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Happy Clinton Impeachment Day! 15th Anniversary; FReepers Led the Way
Thursday, December 19, 2013 | Kristinn

Posted on 12/19/2013 6:58:49 AM PST by kristinn

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bump!


101 posted on 12/20/2013 8:40:45 AM PST by trisham (Zen is not easy. It takes effort to attain nothingness. And then what do you have? Bupkis.)
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To: plain talk

The impeachment vote failed to convict on both counts.

The perjury charge failed with 45 senators (all Republican) voting “guilty” and 55 senators (45 Democrats and 10 Republicans) voting “not guilty”.

The obstruction of justice charge failed with 50 senators (all Republican) voting “guilty” and 50 senators (45 Democrats and 5 Republicans) voting “not guilty”. In both cases, a two-thirds majority of 67 senators would have been required for conviction.

The five Republican senators who voted against conviction on both charges were John Chafee of Rhode Island, Susan Collins of Maine, Jim Jeffords of Vermont, Olympia Snowe of Maine, and Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania. The additional five Republican senators who voted “not guilty” only on the perjury charge were Slade Gorton of Washington, Richard Shelby of Alabama, Ted Stevens of Alaska, Fred Thompson of Tennessee, and John Warner of Virginia.


102 posted on 12/20/2013 10:28:18 AM PST by Nero Germanicus
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To: sarasota

“One down and one to go.”

I’ll drink to that!


103 posted on 12/20/2013 12:42:40 PM PST by 2harddrive
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To: onyx

That is the Monica Lewinsky ‘lips firmy clenched shut’ look. The closed mouth that resulted in the blue dress mess. Poor Billy...


104 posted on 12/20/2013 12:49:09 PM PST by bobby.223 (Retired up in the snowy mountains of the American Redoubt and it's a GREAT life!)
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To: sarasota
how dare we doubt the veracity of the Minister of the People Bureau of Troof?



he thinks he's a big fish...but thats not exactly the truth!

time to get a move on!
105 posted on 12/20/2013 4:55:07 PM PST by MeshugeMikey ( Visit http://icantenroll.com/ In Glitch We Trust....;o})
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To: NFHale; BillyBoy; Impy; fieldmarshaldj; sickoflibs; AuH2ORepublican

“This, I have done. [Hale smiles here]”

Specter’s the very definition of “turd”.


106 posted on 12/20/2013 5:48:17 PM PST by GOPsterinMA (You're a very weird person, Yossarian.)
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To: BillyBoy; Impy; NFHale; fieldmarshaldj; sickoflibs; AuH2ORepublican

Yeah, King had me fooled into thinking he was a “good guy”.


107 posted on 12/20/2013 5:49:09 PM PST by GOPsterinMA (You're a very weird person, Yossarian.)
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To: Impy; NFHale; BillyBoy; fieldmarshaldj; sickoflibs; AuH2ORepublican

“Too bad doing the right thing only backfired on Republicans because the economy was good and the media was on Willie’s side 1000%.”

And I fear that will be enough to get PIAPS elected.


108 posted on 12/20/2013 5:51:39 PM PST by GOPsterinMA (You're a very weird person, Yossarian.)
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To: MeshugeMikey

Troop! LOL!!


109 posted on 12/21/2013 6:43:23 AM PST by sarasota
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To: sarasota
the all purpose barack obmama press conference



110 posted on 12/21/2013 6:59:19 AM PST by MeshugeMikey ( Visit http://icantenroll.com/ In Glitch We Trust....;o})
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To: GOPsterinMA; BillyBoy; Impy; fieldmarshaldj; sickoflibs; AuH2ORepublican

“...he very definition of “turd”....”

and worm food now... (just sayin’)


111 posted on 12/21/2013 7:54:31 AM PST by NFHale (The Second Amendment - By Any Means Necessary.)
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To: NFHale; BillyBoy; Impy; fieldmarshaldj; sickoflibs; AuH2ORepublican

“and worm food now... (just sayin’)”

Yes, you’re right.


112 posted on 12/21/2013 8:09:02 AM PST by GOPsterinMA (You're a very weird person, Yossarian.)
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To: NFHale; GOPsterinMA

I bet he gave the worms diarrhea.


