Skip to comments.Obama Picketed in Miami (WILL MAKE YOUR BLOOD BOIL!)FReep this Digg!!!
Posted on 11/03/2008 8:23:15 PM PST by GodGunsGuts
...More specifically, they protested some of Obama's top advisors: Gregory Craig...and Erich Holder...Both of these gentlemen had key roles in legally perfuming the shanghaiing of Elian Gonzalez. At the time, Craig served as lawyer for Elain's father, (i.e Fidel Castro), and Holder served as Deputy Attorney General under Janet Reno...
FReep this Digg!!!
(Excerpt) Read more at digg.com ...
If you wont post any content why are you posting this crap? Youre garbage is worse than a vanity!
Can we please stop with the diggs already?
One more day, and things should die down.
Did you even bother reading the Townhall article? Do you realize that Obama’s top advisors acted as agents of Communist Cuba. Can you read?
I agree...no more diggs.
This is basically like online polling....useless
I had thought I had reached my limit about how pissed off I could get at the notion of an ObamaNation...and then I read that. No it’s personal!
Just for you, Plugs dugg it! #18!
Thanks for your continued efforts, GGG. We’re almost finished. Let’s FReep the crap out of the Diggers!
Onward FReeping Soldiers!
It seems to me this is one of the reasons the left owns the media and academia... we won’t be bothered to let others know our outrage.
Yeah, we can all read, pal. The problem with the postings is that we need to wade (not DIGG) through the crap to get to them. Pain in the @ss posts....can YOU read that?
As you can see by most of the comments your “Digg” crap has worn out it’s welcome. Do you digg?
Let’s hope that is about to change. The conservative movement has been beaten down pretty bad (mostly from within). But as the ancient Jewish proverb says, “A man must descent very low before he finds the power to rise again.” And rise we will!
Pardon me if you already know this and are both informed and annoyed, but if not, and for others...
“dugg” is the same thing as a “bump” except it also conveys that the article was “dugg” by me when I went to the Digg site and clicked after logging in initially to Digg.
“Digg” exposes influential articles FAR more to the general public reading articles through the Digg site. It also sets an example for others to occasionally type that. I do not do it all the time.
You are going to see it more, especially right now when FR is experimenting with it as a method for increasing exposure.
We probably should have been doing it a long time ago. Annoying to have to but we are in a war right now.
In this case, Florida is important, and Cuba stealing a free child from here while the clintonistas/new obamians were in charge might remind some folks there that smart Americans don’t vote for democrats.
I also commented.
My problem is that the article isn’t posted HERE, where it’s convenient to read. How about a bit of courtesy to post the article if you’re going to make a thread about it and allow THE VIEWER the OPTION to Digg it themselves? Just my opinion, but I think it’s getting obnoxious.
You know, there are some of us who are still on dial up and if we knew some of the content we’d know whether to invest our time on the utubes and the diggs.
This used to be a site where there was some intelligent conversation and insights.
No content, no source link, just a title and a plea with a link to Digg it.
Well, now that it's been posted, any subsequent attempts to post the same article will show in a search that it's already been posted.
But it really hasn't been posted on FR has it?
The only thing posted on FR is a dumb ass link to Digg it.
Any historical record on FR is lost.
Old timer? Glad you’re learning some new tricks.
I expect that the bad guys will be coming here in droves protesting the DIGG activities. They hate it because FR is moving in on their turf.
Go to DIGG.com and learn more before you criticize out of ignorance.
I agree with you.
I’m not about to click on links when there’s nothing of substance giving a hint where it’ll lead.
Don’t worry, the Diggs will die down after the election. And if internet activism via Digg, Buzz, Reddit, etc grows, I’m sure Jim and John will figure something out so these posts don’t get in your way. In the meantime, the FReep the Vote campaign has been mostly well received, and it gives FReepers who may not be able to walk or make calls a way to get the word out about ObamaNation. If these posts present a problem for your dialup, just ignore them.
Newbie...I’ll critize anyone and anything I want. The Digg crap isn’t anything more than a pissing contest with the moron over at DU. The postings are a waste of bandwidth and it does cost FR money.
I read the article @ Townhall like most people. I’m not getting paid like you to keep posting the “Digg” crap.
I hope Sarah Palin can compile a list of all Obamas pals, and help us rednecks make the connection before it's too late. PA, FL, OH.
Then simply do not read it. I found it VERY informative, and have now shared the story with the people I’ve been palling around with. Rednecks mostly, and few Harvard grads.
It took literally three clicks to read the article:
Media outlets are preparing for the possibility that their Election Day surveys could be skewed because of overstated support for Barack Obama, largely because of the enthusiasm of his supporters.
. . . etc. . . .
I AGREE that a record of articles fully “cached” in FR is nice (mainly because I don’t trust that they will be maintained at the link), but a lot can’t be posted anyway, and this DIGG thing is an attempt to rapidly bump a lot of article up on one place for a more general public.
If I post any articles with a Digg Link, I myself will try to post as much of the article as is allowed with a direct link and and provide the DIGG link separately.
The way the poster did it however is not the end of the world, and people will soon find the optimal ways to deal with it.
So if the actual annoyance is that some of the article should be posted, then in complaining to the poster (not me), you ought to say: “please post as much of the article as is allowed” ... instead of commenting “stop this digg thing” to someone else.
It's pronounced enough I asked myself if it was Barack, or was it Michelle.
Do they send this girl out to trees on the lawn to cut switches?
All America wants (and needs) to know.
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