Skip to comments.Let's put this to bed. We have bigger fish to fry.
Posted on 04/27/2012 4:56:50 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Everyone please send whatever you are able to, whether it is $10, $100 or $1,000+. The DUmmies, Morons, Kos Kiddies and that crew are laughing up their sleeves. Jim may have to make this site members only or allow ads. Better for us to just help with what we can. Maybe you can donate as a memorial for a lost loved one, a servicemember who never made it home or was disabled defending our country. Perhaps you'd like to give to keep free discussion alive and to show them that we're not knuckling under. I'm sure a well thought out or prayerful meditation will lead you to see the need and how you can help. If every registered FReeper and our lurkers would each just help out with a fin or a sawbuck, or better yet a Ben Franklin, we could put this to bed and get on with the conservative cause.
Yeah, you did.
I keep forgetting how bad Perry is compared to the Massachusetts “severe conservative” we have been given.
To all of the Palinbots that put Perry out of the race. You write in Palin and I’ll write in Perry.
When Obama wins you will still be Palinbots and I’ll still be a Texan.
THX for your kind reply.
It is. I saved each page as a PDF file screenshot in case it gets deleted. I want to go back and read it all when it’s finally done and see who’s siding with who.
i DON’T happen to buy into the group-think convention
that it’s a harsh font.
Ketchup goes on burgers, along with mustard, dill pickles. Those are a must. Lettuce, onion, tomato cheese optional. Mayonnaise does not ever go on a hamburger. Wendy’s needs to take notice of that.
Ketchup is good on fires but even better is ketchup and mustard mixed. For a change of pace, vinegar is just as good.
Wow. Anything else? Your budgetary management skills could really be useful in trimming government waste in a hundred departments. Hope you get the opportunities to use them for the good of us all.
But in 1792, Paine’s quote was a justification for mass murder. He was saying lets murder all we deem enemies of the French Revolution. A call for the Reign of Terror. As for Adams, bad example. Adams was a one termer whose party quickly faded into oblivion. He also despised Paine by the way.
Even after studying globalism since 1965
and even after about 1964 realizing that JFK was corruptly put in office with rigged voting . . . I instinctively knew the the whole system was rigged top to bottom. Yet, I pretended it was otherwise for a long time thereafter.
And even now, it has taken OThuga for it to sink into me how thoroughly and pervasively true that has been for a very long time.
And I’m the one who’s studied these blokes for 45+ years:
If it has taken me that long plus OThuga for me to face up to the facts I’ve had an accurate hunch about since 1964 . . . I can understand how folks who haven’t studied globalism at all are still so clueless and stlil believe the MARXIST STREAM MEDIA soooooo thoroughly about
“political ‘realities’ “
AS one of the globalists at the above list of quotes said:
105.”In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, it was planned that way”. Teddy Roosevelt
Many FREEPERS refuse to believe the truth about that.
They seem incapable of facing the truth and still maintaining . . . either their functioning or sanity or something.
Got any examples??
You still have faith in the system... you still think that there is hope and a place for Conservatism in the gop... but I no longer have a spark of that left in me. I know how these people despise me and those like me... I know that they do not want us involved in any way other than to buy into their fantasy and donate as much as they can scam from us and then march us down to the voting booth like cattle.
Reagan didn't believe in this crap... he preached against it. You go and read his 1975 CPAC speech and read it with an open mind. romney does not fit into his vision in any manner... as a matter of fact... mitt declared that he was never part of the Reagan Revolution and that he never supported him.
I truly appreciate the debate and your kind civility.
INDEED. Well put.
I bought the charade that Perot was an unconventional anti-establishment maverick.
He turned out to be as much a globalist stooge as anyone.
Exactly. McLynnan gives a smug smile......
So do I but I like just a slight amount of onion, just a little and pickle relish too on my hot dogs. The hot dogs must be Kahn’s, Boars Head or Kosher National. I don’t want any funky body parts in it. :P
Not really, because some like a little more mustard, maybe a little more ketchup, so then they would have to have different ones. Too complicated and too expensive.
God Bless Texas!
In other words, you keep bumping up against conservative freepers that share the same conservative views as Jim Robinson does.
In my experience, looking at some of the anti-Palin, pro-Romney types reveals a posting history with Giuliani and Romney in the past, along with softly spoken pro-abortion, pro-homosexual agenda, anti-Christian, even anti-gun political views, I can see how those types would feel that they are constantly under siege from all these freerepublic right-wingers, or as you say it "The rebellion is against those here who clothe themselves in your position and villify any freeper who sees a different path to saving the country."
But I think that it is just that most freepers are honestly and independently conservative and disagree with those liberals, not that they are 'clothing' themselves in JR's position just to be mean to a bunch of romneybots and mockingly hostile, social lefties.