113 posted on 12/21/2013 8:33:15 PM PST by Impy (RED=COMMUNIST, NOT REPUBLICAN)
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To: kristinn

Liberal Alec Baldwin of NBC News responded to Clinton’s Impeachment by wishing that Henry Hyde’s family be stoned and his children be killed


114 posted on 12/22/2013 6:48:36 AM PST by Rock Eye Jack
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To: Impy; NFHale

Dat nasty!!!


115 posted on 12/22/2013 7:12:34 AM PST by GOPsterinMA (You're a very weird person, Yossarian.)
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To: Impy; GOPsterinMA

RE Worms:

I think they took a bite, said “Ehh.. tastes like RINO ass...”
and went elsewhere.


116 posted on 12/22/2013 10:21:35 AM PST by NFHale (The Second Amendment - By Any Means Necessary.)
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To: BykrBayb

bkmk


117 posted on 12/22/2013 1:00:58 PM PST by AllAmericanGirl44 (Wishing all a very Merry Christmas)
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To: kristinn

If memory serves me rightly, didn’t he bomb Serbia either the same or the next day in order to get it off the front pages?


118 posted on 12/22/2013 4:07:56 PM PST by ReformationFan
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To: NFHale; Impy

Harsh, but hopefully true.


119 posted on 12/22/2013 6:04:11 PM PST by GOPsterinMA (You're a very weird person, Yossarian.)
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To: kristinn

Our work as FReepers is not done. Obama threatens America worse than Clinton ever did. Obama has to impeached and removed....very soon.


120 posted on 12/23/2013 2:42:48 AM PST by Rapscallion (Had enough? Let me know.)
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To: kristinn; onyx; Jim Robinson; Arrowhead1952; AmericanInTokyo; TigerLikesRooster
Thank you, Kristinn, for reminding us of the role of Free Republic in getting Bill Clinton impeached.

And thank you also to other “old time” Freepers such as Arrowhead1952 who prevented 60 Minutes from destroying George Bush.

Free Republic changed the course of history at least twice, and has never gotten the credit it deserves for doing so.

As I'm reading current news of the ongoing nightmare in North Korea, and also reading the history of Prussian politics in the late 1800s under Bismarck, I am reminded of how often we take for granted our freedom in America to criticize our government.

Really, really bad things happen when organizations like Free Republic do not exist to remind people in power that their power depends on the consent of the people.

Let us never forget that.

121 posted on 12/23/2013 10:45:31 PM PST by darrellmaurina
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To: darrellmaurina
And while we are at it, FREE BUCKHEAD!!! Eagles up!!
122 posted on 12/23/2013 10:51:58 PM PST by AmericanInTokyo
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To: kristinn
Taken from an old thread: not sure who wrote it:

THIS is the History of Free Republic:




I remember the Good Old Days of Free Republic. It was the 1970's. You should have been on Free Republic back in the 1970's. It was all different back then. "Clinton's a liar" was named "Kennedy's a perv". Michael Rivero was posting a series debunking the moon landing hoax, and showing how Apollo 13 was likely crippled by a Soviet missile, not some 'center fuel tank' explosion. Fred25 and _Jim were urging the intiation of a brand-new great idea, the War on Drugs. "Senator Pardek" was only "Senator Pardeks Assistant"

People were criticizing President Jack ("Billy Blythe")Kennedy for shagging interns on the Presidential Seal and lying about it to his wife.

The new party called the Libertarians had been formed. The Libertarian Party 'brigadiers' were popping up all over the forum, and they were convinced their spoiler candidates would someday rule. Of course, they were wrong.

Jim Robinson had just put together the first conservative Mainframe computer. People would log in and post messages with punch cards and paper tape. For a while people were talking about whether a Fidel Castro should be removed from Cuba to be reunited with his father. Many people were lining up on either side of the issue. The big controversy on FR back then was whether marijuana should be outlawed. If pot was outlawed, by golly, only outlaws would have reefer!





I was around in 1946, and Free Republic was much better then. Jim Robinson had just purchased his shortwave radio he called "Free Republic".

At that time, we were all debating the Berlin Airdrop and the Marshall Plan. Everybody was upset about the recently deceased Franklin (Billy Blythe) Roosevelt, and thought the Marshall Plan was 'just another welfare handout to those useless furriners'. There was a third party, the Alf Landon Sunflower Chain Club party, or "Brigadiers" as we liked to call them, that mocked the mainstream candidates.

