Skip to comments.This is just a drill: Thanks to John McCain, Free Republic will shut down tomorrow at high noon for
Posted on 03/23/2006 8:03:45 PM PST by Jim RobinsonEdited on 03/24/2006 11:31:56 AM PST by Jim Robinson. [history]
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Though, I fear, we are a few decades too late.
But we must do all we can do.
This better be a JOKE!
Old Marxist saying -- "The worse, the better." That is, it takes anguish to motivate people for revolution.
That explains why democrats continually try to wreck the economy and destroy the middle class through subversive cultural forces, in hopes that people will revolt against capitalism.
Well, those same communists did not anticipate that the ruination of our country could just as easily - by way of fact and truth - expose their own evil asses for judgement by the American people. As far as Hollywood, taxation, and sexual perversion go, indeed "the worse the better" ... for us.
Where have you been? The courts have ruled that document unconstitutional .
Darn, I tried to ping you Lori, and I spelled your name wrong. I was so frustrated, I couldn't think.
Guess I'll turn in my guns tomorrow. We're whipped.
LOL those jackasses would not know what to do if we all took over their site tomorrow...it would almost be worth it.
Not if McCain has his way.
P.S. Especially in schools!!
Good God this is real...?
LOL..... It was pretty hard to miss this one!
"Because now is the time for you to either do what you preach and walk the walk, or you hide like a coward and shutdown Free Republic.
I have my own plans in fixing this nation, I hope they will not include violence, but I don't need FR to do them."
That is just completely uncalled for.
Cool - 30 days...........GREAT.
That gives me plenty of time to finish getting seeds started, my berry bushes planted, my house sided and roofed........and be able to ignore the moonbats that permeate this site.
See ya April 23rd.....maybe.
Does anyone know if the McCainiphiles have a ping-list? That sorry crew needs to see this...
Drivel from an idiot is all.
From http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1602097/posts :
Traditional media organizations have come out in favor of increased regulation. "It is imperative," wrote the New York Times in an editorial, "that the courageous lawmakers who supported the McCain-Feingold reform law four years ago stand together against making the Internet a cornucopia of political corruption."
Rep. Mike Conaway, R-Texas, countered, "A better argument for the New York Times would be to tell America that they really want to end political conversation on the Internet to resurrect their power over political commentary."
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