Morning, everyone! The fall Freepathon is finally over, and just in time for the January Freepathon! I can hardly wait.
Anyway, just when you think that Ferguson is so over, the Freeperati come to the rescue :
Have you seen this video? Michael Brown Criminally Assaults and Robs an Old Man
Posted on 12/11/2014 12:15:20 PM by big bad easter bunny
Michael Brown Criminally Assaults and Robs an Old Man
Yes. You already said that.
To: Red Badger
To: big bad easter bunny
To: big bad easter bunnyF’n ANIMALS.It was only a matter of time bfore someone put this rabid animal down.
To: big bad easter bunny
Yeah that is not him. Not that it matters but it makes us look stupid,
like with the Trayvon picture that wasn’t him. The video is a must see however as it shows how feral some of these places can be. And yet, they are in danger from the police. Ha.
To: big bad easter bunny
To: big bad easter bunny
Let’s go back a couple of months for a golden oldie – Strawman Poll!
Cruz clinches Value Voters straw poll again
The Hill’s Ballot Box ^ | September 27, 2014 | Julian Hattem
Posted on 9/27/2014 2:56:44 PM by 2ndDivisionVet
Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz won the Value Voters Summit presidential straw poll on Saturday.
The crowd burst onto applause on Saturday, as Family Research Council President Tony Perkins announced that Cruz won 25 percent of votes at the annual Washington conference.
The victory is a big victory to the Republican firebrand and Tea Party icon, coming just a day after he drew standing ovations with a religious and emotional speech that blasted ObamaCare, congressional Democrats and called for Republicans to take over the White House in 2016.
Cruz also won the straw poll in 2013.
Coming in second was neurosurgeon Ben Carson, a political novice who has a large following in conservative circles but said earlier this week that there is a “strong” likelihood that he would run for president. He won 20 percent of the votes.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) came in third, with 12 percent of the vote.
As a signal of Carson’s popularity at the summit, the former Johns Hopkins University neurosurgeon came in first in the polling for vice president, winning 22 percent of the votes.
Cruz was the runner up in that contest, with 14 percent. Third was Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) — who earned surprising admiration in his Friday evening address, despite his low showing in recent polls of potential 2016 contenders — with 11 percent of the vote.
The annual Washington summit is considered a right of passage for prospective Republican presidential candidates, and served as an opportunity for aspirants to make some of their most direct pitches to social conservatives before announcing their ambitions next year.
The notable absence from the winners’ list of Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) — another senator who is considered to be strongly eyeing a presidential run — is a sign of pervasive skepticism from the religious right.
Paul’s libertarian leanings have won him supporters among the young and tech-savvy, but he has yet to make inroads among Christian conservatives. The poor showing comes despite his attempts on Friday to appeal to the summit’s religious leanings.
The summit also asks participants which issues they care about most deeply.
“Protecting religious liberty” easily won that contest with 39 percent of the vote, followed by abortion and “protecting natural marriage.”
*********************We need to get behind someone NOW, not two years from now.
Cruz is solid. Probably the only one out there besides Palin that I have any genuine trust in. They both remind me of America as it used to be,
and of Americans as they used to be.
Firm and resolute in their beliefs. Unwilling to be cowed by the endless array of degenerate cultural pressures, from media attacks to PC orthodoxy to Party machinery.
So – Booze Cruz has won the Valuable Voters straw poll – what does this say about his chances?
- 2009: Mike Huckabee, 28%
- 2010: Mike Pence, 24%;
- 2011: Ron Paul, 37%
- 2012: no poll as Mittens already had the nomination wrapped up
Charlie Crist Violates Debate Rules, Forces Debate Delay
In violation of debate rules agreed to by both political campaigns, the ideologically-fluid Charlie Crist had his podium modified with a foreign object in order to keep him more comfortable at the beginning of the Florida gubernatorial debate, causing a delay until both sides could come to a resolution.
The Scott campaign eventually acquiesced to Crist’s “request” that the debate rules be changed in order for Crist’s comfort. The Crist campaign, for their part, maintains that they always requested a modification to the rules – but it’s a modification clearly unseen and not agreed to by the Scott campaign.
Inquiring Freeps want to know:
OK, I watched the video. It was a “fan” under Crist’s podium. I think it hurt Gov. Scott by him refusing to come on stage. I loathe Charlie Crist, but, that was very petty of Scott.
Scott needs to turn the ridicule on Crist before it’s too late.
Tweets like Crist couldn’t operate without “His fan” at his feet. Or
Crist’s campaign has finally found an issue he’ll fight for, a fan at his feet aiming at, well enough said.
Fight back dammit!
To: GIdget2004; AllToo little too late. The Debate is over and Scott really screwed the pooch. He acted like a 6th Grader. He should have gotten his a** out on the stage and found a way to make points off of the incident. “I gave in to Gov. Crist’s demand for a fan, even though it breaks the Rules of the Debate. It’s not worth Floridians not getting to know where we both stand on the issues. And, it’s not worth Gov. Crist’s tan melting right here in front of you.” But, no, he blew it instead. Hey………….that’s it……..
The Scott campaign can start the “rumor” that Crist carries a fan with him everywhere he goes (which is true) because “sweating” makes his tan “splotchy”. Hell go for it! That will turn-off a lot of good, ol’, boys who work construction and manual labor, who might be thinking of voting for Crist.
Undercover cops outed, attacked at Oakland protest
An undercover law enforcement officer from an outside agency who was attempting to infiltrate a demonstration against police brutality in Oakland pulled a gun on the protesters after he and his partner were outed and the partner was attacked.
The undercover work — captured by a freelance photographer working for The Chronicle — raised questions about tactics employed by police and protesters as authorities seek to get a handle on rallies that have flooded the streets of Oakland, Berkeley and San Francisco, at times shutting down freeways and devolving into vandalism and looting.
So – will the TNWAFI contingent or the jackbooted thugs arrive on this thread first? Place your bets, ladies and gentlemen!
Is there some reason we can’t go back to Police Dogs and Water Cannons to tamp these m*therf*ckers DOWN?
Oh, the IRONY! These pukes CALL for and VOTE for MORE GOVERNMENT, then they turn ugly when they GET more Government!
It looks like he was “really serious” with the gangsta side aiming technique. For that alone, he should be fired.To: rktmanIt looks like he was “really serious” with the gangsta side aiming technique.That was the first thing I noticed. The neat, clean, and tidy clothing with regulation hair was the second thing. He’s trying to think gangsta but failing at anything beyond his sideways aim.