A+Bert, who at the time was only B-Bert, was very upset about the founding of Israel, and called anyone who supported it an Israeli Scum, son of a dog. At the time, we were helping out a nice young fellow named Fidel Castro get reunited with his father in Cuba. The newspapers made quite a fuss over it. We all grew bored.

The year before, a U.S. Army bomber B-25 crashed into Empire State Building. 13 died. Michael Rivero never bought the conclusion that the reason the aircraft crashed into the building was that the center fuel tank was empty. We all laughed at him and called him a conspiracy kook. But he was hot on the tail of another conspiracy; he said it was the Japanese that bombed Pearl Harbor! The Federal government was telling us at the time that Pearl Harbor's center fuel tank had spontaneously exploded. Meanwhile, Fred25 was advocating that we turn our mighty war machine from fighting Nazism to fighting marijuana smokers.





I remember Free Republic back in the late 1930's. It was much better then. Jim Robinson had just purchased his radio, and we would all key messages to one another in morse code. At that time, we were all debating the Second World War: Was it necessary to enter the war? Was Hitler a friend of Jews or not? Could we count on our friends, the Japanese, to help us?

Michael Rivero was asserting that the Hindenburg was brought down by terrorists, not by some 'center fuel tank' explosion. We all laughed and called him a conspiracy kook. Fred25 was arguing that we should go back to Prohibition, because we were right on the verge of winning.

At that time, we were all debating whether or not we should send a young man named Batista back to Cuba. People were lining up on both sides of the argument.





I tell ya, you should have been on Free Republic back in 1918. It was different back then. Sinkspur was only "Sink," not having yet earned his spurs. Michael Rivero was concerned mainly about the hypothetical explosion of the Titanic's center fuel tank, which was what sent it to the bottom, not some dang friggin' "ice-berg." Ancient_Geezer was simply Geezer. People were criticizing President Woodrow "Billy Blythe" Wilson, and hoping like hell that he didn't run for a third term (no 22nd Amendment yet). The "Bull Moose" Party 'brigadiers' occasionally surfaced, and dished out, well, a lot of Bull. For a while people were talking about whether a youngster with the last name of "Castro" ought to be returned to Cuba - people were lining up on both sides of the issue. And some were hoping that Prescott "P-Scott" Bush would run for President.

Jim Robinson had just invented the Free Republic system, which was a telephone switching system where people could call one another and chat about news of the day. The big controversy on FR back then, I tell ya, was whether booze should be outlawed. If booze was outlawed, by golly, only outlaws would have booze! And FR back then had a lot of these danged 'pro-prohibitionists' infiltrating.

We were all debating this new passing fad called Communism, which Russia had recently tried. We knew it would never last even 2 years. The Great War had ended, and we all knew that this war would make all future warfare obsolete. Michael Rivero told us that this would not be happening, and war would be in our future. We all laughed and called him a conspiracy kook.




See, people think Free Republic is cool now, but it was REALLY neat in the late 1700's! Free Republic was much better then, I thought. Jim Robinson had just purchased his moveable-type printing press, and we would all stand around awaiting our turn to print our message out. Then we would physically walk it over to a big bulletin board and pin in up. In order to keep track of which message went to which response, a piece of thread was used. That is how the term THREAD was born. Once in a while someone would get so mad at a persons message, they would set it afire. That is how the term FLAME was born. People who did not want to post messages would lurk in the shadows of the room, hoping to remain unnoticed. That is how the term LURKER was born.

At that time, we were all debating the first continental congress and whether we should be a Monarchy or a Republic. The Second Amendment was a very hotly debated topic. We wanted future generations to know we were protecting the right of INDIVIDUAL CITIZENS to keep and bear the arms of their choosing, so in order that there be no confusion as to our intention, we appended the phrase "A well-regulated militia being necessary to a free society,". We believed this phrase would completely strip any ambiguity out of the Second Amendment once and for all.

George "Dubya" Washington was destined to be our first president, but we were still all very upset about King (Billy Blythe) George III. It appears he was embroiled deep in corruption and sexual deviancy.

At the time, we were sending the very first Cuban citizen back to Cuba and the newspapers made quite a fuss over it. We all grew bored.

