM

To: SSDecontrol

So it should be imperative that one or more GOP (aka RINOs) see
to it that he is put back on the track he occupied prior to the
retribution of the regime.

posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013 2:17:13 PM
(Nothing says “ignorance” like Islam! 969)

Why would they want to do that if they’reRINOs? You’re making even less sense than usual.

To: SSDecontrol

Other high ranking military have had their commands taken away and made to take early retirements by the bullies on the Hill.

posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013 2:21:52 PM
(The problem is…no one is watching the Watch List!)

To: SSDecontrol

Call Boehner and insist he continue the hearings AND appoint a special commission.


posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013 3:26:18 PM
byLiberty Wins
Thanks for the number – Idid call.
They say they’ll get back to me as soon as they find out if he has Prince Albert in a can.

To: GraceG

It’s the communists way of doing thing. Next is fake suicide.

No, the next thing is “Fake Murder/Suicide” so you don’t have family members left saying that he would never kill himself…

Plus it destroys the messenger very effectively…


I see you are a student of Marxism-Leninism. Not many take the trouble.

posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013 5:08:49 PM
(Mass murder and cannibalism are the twin sacraments of socialism – “Who-whom?”-Lenin)
Da, comrade –DA!!

To: SSDecontrol
what happened to the Whistle-blower Protection Act???
posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013 8:59:22 PM
(Stand UP and Be Counted, or line up and be numbered – *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
Funny you should ask – I’ll have a chat with Bradley Manning and get back to ya on that.
And the whistle-blower protection act isn’t retroactive – nor does it apply to people demotedbefore they decide to grind their ideological axes.
Some catch-up after the post-vacation malaise..

Well, in honour of the rollout of the new and improved Dubya Mark II (the librarying), how about a little –

Got a question for all Bush Family Fans out there, Just What did 12(4 years 41 8 year 42) get us?

19 March 2013
| US Navy Vet

Posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 2:25:35 PM byUS Navy Vet

“Bush family fans”? I sense troll bait.

The way I see it the ONLY good thing we got was Alito.
posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 2:25:35 PM
byUS Navy Vet
Oh, come now – you got a murderous and insanely expensive war, and lassez-faire capitalism that crashed the economy and wiped out your 401Ks (assuming you had them). That’s quite an eight-year return on your investment in stupid.

To: US Navy Vet

Tax cut.

posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 2:26:36 PM
To: 1rudeboy

That EXPIRED, try again.

posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 2:27:19 PM
byUS Navy Vet
(Go Packers! Go Rockies! Go Boston Bruins! See, I’m “Diverse”!)
To: US Navy Vet

– More WOD
– More WOT
– More Federal expansion (such as trying to place *all* National Guard directly under the President.)

posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 2:27:27 PM
(Q: Why am I here? A: To do Justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with my God.)

To: US Navy Vet

A New World Order.

posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 2:27:29 PM
(The irresponsible should not be leading the responsible.)
For which Nouri Al-Maliki and Iran profoundly thank you.
I swear, Freeperati have minds like the tape loops in black boxes – there’s a limited amount of storage space, so when a few years have gone by, their memories get overwritten,
But the internet never ever forgets.
Let’s jog their collective memory, shall we?
From April 2003:

A ‘terrible, bloody’ miscalculation

The Orange County Register ^
| April 2, 2003 | Alan W. Bock

Posted on 04/02/2003 12:39:19 PM PST byEveningStar

Former envoy to Iraq expects U.S. to win war, lose on many other fronts

Having talked to him on the phone a day or two before, I knew that
former Ambassador to Iraq (well, actually, chief-of-mission, for obscure
legislative and civil service reasons that he explained to me at some
length, though they don’t make a functional difference) Edward Peck
would be provocative at the World Affairs Council last Thursday. He was.

Peck, a UCLA grad who spent 32 years as a diplomat, was careful
to preface his remarks with the information that he had served two
hitches in the U.S. Army as a paratrooper and had faced war, disease and
riots as a diplomat, so he takes a back seat to none in facing danger
for his country. He was in Iraq from 1977 to 1980, served in other
Middle East posts, was coordinator of covert intelligence in the State
Department and deputy director of the Cabinet Task Force on Terrorism in
the Reagan White House.

Not exactly a wimp or a pacifist.

He also peppered his talk with humor – a good diplomat is “somebody who
can convince his wife she looks terrible in diamonds” – to leaven what
for many had to be an unpleasant message.

