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

So – Christie won and Cooch lost. Dare we open the airlock door?

Dare we not?

OK – here we go with – Freeper And Cooch!

Virginia Governor Election Day LIVE Thread ^ | 2013-11-05 | parksstp

Posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 12:24:21 PM byparksstp

Thread for discussion of tonight’s VA Gov Elecitons Result. Is this too early?

1 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 12:24:21 PM byparksstp
It’s never too early for popcorn.
To: parksstp

“Is this too early?”

Nah, they’ll call it for McCauliflower pretty soon. Watch for speeding cars flying from precint to precinct with unmarked boxes.

2 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 12:27:41 PM bySaxxonWoods (…Let It Burn…)
The polls have only been open for a couple of hours, but obviously it’s never too early to scream “election fraud”.
To: AppyPappy

I visited the four polling places in Waynesboro twice this morning.

Looking for the elusive voter fraud, no doubt. They finally called the cops on him for stalking.

Turnout looked steady and strong for an off-year election.
Those who were voting, seemed to be Republicans and Conservatives — well-groomed and cheerful people.

Because, of course, only “conservatives” are cheerful, albeit in a hateful, ragegasm-fueled fashion. And does “well-groomed” mean they were wearing American Apparel shirts, skinny jeans, and hats?

If so, you just mistook hipsters for Republicans. And can you just imagine if those scowling, unkempt, beads-and-flowers-wearing hippies had shown up? Horrors!

I was encouraged.

16 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 12:46:24 PM byOak Grove (H)
To: parksstp

yes…the polls are still open. It’s too early for this defeatist crap.

17 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 12:47:24 PM bypgkdan
Oh, it’s never too early for defeatist crap. Especially if you’re about to be defeated. In fact, you might want to get started on 2016 right away. Oh – that reminds me – did you hear that Christie won?
OK – time for some Election Day insight into the dynamics of voter turnout!
To: txhurl
WalMart should just offer a 52″ LED TV for 500 bucks, the you’d see a stampede of black faces out of the polling lines.“Chantelle yuz see, theyz offa a TV for 500, let’s blow this joint, gona git me sum”
66 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 2:39:25 PM bypburgh01
OK – that’s enough insight.
The ship sinks, with all hands bailing, right below the link to the proven election fraud.

I hope these clowns didn’t embarrass themselves at the polling places…
To: RKBA Democrat

Voted at 7:00. When asked for id I handed them my gun permit. They panicked. Two observers, probably from the UN, raised out of their seats and started texting or tweeting or something.

They were probably calling 911.

They asked if i had a dl. I said no.


They asked if I had photo id. I said no.

Have you changed your name recently? If so, oops! Also, were you well-groomed and cheerful? And I can’t imagine why officials in a public place would get excited about an ideologue with a gun showing up there.

They told me to see the election chief who took one look at my ccw and said it was perfectly valid. He said he was getting one for himself. My wife, who is a lib, was giving me the look so I decided to have a little fun.

I imagine that this is all the fun you’re going to get for the next couple of weeks.

I loudly stated the situation and finished with some lines about being denied the right to vote and the dems and voter i.d. I got an earful in the car.

89 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 3:22:04 PM byKingLudd
You’re lucky you didn’t end up on the ground handcuffed, with a couple thousand volts tickling your gear (not that you’ll be needing it for the next few weeks, anyway)
Well, enough of the polling place reports, back to the numbers!
Let’s jump forward to around 8:20 PM…
To: clintonh8r

Lets hope dem ballots got dropped in a puddle! GO COOCH!!!

On Drudge, 83% reporting


1,325 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:19:30 PM byViennacon

To: Art in Idaho

Interesting, the NYT is reporting also. Their numbers show more votes and less of a percentage.

Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II Rep. 848,330 46.8%
Terry McAuliffe Dem. 841,546 46.4

But only 85% reporting

1,401 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:25:37 PM bybillva
To: StarFan

From 12 points down to a nailbiter, yeah the Dems better be crapping their pants right now

1,405 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:25:59 PM bySarah Barracuda
Or what? You’ll crap them for me?
And then…

To: kabar

Fox just called it for the communists.

1,410 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:26:23 PM bycrusader71

Remind me – is FOX“the only source for unbiased news”, or“tools of the GOP-e” this week?

I keep losing track.

To: dictatorMA


1,415 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:26:40 PM byIChing


What could have happened here? Other than carsfull of fake ballots speeding down back roads, that is?

To: Round 9

30% of the residents of Fairfax County are foreign born. We are being overrun with legal immigrants, who vote two to one Dem.

1,463 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:32:09 PM bykabar
I knowed it!!

How long is the term for a Virginia Gov.?

Oh Virginia, it is a sad day. MacAuliffe will be a stain on your once proud history.

1,464 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:32:11 PM byyellowdoghunter (Welcome to Obamastan!)
And Cooch is a stain on your once-proud drawers.
Jesus fuck – he lost to McAuliffe???Really??
To: kabar

“30% of the residents of Fairfax County are foreign born. We are being overrun with legal immigrants, who vote two to one Dem.”