When the New Amsterdam armory had the explosive accident, lots of conspiracy theories were were circulated. The most reasonable explanation was that the Center Gunpowder Keg simply spontaneously exploded. Although there were 180+ witnesses that saw a flaming arrow arc into the barrel, authorities quickly discounted this improbable theory.





Free Republic WAS good in the 1700's, but I feel it really hit it's stride in the late 1400's. There was eager anticipation of the printing press in the early 1400's and great joy when Jim Robinson invented it, as that substantially increased the "baud" rate, known back then as the "bod" rate, which was the rate at which the FR monks could scribe FR messages. Jim set up his Free Republic printing room: When people would come over to the printing press room, they would need to toss a log into the fire to contribute to keeping the printing room warm. When someone did that, they were given a name and a password. Then someone would shout "Log In!". This is where the term LOGIN came from.

Many FReepers back then were greaty upset with the rule of King Richard "Billy Blythe" the Third, and were hoping that Henry "Dubya" Tudor would become King.

There was a lot of discussion about sending this guy named "Columbus" over to Cuba, but not many people knew where Cuba was back then anyway. I guess the education system had dumbed everybody down.

There were, of course, the ever-present debates over the old Magna Carta. Libral trash would occasionally get a monk to scribe some drivel about the Magna Carta being a "living document." The dispute over creation versus evolution was kind of boring, since there weren't any evolutionists. And there were debates about the damn War of the Roses, also known as the War Between Lancaster and York. Or the War of Lancaster Aggression. Yep, them was the days....

Of course, we sure had our share of disruptors! Only a few tens of years later, in the 1500's this dude with the screen name of Martin Luther was banned from FR after posting up to 95 "Theses" on the site all at once. JimRob pulled his posting privileges. But, he damn near crashed the system permanently. It got so bad that finally a couple of centuries later a FReeper named Swift had to invent the word "yahoo" so that eventually FR would have a backup site!





Ah yes. The good old days of Free Republicus in the year 0. Jimus Robinsonus had just developed this new thing called Pappyrus. He said with it, we could have a great time discussing the issues of the day. Those who Carved Stone Tablets sued him, if I am not mistaken. They sued him because of copying errors when he copied the issues onto the paper. They wanted him to copy the issues right, and they thought it was a violation that he made mistakes. That is where the term COPYRIGHT VIOLATION came into being.

Of course, there was a big problem with the Y-Zero-K problem. Jethrus_Tullus was the first to warn us of this problem. The Roman Numeral System was not Y-Zero-K compliant! All the Numerology experts were called out to come up with solutions to this problem. Nobody even knew why it was the year 0, but everyone panicked, stored up food and lamp oil, and the Roman Army was mobilized -- just in case.

I remember the time with great nostalgia. We were trying to overthrow Marcus (Billy Blythe) Antony because he was caught fooling around with that portly pepperpot Cleopatra. While the vote made it all the way to the Senate, the fellow Orinus Hatchus said that if he got his Republicus friends to vote for throwing peaches at him (IMPEACHMENT), his butcher would not give him his weekly free capon. He would be out a chicken. That is where the term CHICKEN OUT came from.

Remember Alburtus Gorus? Remember his stone carving, Earth Balanced on Atlases Shoulders? Remember how he said in this carving, that the biggest threat to mankind was the Chariot? What an idiotus maximus. A+Bert, who at that time, was F-Bert, heard that Moses was leading Jews in the desert, and since they were close to what would become Israel, he became very agitated, yelling "No Jews in Israel!". Also, Senator Pardek was first a Senator in this time, at the Roman Senate.

I also remember how Janetus Renus surrounded that Library Compound at Alexandria, where all those dangerous books were stored. I think she ended up burning 83+ people to death inside, just to get some tax money owed on the books. She was drunk most of the time and fell into the aquaduct tank. That is where the term TANKED came from. I guess they invented a weapon, later, with a similar name. Michaelus Riverus was the first to warn us all that it was not the central oil tank that exploded spontaneously, but that Renus might be culpable.

Then there was the big debate we had about Sword Control. Lots of left-wingers felt that only the Roman Army should have swords; we felt differently. The leftys were always complaining about Saturdus Nightus Speciali easily-concealable daggers, and also were all upset about the long-length Assault Swords, highpower weapins accurate to at least 4 feet!