Noting that George W.
Bush’s approval rating was 52 percent on Sept. 10, 2001, and 90 percent
on Sept. 12 when he was a president under foreign attack, Peck suggested
a similar phenomenon might be at work for Saddam Hussein, as despicable
as he is. He said that when you invade a foreign country, the people
there just might view you as invaders rather than liberators.

Peck thinks the United States will probably win this war eventually, but
it will be harder than our leaders anticipated and will cost us dearly
in national morale, solidarity and international prestige. And we’ll be
paying a high price for a long time to come in increased Middle Eastern
instability and acts of terrorism.

The notion that Islamists
hate us because of our freedom or “because Britney Spears has a
bellybutton” is “terribly stupid,” Peck believes.

Most Americans
don’t want to face the fact that we’ve been killing Iraqis for 12
years, through sanctions and bombing, and that we’re constantly in the
world’s face.

But if we don’t stop to consider honestly what
really drives the terrorists of the world we’ll have to deal with them
for a long time to come.

The idea that attacking Iraq will end
terrorism is a little hard to square with the fact that we’ve called up
25,000 reservists to protect the homeland, and Colin Powell has asked
for $6 billion to turn every American embassy into a fortress, all to
coincide with the beginning of the war.

“I hope to the depths of
my being I am wrong,” Peck said. “But I’m afraid we will pay a
terrible, bloody price for this miscalculation in Iraq.”

How did
the World Affairs Council audience in conservative Orange County
respond to this message? By my count, he got four hostile questions,
three friendly ones and a couple simply seeking more information, all
quite thoughtfully put. A few people, obviously upset, walked out toward
the end of the talk, but most people stayed.

Former World
Affairs Council president Sir Eldon Griffiths made it clear that he
agreed with much of what Ambassador Peck had said but disagreed with
parts of the talk. He believes the evidence on dangerous weapons and
intention to use them is strong enough to justify this war.

Whatever you think about the war, there’s little doubt that it’s
stirring provocative and thoughtful discussion here in Orange County.

Interesting, when you consider the source.
1 posted on 04/02/2003 12:39:19 PM PST byEveningStar
Yeah. it IS interesting, considering thatPeck was a Reagan appointee.
I guess that little factoid got caught in theprevious memory wipe?

To: EveningStar
Peck is a major league asshole.

7 posted on 04/02/2003 12:49:41 PM PST byYankee

To: Sid Rich
Peck has been dragged out for years on the cable
channels as an example of a former US diplomat who is opposed to our
policy on Iraq. He has been doing this for long before these last few
months of UN diplomacy and now war. I don’t know what his agenda is, but
he has for years been acting like Scott Ritter, only without the
defensive bluster and child molesting.
18 posted on 04/02/2003 12:55:35 PM PST bymichaelt

To: EveningStar
Too bad that 9/11 happened before all this. It makes it
hard for libs to blame that sneak attack on our subsequent response in
Iraq and Afghanistan.

BTW – what have been the bad results of our going after Al Quaida in that other innocent country – Afghanistan?

will blame everything they don’t like on this – hoping to snatch defeat
from the jaws of an obvious victory for which they cannot claim any

23 posted on 04/02/2003 12:58:23 PM PST byNorthGA
And don’t forget the New World Order!
These bozos were laving Dubya’s rod with drooling ferocity long after it was apparent that he’d screwed the Ultimate Pooch. They were licking his balls like a Saigon whore for eight solid years (when they weren’t fapping over pics of him in a flightsuit).
So – let’s get back to present day and see if they can summon up any of the old Dubya-love once so familiar to this command:

To: US Navy Vet

We also got Clarence Thomas.

posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 2:26:59 PM
(Sen Ted Cruz is my adoptive Senator)

To: YourAdHere

I wonder if the Christians in Iraq feel better off today?

posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 2:33:25 PM

To: US Navy Vet

Lots of royalty gushing photo ops, too big to fail Inc., and millions more illegals.

posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 2:34:30 PM
(The Event Horizon has come and gone. Buckle up and hang on.)
Well, all righty then.
Let’s move on.
BTW, I’d like to thank the First Drafters for cleaning up the iso chamber during my absence.
Everything looks so nice and clean – filters freshly changed, new emergency evacuation lamps, a “welcome” mat in the decontam chamber, and – what’s this?
A present? For me?
Open it here? OK.
You guys really shouldn’t have..
Jesus FUCK!!

Palin’s SarahPAC Embarrassment: Consultants Are Cashing In

The Daily Beast ^

| Mar 29, 2013
| John Avlon

Posted on Saturday, March 30, 2013 11:27:04 AM byBratch

She’s baaaack.