We have a winner! 20 years ago Annandale was an upper middle class suburb. Now it looks like the UN.

1,474 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:33:30 PM byGOPFlack
So now it looks like it’s populated by Diplomats in limousines?
Sounds like gentrification to me.
Something I find really amusing is the disbelief by Freeperati that it takes longer to count votes in heavily-populated areas than rural ones.
No, really. One Freeper with the handle “civilwarbrewing” (you can’t make this shit up) opined that the Dems were waiting to see how many real votes came in from red counties so they would know how many Dem votes to fabricate. He smells a rat!
I’m not kidding.
One Freeper tries to talk some sense into him:
To: CivilWarBrewing

A rat? Alright, people from the great state of Virginia-we need to get something straight. Let’s say you have a jar of 200 blue marbles and 1 red marbles, and I have a jar of 1000 blue marbles and 1200 red marbles…and we start counting at the same time. If we count at the same time, when you are finished counting, the total amount will be 290 blue and 111 red marbles. But at the end of the night, blue loses…and you look like you lost your marbles. I’m a conservative-don’t shoot the messenger, just educate yourselves!

1,485 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:35:17 PM byOperandi81
And now The Blame Game starts:
To: GeronL

“What isn’t a given is the RNC not backing a republican because he is a conservative.
and they will blame the TEA party and say the candidate was too extreme”

Yes they could have, but frankly Freedom Works and CFG were nowhere to be seen. Why????

They’ve finished squandering all the cash you were stupid enough to send them, and now have to borrow money to finance their fact-finding junkets to the Bahamas?

If they ever threw the kitchen sink into a general it should have ben(sic) behind Ken.

1,516 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:39:02 PM byGOPFlack
They’re pacing themselves.
To: parksstp
Not to be the wet blanket here, but there is no point even trying to spin this (how close it was etc) as a positive thing in any way.

Consider how much damage Obama has done, what a disaster Obamacare is, all the scandals, all the exposed lies. This is an off year with low turnout, both of which are supposed to favor our side. Yet we still lose.

The obamacare rollout alone should have made this an easy win for us. But we lost. This tells me that there really are that many hardcore, diehard Marxists in this country who cannot be prevailed upon to even consider an iota of common sense, and who despise freedom and America.

If, even after all this, we still cannot win, it bodes very ill for ’14, ’16 and beyond (if there is a beyond at all, that is.)


Goll-Damn. Its nearly enough to make me cut short my study of your species and return to my home planet.

1,530 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:41:20 PM byWyrd bið ful aræd (Gone Galt, 11/07/12—-No king but Christ! Don’t tread on me!)
Don’t you mean “G-d damn”?
I know the “thou shalt not mention the Holy Name” thing dates back to pre-Christianity, but most of the civilized world seems to have gotten over it.
And what exactly is the big fucking deal?
Don’t say the Magic Word out loud, or the omnicient. all-seeing creator will suddenly have His attention that was already on you drawn to you, and punish you for using His name?
Good thing you didn’t say “Voldemort”.
To: miserare


1,548 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:43:59 PM byIChing
I just had the floor scrubbed.
Of course, hope springs infernal:
To: mrs9x

This election is the high water mark of the socialist cloward-piven attempted coup. It really starts falling apart for them now. Mark my words. Even though this looks bad tonite they are finished.

1,550 posted on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 8:44:06 PM bycentral_va (I won’t be reconstructed and I do not give a damn.)
This is obviously good news for John McCain.
I’m outta here. Jude, about your “Today In History” Facebook posts…
And if anyone sees Kibitzer, tell his AWOL ass I want to see him in my office YESTERDAY!
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7 thoughts on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Teabagger Trauma edition

  1. azportsider says:

    “And Cooch is a stain on your once-proud drawers.”
    This is why I look forward to Monday mornings. Thank you once again, Tommy, for wading in the fever swamp I wouldn’t go near in a haz-mat suit.

  2. Jude says:

    What about “Today in History?” YOU GOT A PROBLEM WITH THAT, PAL?

  3. Tommy T says:

    Yeah – they’re too conservative-leaning.

  4. maplestreet says:

    Love your like to the story on “Freedom Works” (I intentionally put in air quotes). And this right next to someone advocating dropping dem votes in a puddle (that is, tampering with the vote).
    Also saw an article (can’t find it quickly) that the repubs are looking at Virginia as a reason why we need campaign finance reform. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

  5. MaryRC says:

    Those who were voting, seemed to be Republicans and Conservatives — well-groomed and cheerful people.
    Yes, if “well-groomed” describes the couple (husband and wife, I assume) in the pic last week — matching khaki manpris, matching XXL t-shirts and matching sneakers. The “well-groomed” Republican uniform. I don’t recall them looking very cheerful, though. Maybe because they had to go home with each other?

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