Finally, the BIG DEBATE OF THE DAY! The conspiracy that killed Jesus! Janutus Renus worked closely with Pontius Pilate to sentence Jesus to death, and STILL no one called for anyone to throw peaches at her! Michael Rivero pursued this conspiracy doggedly, claiming the whole thing was really due to an explosion in a center fuel tank. It was a sad time, but one of great rejoicing among Christians every Easter.





The very first FReepers were the people who posted their "messages" as cave drawings. And, the big debate back then WAS creation versus evolution. The Cro-Magnons said that they were the ones who were created to be mankind. The Neanderthals disputed that, and said, "are we not men?" The debate raged on FR for thousands of years, mainly with links to old FR threads in long-abandoned caves. Incredibly, back then the system had NO TEXT, only graphics! From time to time that necessitated finding a new "hard wall" in another cave to store the messages for the discussion to proceed.

*sigh* And I remember it so well, like it was yesterday. THOSE were the good old days. The graphics were spectacular. I remember how we tried to overthrow Og (Billy Blythe) Rugtuk, when we found he had sex with a woman who wore a dress. No one really understood what a dress was, so we hurled rotten peaches at him. That is how the term IMPEACH came about. We hoped that the fellow named Ug (Dubya) Bugluh would take over in our tribe.

Remember the big debate we had about fire? Remember the big vote we had? If you wanted fire banned -- except in the hands of the government -- you would throw the left-side wing of a chicken into the pot. If you wanted fire to be available to the rest of us, you would throw the right-side wing of a chicken into that pot. That is were the terms RIGHT-WING and LEFT-WING came into being.

I remember the big conspiracy theories that would develop about the extinction of the dinosaur. Michael Rivero insisted it was a plot by people who were sick of repairing buildings destroyed by these dinosaurs. He called them Masons, and spoke endlessly of the Masonic Conspiracy.

Also, lots of kooks were talking about Global Cooling all the time. They said we should really start burning more wood to release more carbon into the air. What nuts.

Jim Robinson had just invented this new thing called Paint. He said, with it, we could write messages on these walls and have a great time debating matters of the day. 50,000 years later, I guess I agree!

123 posted on 12/24/2013 5:50:08 PM PST by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis
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To: kristinn

Even with the 1998-1999 proceedings, most of the American people still could not understand the meaning of the word “impeachment” and still can’t.


124 posted on 12/28/2013 7:27:14 AM PST by Theodore R.
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To: GOPsterinMA

The Republicans did not do the right thing: remember the crude tongue-lashing that Chester Trent Lott, Jr., gave to the late Henry Hyde when the articles of impeachment were sent over. Trent wouldn’t let a full hearing proceed. Later Trent goes into business with liberal Sen. John Breaux.


125 posted on 12/28/2013 7:29:37 AM PST by Theodore R.
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To: Nero Germanicus

See ol’ Fred Thompson was already straying long before he decided to “run” for President. He wasn’t that generous with Nixon’s foolish Watergate caper, was he?


126 posted on 12/28/2013 7:31:43 AM PST by Theodore R.
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To: lee martell

Your post is why I will have to sit out the 2014 general election for U.S. Senator in TX. I will though vote in the primary, but I am under no illusion at all that TX Republicans would give Cornball his walking papers.


127 posted on 12/28/2013 7:33:10 AM PST by Theodore R.
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To: NFHale
Nothing is impossible to a willing mind and a brave heart.

But then we have the American people who truly believe in a government "solution" to all imagined problems.

128 posted on 12/28/2013 7:36:02 AM PST by Theodore R.
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To: cornelis

McC and Cornyn are truly synonyms.


129 posted on 12/28/2013 7:41:17 AM PST by Theodore R.
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To: Theodore R.

Yeah, but Fred was not alone. For example, Susan Margaret Collins gets sent back to the Senate every six years since 1997 by the voters in Maine despite the fact that she votes with the Democrats 49% of the time, as she did on both articles of impeachment for Bubba Clinton.


130 posted on 12/28/2013 9:57:10 AM PST by Nero Germanicus
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To: Theodore R.

“..the American people who truly believe in a government “solution” to all imagined problems....”

Then they’re not really Americans, are they...


131 posted on 12/28/2013 10:21:53 AM PST by NFHale (The Second Amendment - By Any Means Necessary.)
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To: kristinn; MinuteGal; gonzo; flaglady47; Seeking the truth; M Kehoe

Thanks for the memories......those were the days, my friend.

BTW do you recall the House Managers Tribute Dinner at the DC Omni Hotel? I remember Tom DeLay’s speech in which he said that it was thanks to Freepers that Clinton got impeached.


132 posted on 12/28/2013 10:49:23 PM PST by JulieRNR21
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To: JulieRNR21; gonzo; Bob Ireland; Peter W. Kessler; M Kehoe; kristinn; mcmuffin; The Right Stuff; ...
"Those were the days my friends...."

Ah, yes, I remember them well...the Marches, the rallies, the street corners....the causes, the personalities....then the jubilant "Count the Silverware Inaugural Ball".

Not to mention the Florida FR Navy, Air Force and the fearsome Florida Amazon Brigade, lol.

Great memories for me, a proud member of the great FR class of '98.

Leni

133 posted on 12/29/2013 5:30:33 AM PST by MinuteGal
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To: MinuteGal

Hi Leni!..

Happy New Year!!!


134 posted on 12/29/2013 7:37:41 AM PST by ken5050 (This space available cheap...)
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To: MinuteGal; Jim Robinson; JulieRNR21; gonzo; Bob Ireland; Peter W. Kessler; M Kehoe; kristinn; ...
My favorite chant of ALL time...
“Bill Clinton! We have you surrounded. Drop the cigar, step away from the intern and come out with your pants up”

Happy New Year FReepers!

Many fond memories of Florida FReeps.
My first was welcoming Bubba to Orlando to campaign for Buddy McKay in Sept. '98. It was there I first met Gene-Seeking The Truth- MacDonald.

Florida FReeps too numerous to recount here. Oh yes, the recount FReeps from the 2000 elections. WOW!

Like I said earlier...

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

p.s. HAPPY BIRTHDAY GONZO!! (only two weeks late!)

(FloRida FReep of Bubba AND Gore at the Florida democratic State convention-Clinton1 year anniv. impeachment celebration! Dec.,'99.)

135 posted on 12/29/2013 9:19:44 AM PST by mcmuffin (Freedom's On The March - Wave Goodbye!)
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To: mcmuffin

December ‘99.......I remember that so well!
I was late to the Freep so I’m not in that picture.........but oh my goodness I remember meeting Gonzo.....and you Mcmuffin......and so many others!!!!!
I could hardly speak I was in such awe!

I considered you all celebrities......rock stars LOL

Thanks for the memories....HAPPY NEW YEAR....(whatever it brings)


136 posted on 12/29/2013 11:09:12 AM PST by Guenevere
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To: kristinn

The only way to Impeach B. Hussein Obama is to replace John “Benghazi Coverup” Boehner with Curt Gowdy as Speaker of the House.


137 posted on 12/29/2013 8:39:12 PM PST by Graewoulf (Democrats' Obamacare Socialist Health Insur. Tax violates U.S. Constitution AND Anti-Trust Law.)
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To: mcmuffin; gonzo; Peter W. Kessler; Matchett-PI
Hey, weren't all of those people just recently let out of the prison at Stark?

;^)

5.56mm

138 posted on 12/30/2013 5:25:17 AM PST by M Kehoe
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To: kristinn
Those were the good old days!

I loved Rejoice's speeches.

Rejoice was an elderly Black conservative woman from Sheila-Jackson-Lee's district in Houston.

She called black preachers "pimps for the Democrat Party."

139 posted on 12/31/2013 1:43:06 PM PST by lonestar (It takes a village of idiots to elect a village idiot.)
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To: rpierce; Ben Hecks

Either of you go in on the banner “Impeach Clinton” flown at the Superbowl?

Those were certainly Golden Days for FreeRepublic! I had a blast doing that.

I still wish I had registered on my first day here and that I hadn’t changed my ID. Hard to believe it has been that long ago


140 posted on 01/05/2014 4:34:34 PM PST by Bartholomew Roberts
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To: Bartholomew Roberts

I remember that but, for some reason, I was busy and didn’t get in on it. Yes, those were times when we had an impact on events and had faith that our system of government would prevent the abuses that we now see running rampant. At that time, I could not imagine that a rogue element could subvert our Constitution and transform our nation into a socialist state.


141 posted on 01/05/2014 9:08:09 PM PST by Ben Hecks
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