Sarah Palin attempted to relaunch her political career and her
political action committee, SarahPAC, on Thursday with a Web video
called“Loaded for Bear,” which presented the former Alaska governor as the new kingmaker for conservative populists in the GOP.

The video riffed offher speech at CPAC,
in which Palin railed against “the big consultants, the big money men,
and the big bad media.” But there’s an irony alert ahead: the current
stated purpose of SarahPAC is to raise money ahead of the 2014
election—most of which will be spent on conservative consultants.

Don’t believe me? Well, this is a perfect time to page through
SarahPAC’s Federal Election Commission filings, which—helpfully
enough—were just released yesterday.


Typical liberal line of attack.

Since she’s “not without sin” she has no business casting stones.

posted on Saturday, March 30, 2013 11:27:04 AM

To: Bratch

GOOD~!!! I hope she raises a BUNDLE

This makes me want to donate more

posted on Saturday, March 30, 2013 11:32:37 AM
byMr. K
(There are lies, damned lies, statistics, and democrat talking points.)

To: Bratch

Of course Sarah isn’t wrong or hypocritical at all in this
matter. It’s Avlon misrepresenting and twisting illogical findings in a
ill prepared article in branding Sarah as wrong. The Hit Piece article
proves that Sarah is precisely over the target and getting that flack.
Sarah’s message is resonating with people and the libs and Establishment
bunch knows it and its frightening them because if Sarah starts to
galvanize a wide spectrum of voters (and she will) then the tide will
start to turn against D.C. because they keep on surviving by dividing
people and voters against one another instead of focusing on the real
culprits – Washington DC and both parties

posted on Saturday, March 30, 2013 12:11:32 PM
Where’s “SarahBarracuda”?

To: Bratch

With these kind of GOP bastards in our party who needs
enemies..At least with Dems they are supposed to hate Sarah Palin..but
seeing this come from our “own” side is disgusting..this is why the GOP
is what it is..meanwhile the Dems are sticking together while we are
tearing each other apart..the problem with the GOP is that there are the
Rove types, the Christie types, and the Jeb Bush types that agree with
Obama..on practically everything..these RINOS want “Immigration Reform”
which means amnesty to 20 million illegals..they will NEVER vote have these fools supporting “Gay marriage.” When you
have people looking at both parties and can’t tell the damn difference
this is where we have a serious problem. These RINOS can’t stand the
fact that Sarah Palin chose WINNERS while they chose LOSERS

posted on Saturday, March 30, 2013 12:48:22 PM
bySarah Barracuda

To: Bratch

If she runs, I’ll be voting for Sarah Palin.

posted on Saturday, March 30, 2013 1:10:47 PM
( ~just keep livin~)
Post Reply
|Private Reply
|To 1
|View Replies]

To: Gator113

And if she doesn’t, she still has my support.

posted on Saturday, March 30, 2013 1:23:39 PM

To: Bratch

I despise Avlon and love Palin, but he is partially correct.I
noted this on FR in 2011 when I saw what a piss poor percentage of
SarahPAC donations actually went to candidates
. A pox on all their
houses. I give only to candidates directly.

posted on Saturday, March 30, 2013 1:25:13 PM

To: Bratch

Thanks for posting this. I’ve come across some presumed
“conservatives” since Avdon’s piece came out that were sneering and
agreeing without taking the time to learn the facts behind not just his
article, but the activities of the PAC he PRESUMES to know all about. A
Pol with an email trail as squeaky-clean as Gov. Palin’s isn’t going to
be tolerating a lot of deadwood and monkeybusiness in her PAC. Good on
ya, Sarah!

posted on Saturday, March 30, 2013 2:57:34 PM
(NO GROUND TO THE DEVIL! Use Weaponized Prayer)

To: Bratch

Thanks for a great thread.

posted on Monday, April 01, 2013 3:26:56 AM
(Part of the Right Wing Research & Attack Machine)
No kidding.
And if you guys ever do anything like that to me again, I’m changing the airlock door entry codes.
One of those spring-snake-in-a-box thingys would have sufficed.
See you troupers next Monday!

Share this:

Like this:

Like Loading...
Tagged , , , , ,

2 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – back in the saddle again edition

  1. Scott S. says:

    Ahh, the stupid love the freepers have for Super Sarah is a continuing source of amusement for me. I’m still amazed she hasn’t gone the Oral Roberts route yet and started demanding their life savings in exchange for more Twitter posts.

  2. Dee Loralei says:

    Thanks Tommy T! Good to have you back. Hope you had a great vacation.

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: